Lincolnites: Speak up for housing rights!

The city's "open comment period" on the new Affordable Housing Coordinated Action Plan lasts until May 15.


Dear Lincoln neighbor,

Last year, you helped us strengthen housing in our city with the passage of the Humane Housing ordinance. Today, I want to thank you for your compassion and advocacy as we continue to work together to address housing affordability and adequacy in Lincoln.

Nancy Petitto

As you may know, the city recently shared a draft of its Affordable Housing Coordinated Action Plan. We have outlined the plan’s key takeaways and provided three main suggestions that we feel must be added to the overall plan to ensure housing affordability for all Lincolnites.

Here’s how you can help. The city’s “open comment period” on the plan lasts until May 15. We are fortunate that we have city leaders who seek resident feedback and want to hear your concerns. To get you started, we’ve created a comment portal so you can easily create and share a message. Don’t delay – do it today!

Thank you so much for all that you are doing during this unprecedented time. We are strong, and we’ll get through this together!


Nancy Petitto
Program Manager
Collective Impact Lincoln

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