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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

  • Libraries Offer Holiday Break Activities

    2018-12-13 21:00:46

    (December 13, 2018) Winter break from school is often highly anticipated by kids and teens and Omaha Public Library is the perfect place to spend the downtime! Keep young minds active and engaged by checking out bo ...

  • Street Policy Offers First-Time Innovative Option

    2018-12-13 20:54:18

    (December 13, 2018) A policy to provide new funding options for Street Improvement Districts (SIDs) has been developed and sent to the Omaha City Council for approval. The recommended policy includes funding sources for ...

  • Construction Begins on New Shelter to Improve Services ...

    2018-11-29 23:43:25

    (November 20, 2018) Construction is now underway on a new Siena/Francis House shelter designed to enhance service programming, improve security and provide a more dignified shelter within the Omaha community.   ...

  • B-Cycle To Add Dozens of Bike Stations

    2018-11-01 00:30:53

    (October 31, 2018) Heartland B-Cycle will expand next month, adding 34 new bike stations in 20 neighborhoods.  Mayor Jean Stothert and Heartland Bike Share Executive Director Ben Turner made the announcement today. ...

  • Crime Stoppers Offers New Reward

    2018-10-31 23:37:51

    (October 31, 2018) Omaha Crime Stoppers is now offering an enhanced reward to help get dangerous opioids and dealers off the streets of Omaha. A $5,000 Crime Stoppers reward will be paid for tips that lead to the arres ...

  • City Maintains High Bond Ratings

    2018-10-29 22:05:41

    (October 29, 2018) For the fifth year in a row,  Omaha’s bond rating will remain unchanged at one of the highest ratings possible from Moody's Investment Services and S&P Global. S&P Global assigned a AA ...

  • City Seeks Bids for Next Solid Waste Collection Contrac ...

    2018-10-24 18:08:57

    (October 24, 2018) After more than two years of study, public outreach, and coordination with the Omaha City Council, a Request for Bids (RFB) is now advertised for a long-term solid waste contract with the City of Omah ...

  • Emergency Alert Installation Completed in Fire Stations

    2018-10-19 21:53:47

    ((October 18, 2018)) The critical communication system that links the 911 Center to Omaha fire stations is now operational. Voters approved the Douglas County Public Safety Bond issue in 2016, which included funding fo ...

  • "Food for Fines" Begins October 14

    2018-10-03 18:02:27

    (October 3, 2018) Omaha Public Library will accept food donations during the week of October 14-21 to benefit the Alliance for a Better Omaha, a collaborative of Heart Ministry Center, Together, and Food Bank for t ...

  • Traffic Signals Will Remain Near Elementary Schools

    2018-10-02 19:46:31

    (October 2, 2018) Mayor Jean Stothert has approved a new Public Works policy that creates a step-by-step process for removal of traffic signals.  Under this policy, two signals near Dundee Elementary and one near R ...