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ADMINISTRATION OFFICES • DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

2021 Fall Program Guide

ADMINISTRATION

3131 “O” Street, Suite 300
Lincoln, NE 68510
p (402) 441-7847
f (402) 441-9249
parks@lincoln.ne.gov
parks.lincoln.ne.gov

HOURS:
M-F

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

LINCOLN CITY GOLF

Mailing Address:
3131 “O” Street, Suite 300
Lincoln, NE 68510
p 402 441-3862
golf@lincoln.ne.gov
lincolncitygolf.org

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TEAM SPORTS OFFICE

3131 “O” Street, Suite 300
Lincoln, NE 68510
p 402 441-7892
athletics@lincoln.ne.gov
teamsideline.com/lincolnne

HOURS:
M-F

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

REGISTRATION

Register at the athletics office during
regular business hours or anytime at
teamsideline.com/lincolnne.
Youth sports will also have the
option of mail-in registration.

LINCOLN PARKS FOUNDATION

3131 “O” Street, Suite 301
Lincoln, NE 68510
Main: (402) 441-8258
director@lincolnparks.org
lincolnparks.org

Facebook: @LincolnParksFoundation
Twitter: @LNKParksFdn
Instagram: @lnkparksfdn

DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

Fall is a great time for planting trees!
Trees, including public street trees, are part of Lincoln’s strategy to build a
resilient future for our community. Planting trees in the fall allows them to
get established in advance of the next growing season.
If you are interested in planting a street tree between the curb and
sidewalk in front of your home, contact our office to request a no-cost
planting permit and a $250 street tree voucher redeemable at local
nurseries (see page 11). The space between the curb and sidewalk should
be at least eight feet wide to plant a tree. Our Community Forestry staff
will visit the location to determine if it is suitable for planting of a street
tree. If so, they will mark the location for the new street tree and provide
suggestions regarding selection of the type of tree.
We remind people to call the digger’s hot line to have underground
utilities located and marked if they are planning to plant the tree
themselves. Visit the Nebraska 811 website at ne1call.com for more
information about having underground utilities located.
Get out, have fun, be active! And help build a resilient future for Lincoln
by planting and caring for trees!
Lynn Johnson, Director
Lincoln Parks and Recreation

WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE NEW

FUNdamental website

parks.lincoln.ne.gov
Find a park | Register for programs | Project updates
Reserve a shelter, indoor court, ballfield, wedding space.

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