Capitol View Neighborhood Celebration a Success

05.04.15

Capitol View Neighborhood residents, Jacob’s Well and NeighborWorks Lincoln hosted a block party inviting neighbors, community members, and City officials to celebrate the past, present, and future of the neighborhood. Students from the Lincoln Public Schools Arts & Humanities Focus program designed a portable, interactive mural and chalk board that was used to capture people’s ideas Read More

Capitol View Block Party on Saturday, May 2nd!!!

04.27.15

On Saturday, May 2nd there will be a Block Party at 18th & H Streets hosted by Jacob’s Well, a resident-led youth group in the area, NWL, and the Capitol View Neighborhood Association. Students from the Lincoln Public School’s Arts & Humanities Focus Program have been working on a portable mural and chalk board that will be Read More

Daily Nebraskan: “NeighborWorks Lincoln educates homebuyers to better the community”

04.27.15

Mac Wall wrote a great article in the Daily Nebraskan featuring NeighborWorks Lincoln, read more here!

Lincoln Policy Network hosts City Council Candidate Forum

04.20.15

On March 25th, Lincoln Policy Network hosted City Council candidates who took questions from LPN members. Six of the eight candidates were able to attend and discussed various aspects surrounding LPN’s first priority, neighborhood preservation. Below are some of the questions and responses. How do we protect the quality of life in the high rental Read More

New Revitalization Project planned for South Downtown

03.20.15

Read more about the SoDo Development Project in this LJS Article!

1-2-3 Great Neighborhoods Channel 8 Eyewitness News

02.13.15

See Channel 8 Eyewitness News coverage of the 1-2-3 Great Neighborhoods proposal here.

1-2-3 Great Neighborhoods LJS Article

02.13.15

Read the March 30, 2014, Lincoln Journal Star article highlighting 1-2-3 Great Neighborhoods here.

LJS: “NeighborWorks gets grant to build houses”

02.02.15

Read more on this exciting news here!

NeighborWorks Lincoln grant to fund Goodhue Monument in Near South

01.28.15

Residents from the Near South neighborhood recently completed the NeighborWorks Lincoln’s Community Engagement Initiative program, through which they received resident leadership training and a $2,500 grant. One result of their participation in this program will be the Goodhue Monument. Read more and see photos here!

LPN Survey

01.05.15

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LPNPriorities

Opening Doors in Our Community

NeighborWorks Lincoln is a non-profit organization dedicated to community revitalization through an active partnership of resident leaders, private businesses and public officials. We open doors for people to achieve their dreams of home ownership and for others who desire a safe and attractive neighborhood.

I wasn’t sure how to move forward, but then I heard about NeighborWorks. It is truly an amazing program…I hope more people use this great service to help themselves and to help Lincoln look better. Thanks, NWL!

– Jesse E.
NeighborWorks Lincoln

NeighborWorks Lincoln