2019-2024 C.I.P.

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News and Information

  • South Omaha 2018-2019 Historical Grant Application

    2018-09-19 00:00:00

    The South Omaha Historical Grant Application is now available. The applications are due Wednesday, November 7, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. in the Omaha City Council Office, 1819 Farnam Street, Suite LC 1. Click here to access th ...

  • North Omaha 2018-2019 Historical Grant Announcement

    2018-09-17 00:00:00

    The 2018-2019 North Omaha Historical Grant application is available. Applications are due October 22, 2018, at 4:00 pm. Click here for the application and follow the submission instructions found on the application.

  • Metro Mayors Support #Bekind Campaign

    2018-08-29 22:13:19

    (August 29, 2018) #Bekind. A simple message spreading across Omaha and social media. “#Bekind is about our great communities and how we treat each other,” said Millard Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jim Sutfin. ...

  • 2018 Budget on Track for Surplus

    2018-08-29 22:02:38

    (August 29, 2018) The 2018 City of Omaha fiscal year is trending toward a year-end surplus at the end of the second quarter. The projected surplus is smaller than previous years, estimated now at slightly under $200,00 ...

  • Omaha Public Library Offers Children's Museum Tickets

    2018-08-22 22:47:04

    (August 22, 2018)  Omaha Public Library will partner with Omaha Children’s Museum to offer free museum admission to library patrons. Beginning September 4, all branches will have tickets available.  ...

  • Labor Day Safety Campaign Targets Impaired Drivers

    2018-08-16 19:31:21

    (August 16, 2018) The Omaha Police Department Traffic Unit will take part in a nationwide “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign over the upcoming holiday season.  The Nebraska Office of Highway Safety has a ...

  • Wasteline.org Provides New Services to Taxpayers

    2018-08-06 17:25:13

    (August 7, 2018) One of the city’s most frequently used websites has a new look and more features to improve customer service. The redesigned site, www.wasteline.org provides the latest information on the city’s so ...

  • Firefighter's Health Care Plan Extended Through 2023

    2018-07-31 16:34:21

    (July 27, 2018) Mayor Jean Stothert and the Professional Firefighters Association of Omaha, Local 385, are pleased to announce a tentative five-year extension of the Health Care Trust they originally negotiated in 2015. ...

  • West Police Precinct to Open July 2019

    2018-07-19 22:00:48

    (July 19, 2018) Mayor Jean Stothert and Police Chief Todd Schmaderer will break ground July 25th for the West Police Precinct building, located at 209th & Cumberland in Elkhorn. In March 2017, Mayor Jean Stothert a ...

  • 2019 City Budget Focused on Streets and Public Safety

    2018-07-17 19:20:17

    (July 17, 2017) – Mayor Jean Stothert presented a $400 million 2019 General Fund budget to the Omaha City Council Tuesday, maintaining a low property tax rate and increasing funding for public safety, street repair, an ...