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altMayor Jean Stothert is dedicated to making Omaha city government more efficient and customer service oriented.

Her priorities include improving public safety and reducing crime, enacting policies that help attract new businesses and create jobs in Omaha, and restoring the public’s confidence in city government.

Mayor Stothert is also committed to smarter budgeting by eliminating waste and finding efficiencies, as well as keeping taxes low for Omaha families and businesses.

Demonstrating her commitment to fiscal discipline and leading by example, Mayor Stothert has cut the mayor’s personnel budget and her own salary by 10 percent.

A graduate of Seattle Pacific University, Stothert began her career in nursing. Her 12 years of experience as a critical care nurse and nursing manager included serving as head nurse and department head of Cardiovascular Surgery at St. Louis University.

Stothert was appointed to the Millard School Board in 1997, elected and re-elected for three terms, including three years as president of the board. In 2009, Stothert was elected to the Omaha City Council.

On May 14, 2013, Stothert was elected the 51st Mayor of Omaha, and the first woman to serve as the city’s chief executive.

Mayor Stothert lives in Omaha with Joe, her husband of 33 years. They have two grown children, Elizabeth and Andrew.

Mayor’s Office Address

City of Omaha
Office of the Mayor
1819 Farnam Street, Suite 300
Omaha, NE 68183

Mayor’s Office Phone Number

(402) 444-5000

Mayor's Hotline

(402) 444-5555

The Mayor’s Hotline receives suggestions, comments, complaints and requests for city services from Omaha residents. The Hotline is staffed Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm and accommodates English and Spanish speakers.

  • Telephone: (402) 444-5555 (Voice)
    (402) 996-8490 (TTY /TDD)
  • Fax: (402) 444-6059
  • Mail: The Mayor’s Hotline
    Civic Center - Suite 304
    1819 Farnam St.
    Omaha, NE 68183-0304

 

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The Nebraska Humane Society is contracted to do the pet licensing for residents of Douglas County Nebraska.

For more information please visit http://www.nehumanesociety.org/community-services/licensing/

To renew your pet license online please visit https://licensepet.com/wl3/reg/nehs.

If you have questions regarding the online application please contact the NE Humane Society at 402-444-6716 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

News and Information

  • City Council Approves Riverfront Management Agreement

    2019-02-05 23:47:06

    (February 5, 2019) The Omaha City Council has approved an agreement between the City of Omaha, Downtown Riverfront Trust (DRT) and Metropolitan Entertainment & Convention Authority (MECA) for construction, activatio ...

  • Four Bidders Interested in Solid Waste Contract

    2019-01-30 22:38:33

    (January 30, 2019)  Four companies have submitted bids for the City of Omaha solid waste contract; bids were opened today. The bidders are:  FCC Environmental Waste Connections of Nebraska West Central San ...

  • Apply Now for Neighborhood Grants

    2019-01-28 23:54:41

    (January 28, 2019) Omaha neighborhood associations are encouraged to apply for the 2019 Mayor’s Neighborhood Grants program. Mayor Jean Stothert will award $75,000 for neighborhood proposals that support and strength ...

  • Omaha Receives Federal Grant for Lead Hazards

    2019-01-27 19:53:06

    (January 27, 2019) The City of Omaha has received $3.1 million dollars in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Program funding.  The Office of Lead Hazard Control ...

  • Yale Park Owner Faces Criminal Charges

    2019-01-27 17:45:36

    (January 26, 2019) The owner of the Yale Park Apartments has a February 4th deadline to turn himself in, or the City Prosecutor plans to issue a warrant for his arrest. Prosecutor Matt Kuhse plans to charge Kay Anderso ...

  • Dr. King Awards Recognize Service to Community

    2019-01-19 19:06:38

    (January 19, 2019) Each year, City of Omaha and Douglas County employees have the opportunity to nominate colleagues for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. award. This year, Adams Park Community Center Supervisor Orenthei ...

  • Mayor's Hotline Offers New Service

    2019-01-16 20:59:41

    (January 16, 2019) A new website to report concerns to the city is now live. Omahahotline.com is an additional option to report specific problems including code violations, graffiti, road problems, weeds, litter, and d ...

  • Mayor Asks for Feedback on Landlord Registry

    2019-01-16 20:55:39

    (January 15, 2019) A new Warple is now live to measure public opinion on rental housing inspections and potential changes in city ordinances.  The Warple, “Landlords and Rentals” is available on Mayor Jean Sto ...

  • Omaha Will Test Dockless Electric Scooters

    2019-01-16 20:49:25

    (January 16, 2019) The City of Omaha plans to begin a pilot program this spring to test dockless shared electric scooters. An RFP posted today outlines the pilot and the requirements for bidders.  The deadline to ...

  • "A Way to Work" Offers Jobs to Homeless

    2019-01-10 19:14:44

    (January 10, 2019) The City of Omaha and the Salvation Army will launch “A Way to Work”, a work readiness program that will provide employment, training and services to homeless persons.   “A Way to Wor ...