There's just one number you need to call when you have a question about city services, a complaint, a suggestion or feedback on city issues. 402-444-5555 connects you to the Mayor's Hotline.
We are focused on providing excellent customer service to the taxpayers of Omaha. These pages will connect you to the people and resources that can help you.
The Mayor's Hotline page will show you how to report neighborhood concerns, traffic and parking complaints, code violations, anything you feel needs our attention. Our Hotline staff will listen, direct your issue to the appropriate city department and follow-up when there is a resolution.
When you elected me, I promised to cut the staff in the Mayor's office and I did that. The Mayor's Staff page will introduce you to the members of my team.
I value your opinion. Use the Opinion box to let me know how we are doing.
I will use this page to keep you informed about city business and issues that are important to our community.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in women. The American Cancer Society estimates 226,870 women and 2,190 men were diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in the United States in 2012.
You will see many messages this month about breast cancer prevention. As Omaha's first woman Mayor, a former nurse, and a mom, I think it's so important to talk to our daughters about breast cancer.
In October, you will see bus benches around Omaha that encourage you to "Have the Talk". Explain your family health history, know the risks of breast cancer and learn the early symptoms. Set a good example for your daughter. Do a monthly self-exam, make an appointment for an annual exam and follow your doctor's recommendation about mammograms. My daughter Liz and I have produced a video message to help you "Have the Talk" with your daughter.
We teach our children life's most important lessons. Don't forget the one that could save their life.
Thank you for your interest in our city. I hope you will also follow me on Facebook and Twitter for immediate information on city news and events.
Omaha is a great city, now let's make it extraordinary.
Jean Stothert, Mayor