2018-2023 C.I.P.

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News and Information

  • Libraries Offer Free Passes to Fontenelle Forest

    2018-04-17 14:41:53

    (April 16, 2018) Omaha Public Library is joining a new initiative with Fontenelle Forest to offer free Forest admission to library members. All Omaha Public Library branches will begin checking memberships out to patron ...

  • Baseball Field Honors Fallen Officer

    2018-04-16 01:36:23

    (April 11, 2018) Play Ball! A worn, but well-loved baseball field at Miller Park will be rebuilt this summer, in memory of Omaha Police Officer Kerrie Orozco.  Officer Orozco coached youth baseball for PACE, Poli ...

  • Recruits Graduate from Fire Academy

    2018-04-14 00:14:22

    (April 13, 2018) A class of 22 recruits graduated Friday from the Omaha Fire Department Training Academy. “Each of you is responsible for shaping our department’s culture. Always be appreciative of your opportunity ...

  • Street Repair Budget Grows to $18 Million

    2018-04-06 18:21:10

    (April 6, 2018) Mayor Jean Stothert has authorized additional funds to be spent on street repair this summer. Approximately $3 million will be added to the current budget for new projects, bringing the current total to ...

  • Police Target Distracted Driving and Speeding

    2018-04-04 01:41:49

    (April 3, 2018) April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. The Nebraska Office of Highway Safety has awarded a $19,000 grant to the Omaha Police Department to enforce speed limits and look for drivers who may be usin ...

  • Spring Yard Waste Collection to Begin

    2018-04-01 11:24:40

    (March 30, 2018) Waste Management will begin separate collection of yard waste in April. Separate collections will begin in neighborhoods east of 72nd Street on April 2.  Waste Management plans to expand separate ...

  • REACH Results Exceed Goals

    2018-03-24 16:24:23

    (March 23, 2018) A nationwide framework for Small and Emerging Business (SEB) opportunities is showing results in Omaha. "REACH", the Midwest’s largest, multi-partner initiative designed to increase certified SEBs, to ...

  • Improvements Planned for Siena/Francis House

    2018-03-22 19:48:35

    (March 22, 2018) Plans are underway to redevelop the Siena/Francis House campus, improving and expanding services to Omaha’s homeless population. The Omaha Planning Board will consider an amendment to an existing red ...

  • Civic Auditorium Site On the Market

    2018-03-20 23:24:44

    (March 20, 2017) “The Civic Auditorium site is back on the market,” said Mayor Jean Stothert. In an email to Mayor Stothert Tuesday, Project 19 LLC Member Zach Wiegert said it would “no longer pursue developing t ...

  • Solid Waste Contract Will Modernize Collections

    2018-03-06 23:41:10

    (March 6, 2018) Omaha’s next solid waste collection contract is expected to go out for bid by June. The contract will include collecting garbage, recyclables and yard waste.  The current contract with Waste Mana ...