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Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
2200 N 33rd Street
Lincoln, NE 68503

The State of Nebraska offers service for persons who are hearing impaired through the 7-1-1 Relay Service.

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Have a media inquiry? Head over to our press room to find contact information for our public information officers.

Conservation officers are stationed across Nebraska to assist with conservation efforts and to enforce wildlife laws. Contact your local conservation officer with any questions related to laws or to report any violations. You may also contact Wildlife Crimestoppers 24/7.

For specific comments and questions you may contact one of our division administrators.

Permit vendors

A list of permit vendors is updated regularly and is available for download.

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Nebraska Game and Parks has communications professionals at several locations across the state.

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A nine-member board of commissioners oversees the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

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Request a Brochure

Start planning your next outdoor Nebraska adventure by requesting our 96-page, full color, all inclusive state park and recreation areas guide. Hunters can also request to receive our hunting packet with information on public hunting lands, permits, seasons dates and game species.

About Nebraska Game & Parks

We’re a family of passionate, innovative professionals who work together to connect people to the natural world and support conservation in Nebraska.