2019 National Night Out

This year’s annual National Night Out event will take place in neighborhoods across the city on the evening of Tuesday, August 6th.

For those of you planning events, you can now request Police Officer and Firefighter attendance here.

The deadline for requests is Friday, July 26th.

Last month, Mayor Stothert recommended and City Council approved renaming the Columbus Park Community Center to honor long time public servant Subby Anzaldo. The center will be renamed the “Subby Anzaldo Columbus Park Community Center.”

A brief unveiling ceremony has been planned with the Anzaldo family for Thursday, May 23rd at 10:30am. The center is located at 1515 South 24th Street.

You can learn more about Subby Anzaldo here.


2019 National Night Out
One Thing | May 22, 2019

This year’s annual National Night Out event will take place in neighborhoods across the city on the evening of Tuesday,… continue reading

Midtown/West Omaha Leadership Series
Leadership Series | Uncategorized | May 14, 2019

The Leadership Series, a set of geographically focused educational trainings, has been scheduled for Midtown/West Omaha. The series is designed… continue reading

North Omaha Leadership Series
Leadership Series | May 7, 2019

We wrapped up our Leadership Series in North Omaha this past Saturday with the Citizens’ Academy and panel presentations on… continue reading

2019 North Omaha Citizens’ Academy
Leadership Series | April 29, 2019

Registration will soon close for this one-day series of conversational workshops designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge… continue reading

Spring Cleanup 2019
Community | April 25, 2019

Only a couple of days before the start of Spring Cleanup 2019! You can find out how, when, and where… continue reading

Neighborhood Meet Up, April 20th
One Thing | April 8, 2019

We’re hosting our next Neighborhood Meet Up on Saturday, April 20th (following the North Omaha Block Talks Training). This will… continue reading


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