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News and Information

  • South Omaha 2019-2020 Historical Grant Application

    2019-09-17 23:59:41

    The South Omaha Historical Grant Application is now available. The applications are due Wednesday, November 6, 2019, at 3:00 p.m. in the Omaha City Council Office, 1819 Farnam Street, Suite LC 1. Click here to access th ...

  • North Omaha 2019-2020 Historical Grant Application

    2019-09-17 23:59:41

    The North Omaha Historical Grant Application is now available. The applications are due October 28, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. in the Douglas County Commissioners Office, 1819 Farnam Street, Suite LC 2, Omaha NE 68183.  Cl ...

  • Vision Zero Task Force Recommends Safety Changes

    2019-09-16 23:22:43

    (September 16, 2019) A Vision Zero coordinator will be hired in 2020 to implement recommendations made by the Vision Zero Task Force. Mayor Jean Stothert created the task force to study Vision Zero strategies to reduce ...

  • New Fire Station Planned at 34th & Q

    2019-09-16 23:09:47

    (September 16, 2019) The City of Omaha plans to purchase land in South Omaha to build a new fire station to replace Station 31. The move will improve emergency response coverage in the south Omaha area.  The City e ...

  • Mayor Announces 2019 Town Hall Schedule

    2019-09-16 23:07:20

    (September 16, 2019) – Mayor Jean Stothert will hold her annual series of Town Hall meetings this fall beginning September 24th.  In the last six years, Mayor Stothert has hosted 46 Town Hall meetings.   ...

  • 10 Tastiest Days of the Year

    2019-09-12 20:16:33

    (September 12, 2019) For the next ten days, leave the kitchen cold and dine out for a good cause. Omaha Restaurant Week begins this Friday, September 13th and runs through the 22nd. Every time you have dinner at a part ...

  • Additional Scooter Safety to be Required

    2019-09-12 03:15:23

    (September 11, 2019) Following a crash that seriously injured a 9-year old riding a scooter, scooter companies Lime and Spin will be required to take additional safety precautions and improve public education. "The inj ...

  • OMAR Moves in Under "Bob the Bridge"

    2019-09-04 21:25:13

    (September 4, 2019) He’s new, he’s blue and he’s ready to meet you. Visit Omaha unveils a new attraction at the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge. You can now visit OMAR the Troll under the bridge, read about OMAR’s ...

  • FCC Environmental Selected for Trash Contract

    2019-08-28 01:23:27

    (August 27, 2019) The Omaha City Council has approved Mayor Jean Stothert’s recommendation to hire FCC Environmental to provide solid waste collection services for the City of Omaha beginning in 2021. The vote was&nb ...

  • World O! Water Coming in September

    2019-08-26 16:24:20

    (August 26, 2019) The City of Omaha invites the public to the annual World O! Water festival on Saturday, September 7th. World O! Water is a free, public event that takes at Wehrspann Lake in the Chalco Hills Recreatio ...