2018-2023 C.I.P.

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News and Information

  • Summer Job Applications Now Available

    2018-02-21 15:00:05

    (February 20, 2018) Omaha’s Step-Up summer jobs program is expanding. “Today marks a new chapter,” said Empowerment Network President Willie Barney. “We really want to thank the Mayor and City Council for the i ...

  • Recruit Class Brings Experience to OPD

    2018-02-17 01:25:20

    (February 16, 2018) Another Omaha Police recruit class graduated today from the police training academy, adding 27 officers to the department and adding to the historic level of police staffing. This recruit class, cal ...

  • Street Resurfacing To Begin in April

    2018-02-16 15:14:15

    (February 16, 2018) Mayor Jean Stothert announced an aggressive 2018 street resurfacing program in the State of the City speech Friday. 58 projects are on the initial schedule. Funding for these projects comes from mul ...

  • Neighborhood Grant Applications Due in March

    2018-01-29 20:06:12

    January 29, 2018 - Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert will again award neighborhood grants for projects that improve the quality of life, increase public safety, and help prevent crime in neighborhoods. This year, the Mayor ...

  • Libraries Celebrate Valentine's Day

    2018-01-27 17:28:50

    (January 26, 2018) All are invited to share the love at Omaha Public Library leading up to Valentine's Day. OPL is hosting several Valentine's-themed programs, February 9-16, for patrons of all ages to enjoy. Some ...

  • Omaha Goes to the Super Bowl

    2018-01-27 16:51:50

    (January 26, 2018) Omaha will join the Eagles and the Patriots as they head to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis.  As part of its 2018 “52 Weekends” advertising campaign promoting Omaha as a year-round destination, ...

  • Programs Target Sex Traffickers

    2018-01-27 00:26:27

    (January 26, 2018) An Omaha program designed to eliminate sex trafficking has reached a milestone. Mayor Jean Stothert and members of the Coalition on Human Trafficking announced today more than 1,200 employees of loca ...

  • Mayor Expands Economic Development Team

    2018-01-26 03:34:28

    (January 25, 2018) Mayor Jean Stothert has expanded her Executive Team to include two new Deputy Chiefs of Staff for Economic Development and Development Services. Kevin Andersen and Troy Anderson will work with the Ma ...

  • Public Invited to 168th Street Construction Meeting

    2018-01-13 00:23:20

    (January 12, 2018) Construction plans for the 168th Street corridor between West Dodge Road and West Maple Road will be presented during a pre-construction meeting hosted by the City of Omaha and Douglas County. The C ...

  • "Living the Dream" Award Recognizes Service

    2018-01-12 21:14:13

    (January 12, 2018) An award that honors the vision of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. recognizes the achievements of two law enforcement officers and a community leader. The “Living the Dream” award was presented today ...