Master plans are critical to the success of public utilities. Master plans are the blue-print for future infrastructure expansion. They serve as instruction manuals on how to fix current deficiencies that face the City.

The City's approved Public Infrastructure Master Plans include:

Airport Master Plan

Master Plan Covers and Index

Chapter 1 - Introduction

Chapter 2 - Inventory

Chapter 3 - Forecasts

Chapter 4 - Demand Capacity

Chapter 5 - Development

Chapter 6 - ALP

Chapter 7 - ACIP

Chapter 8 - Environmental

Chapter 9 - Noise

Chapter 10 - Utilities

Appendix A

Appendix B

Bicycle Transportation Plan Update

Bicycle Transportation Plan Update - May 2018

Lincoln Downtown Urban Design Plan

Lincoln Downtown Urban Design Plan - September 1992

Redistricting Map - May 2004

Pavement Management Program

The Pavement Management Program (PMP) is a proactive maintenance and rehab method for existing roads. A PMP looks at cost-effective strategies for maintenance treatments on roads that are in good condition.

The goal is to preserve them before the beginning of serious deterioration. Applying cost-effective treatments at the right time can increase the effectiveness of the rehab. For example, the pavement can be restored to a condition that will extend the life of the road an extra 5-15 years.

For questions about specific streets within the City of Lincoln, contact Engineering staff.

Reclaimed Water Master Plan

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP)

Urban Water Management Plan

Wastewater Collection System Master Plan

Wastewater Collection System Master Plan - Part 1

Wastewater Collection System Master Plan - Part 2

Water Master Plan

Part 1 - through Chapter 2

Part 2 - Chapters 3 - 4

Part 3 - Chapters 5- 6

Part 4 - Chapters 7 -8

Part 5 - Chapters 9 - 10

Part 6 - Chapters 11 - 12

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