Mayor Announces Annual Series of Town Hall Meetings

Mayor Stothert has announced her annual series of Town Hall Meetings beginning Monday, September 16th. She will be holding one meeting in each of the seven City Council Districts. All meetings will begin at 6pm. If you aren’t sure which district you live in, you can check this map. Here is the meeting schedule:

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Pictures from Omaha NeighborFest 2018

Happy Friday!

The first pictures from last weekend’s Omaha NeighborFest are in. Check out the slideshow above. More pictures will be added in the coming days. Thanks to photographers Matt Wettengel and Alisha Davis and to everyone else who took part in NeighborFest.

Have a great weekend,

Mike

 

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NeighborFest Is This Sunday!

Good afternoon,

Omaha NeighborFest is just 3 days away! The event is from 2pm to 10pm this upcoming Sunday, September 2nd. We wanted to take a moment to share the full program schedule with you ahead of time so you can plan your day around your interests. Below is a list of activities, times, and descriptions. You can also check out our Facebook events for these activities here. Stop by the One Omaha tent to get a schedule, a map, and all of your questions answered. See you Sunday!

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Neighborhood Needs Assessment

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To help guide the next steps for Omaha’s Neighborhood Associations, the Center for Public Affairs Research at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, in coordination with ONE Omaha, is conducting a neighborhood needs assessment. This needs assessment will help to identify strategies that make best use of existing resources and offer the best response to neighborhood conditions.

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South Omaha Leadership Academy Recap

Last week we wrapped up our South Omaha Leadership Series. 33 leaders in total participated, representing 28 associations and organizations. The series began in April with the Neighborhood Leadership Academy, a series of organizational skills trainings for neighborhood leaders.

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National Night Outs Return August 7th

The first step to building well-connected communities is creating and supporting opportunities for neighbors to get to know each other.

National Night Out is an annual event hosted by neighborhoods across Omaha with the goals of bringing people together and creating positive experiences between residents, police officers, fire fighters, and local representatives.

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Omaha NeighborFest 2018: Activating People, Places, and Spaces

Earlier this year, One Omaha brought together a group of passionate community leaders from all around Omaha to form the steering committee for a third annual local neighborhoods conference. The committee, a group with diverse backgrounds, interests, and experiences, wanted to do something that was different, fun, and not necessarily confined to the norms of a standard conference. Their ideas have taken form in the creation of Omaha NeighborFest: Activating People, Places, and Spaces.

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