Lincoln, Nebraska

Rural Midwest Appeal with Modern Possibilities

 
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The Capitol City welcomes you to define your experience.

Brimming with recreational choices, you create your life here in Lincoln. Explore over 20 golf courses, trek 131 miles of trails, breathe the open air, dig into sand volleyball, treat yourself at the farmer’s markets and immerse yourself in our culture. Nearby lakes and state parks offer swimming, fishing, boating and hiking. You will not tire of our diverse dining, museums, art galleries, shopping, concerts and live theatre. The Lincoln Children’s Zoo, Children’s Museum, camps, club sports, indoor play areas and city parks provide families with healthy entertainment. 

We are excited to announce the new Pinnacle Bank Arena and Canopy Street for even more entertainment, shopping and sports. Collegiate football, basketball and volleyball unite the Husker nation. Stars Hockey, and Saltdogs Baseball semi and professional teams keep us cheering all year. 

Lincoln’s faith community reflects the diversity with churches, synagogues, and mosques serving more than a dozen belief systems.

Lincoln is a source of inspiration in education, realized through high-ranking public, private and post secondary institutions. Lincoln Public School District supports six high schools, focus programs and an alternative program all with commendable, leading graduation rates. Private high schools include College View Academy, Lincoln Christian, Lincoln Lutheran, Parkview Christian and Pius X High School. Post secondary options, such as University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Bryan College of Health Sciences, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Southeast Community College, Union College, Doane College, and Purdue University Global Lincoln ignite progress and innovation. Not to mention, we support two modern, expanding hospital systems with a combined capacity of nearly 800 beds that provide a superb training environment for you as a family medicine resident. Medical distinction and a wide range of activities combine to make Lincoln an exciting, progressive and growing community.  

Our Lincoln Metro Area is located along I-80 in southeast Nebraska, just three hours north of Kansas City and eight hours east of Denver. Lincoln is Nebraska’s capitol city, second only to Omaha in population, with approximately 270,000 residents. Fueled by its reputation as one of the Midwest’s most livable cities with a stable, progressive economy and low crime rates, Lincoln attracts diverse, open-minded citizens who value trust, honesty, and hospitality.

As a stable, college community, Lincoln is able to offer housing options to meet anyone’s needs. Real estate prices are below the national average and homes are available in all types and sizes. Rental properties are also plentiful and affordable, and there is never a long commute in heavy traffic. Lincoln’s healthy and growing business community provides a wide variety of employment opportunities for your family and your future in medicine.

When relocating to Lincoln, request a relocation packet online at lcoc.com. Then find more information about our great city at lincoln.ne.gov or find us on Facebook.