Mayor Jean Stothert
Please join us on Wednesday, August 21, 2019, as Mayor Stothert speaks about women in leadership! We encourage you to come with questions as there will be a Q&A opportunity.
Mayor Stothert is in her second term, following her re-election in 2017. Her priorities are public safety, managing the city budget, job growth and economic development, and improving the taxpayer experience so that every citizen receives excellent customer service when they interact with city government. During her first term, Mayor Stothert reduced the property tax rate twice, increased the number of police officers to a record high level, increased the budget for street repair and maintenance, improved city services, and increased the city’s population and tax base through annexation. In each of her administration, the city has reported a budget surplus.
Mayor Stothert is the first woman elected to the Office of the Mayor. She previously served four years on the Omaha City Council and three terms as a Millard Board of Education Member, including three years as president. She believes in open, transparent government and gets the most satisfaction from helping people solve problems.
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