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SatisFacts

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! At Lincoln Military Housing your family is our top priority. For this reason we have teamed up with ResidentSurveys.com, a division of SatisFacts Research, to provide online resident satisfaction surveys at the time you move in, after work has been completed on your home and when you move out. Your feedback is an integral part of helping us achieve our goal to provide military families exemplary service and a superior home environment. Surveys are brief, can be submitted anonymously and participants will be entered to win $500! We look forward to hearing your thoughts and feedback as your opinion is the most important one.

*Work Order Completion Surveys cover the prior week’s service requests that were completed that week. 

Resident Energy Conservation Program

Resident Energy Conservation Program

With national security and the economy being threatened by our dependence on foreign oil, the Department of Defense has set a goal of reducing energy consumption in the US by 20%. The Resident Energy Conservation Program (RECP) was created by the DoD to help achieve that goal and assure a better quality of life for you, your family and generations to come. Lincoln Military Housing is proud to support this important DoD initiative.

Energy conservation is important to the nation and our armed forces. By encouraging and incentivizing energy conservation for families living in privatized family housing, RECP can save energy and save you money.

The funds saved by RECP will be used to improve your homes, playgrounds, community centers and, therefore, your quality of life. In the long term, you will also be helping to improve the environment, preserve America’s natural resources and reduce our dependence on foreign oil and other fossil fuels.

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Living Green

Living Green

Thanks for taking a closer look at the Lincoln Military Housing Living Green program. On this page you’ll find resources and information that make protecting our planet easy. There are simple tips to follow at home, plus details on upcoming events and workshops for the whole family. You’ll also discover resources available directly through your Lincoln Military Housing district office. We’re proud of the changes we’re making as a company to support our Living Green principles.

Through responsible landscaping conversions, energy efficient appliances, and partnering on sustainable and environmentally sensitive construction and management practices, Lincoln Military Housing is dedicated to doing our part for the planet. By becoming a Green Ambassador, you'll work side-by-side with your community’s Green Team on the development of new Living Green programs. Your ideas and leadership can really make a difference! Thanks again for your interest in the Living Green program. The simple steps we all take at home can go a long way in protecting our planet. Here are some easy ways to get started:

9 Ways to Make a Difference

  1. Turn off the Water: While brushing your teeth and shaving.
  2. Recycle: Bottles, cans, and newspapers.
  3. Share a Ride: Save gas and money by carpooling to work, find a partner at www.erideshare.com.
  4. Shop Green: Pick up your free reusable "green bag" at your Lincoln District Office.
  5. Report Leaks: Call Lincoln at Your Service (1-888-578-4141) to report dripping faucets and toilets.
  6. Hit the Switch: Turn off the lights when you leave a room.
  7. Wash Full: Run the dishwasher and washing machine with full loads.
  8. Turn it Down: Set the thermostat 2° higher in the summer and 2° lower in the winter.
  9. Dispose Safely: Check with the Lincoln District Office for the nearest disposal center for used motor oil, batteries and electronics.
Safety Tips

Safety Tips

At Lincoln Military Housing, we know how important safety is to you and your family. And there is no place more important to feel safe than in your home - as you play, rest and relax. We’d like to share with you some guidelines about keeping everyone safe at home – especially small children with exploring, adventurous, little hands and big bright minds! Safety should be a way of thinking in our daily life, not just a list of rules to follow. But as life gets busy, sometimes safe behavior can be forgotten. The motivation to take action, change unsafe behavior and put precautionary measures in place, only requires a desire to protect those you care about. Please review these safety tips for more valuable safety information. We hope you pass along the information to your friends, family and neighbors.

Hot Safety topic: WINDOW SAFETY

Tips from the National Safety Council

  • Keep your windows closed and locked when children are around. When opening windows for ventilation, open windows that a child cannot reach, or in the case of a double-hung window, open the top sash only.
  • Set and enforce rules about keeping children's play away from windows or patio doors.
  • Falling through an insect screen, open window or glass can be fatal or cause serious injury.
  • Keep furniture - or anything children can climb - away from windows. Children may use such objects as a climbing aid.

For more tips from the National Safety Council on window safety, download this PDF.

The tips below are paraphrased from the US Consumer Product Commission and Safety resource.Org websites.

Safety Tips

  • Remove any cords that could get caught around your child’s neck.
  • Turn pot handles toward the back of the stove and use the back burners on the stove for cooking.
  • Get trained in first aid and CPR.
  • Conduct emergency evacuation drills.
  • Identify safety hazards such as electrical cords that someone could trip over, rugs that slip, etc.
  • Do not leave children unsupervised.
  • Keep medicines, vitamins, cleaning supplies and other poisons in locked cabinets.
  • When your children are in or near water, watch them very carefully. Stay close enough to reach out and touch them. This includes bathtubs, toilets, pools and spas – even buckets of water.
  • Keep coins, latex balloons and hard round foods, such as peanuts and hard candy, where children cannot see or touch them.