Wheelchair-accessible seats are available at all price levels for events. Three companion tickets may be purchased with each wheelchair-accessible ticket. Please indicate when buying tickets if you require accessible seating.
For special ticketing accommodations, please call Olivia Wilson at 402.904.5641 or email firstname.lastname@example.org no less than two weeks prior to an event.
Pinewood Bowl Theater offers wheelchair service for guests who may need assistance to and from their seats. Wheelchair assistance is provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to the limited number of wheelchairs available, they may not be used as seating during an event. If wheelchair assistance is necessary during an event, please contact the nearest event staff member.
Accessible Vehicle Drop-Off
Access to the drop off location is at the front gate entrance into Pinewood Bowl Theater.
Listening devices are not available at Pinewood Bowl Theater.
Pinewood Bowl Theater is pleased to provide sign language interpretation for guests with hearing disabilities. Requests for this service must be received no less than two weeks prior to the event and be approved by the performer. For details, please call Olivia Wilson at 402.904.5641 or email email@example.com no less than two weeks prior to an event to purchase your tickets.
If you have a complaint or concern regarding special accommodations, please contact the City’s Ombudsman/Title VI-ADA Co-Coordinator at the Mayor’s office.
Whom do I contact?
Individuals protected by Title VI and/or the ADA who believe they have been discriminated against may file a complaint with the City’s Ombudsman/Title VI-ADA Co-Coordinator at the Mayor’s office. A complaint can be filed using the online form under the Informational Links on the ACTION Center or by contacting the Ombudsman. Individuals are not required to use this form; a letter with the same information is sufficient. However, the information requested in the items marked with a star (*) must be provided, whether or not the form is used. Individuals who are unable to complete written forms may make their complaints verbally to the Ombudsman by phone or in person. For those callers with hearing impairments, the Nebraska Relay System 711 TDD will be utilized upon request. Translation or interpreter services will be provided as needed. The complaint should be submitted by the complainant as soon as possible but no later than 60 calendar days after the date the alleged discrimination occurs.
What is the process?
Upon receipt of a discrimination complaint, the City’s Ombudsman/Title VI-ADA Co-Coordinator shall evaluate and investigate the complaint. The City’s Ombudsman may seek the assistance of the City Attorney in investigating and responding to the complaint. The Ombudsman shall complete the investigation no later than 45 calendar days after the date the complaint is received. If more time is required, the Ombudsman shall notify the Complainant of the estimated time frame for completing the investigation. Upon completion of the investigation, the Ombudsman shall respond to the complaint in writing and follow up verbally if the individual is unable to read the written report. The response will explain the position of the City, and, where appropriate, offer options for substantive resolution of the complaint.
If the Complainant disagrees with the Ombudsman’s response, the Complainant may appeal the decision within fifteen (15) calendar days after receipt of the response to the Mayor or his designee. Within fifteen (15) calendar days after receipt of the appeal, the Mayor or his designee will respond in writing with a final resolution of the complaint.
Complaints alleging discrimination against applicants or employees on the basis of disability are addressed by the Director of Equity and Diversity, Kimberley Taylor-Riley, 555 South 10th Street #304, Lincoln, NE 68508, 402.441.8691.
All written complaints received by the Ombudsman or Director of Equity and Diversity, appeals to the Mayor, and responses from the City are retained for at least three years.
Complainants are also free to file complaints directly with the US Department of Justice or the Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission.