There are an estimated 190 neighborhood associations within the Omaha metropolitan area, which fall within five neighborhood organizations known as as neighborhood alliances. Individual neighborhood associations united by geography come together for a macro-view of their area of the city.
The neighborhood alliances serve as community forums where neighborhood associations can share their concerns, best practices and current initiatives. They are also an opportunity to undertake collaborative projects between neighborhoods in close proximity. This framework gives neighborhoods the opportunity to discuss and discover resident demands. All alliance meetings are open to the public. Below is detailed information about each neighborhood alliance and how to get involved.
Midtown Neighborhood Alliance
The Midtown Neighborhood Alliance (MNA) is an alliance of midtown neighborhood associations whose common mission is to preserve the integrity of and advocate for a vibrant community that is sustainable, secure, diverse, historically rich and economically strong. The MNA advocates before city government on behalf of neighborhoods, awards yearly mini grants, recognizes exceptional landlords, and restores and maintains the tree canopy in midtown through the Midtown Retree Program.
For more information, contact Diana C. Failla, president, at 402.651.5779 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
East-west from I-480 to 72nd Street, I-80 south to Cuming and Hamilton to the north
3rd Tuesday of each month (excluding December and July) from 6:30 to 8:00pm at The Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center on the UNO campus
North 24th Street Corridor
North Omaha Neighborhood Alliance
The North Omaha Neighborhood Alliance is dedicated to improving the quality of life in our community by supporting, connecting and growing North Omaha neighborhoods. For more information, contact NONA at email@example.com
Every 4th Thursday at 6:30pm, new location TBD
Northwest Omaha Neighborhood Alliance
The Northwest Omaha Neighborhood Alliance seeks to enhance and improve the quality of life in surrounding neighborhoods through collaborative efforts, give a greater voice to common issues, encourage communications and relationships among neighbors and business owners in matters of public services and environmental protection, prevent crime through the use of approved programs (such as but not limited to Neighborhood Watch and Citizens Patrol), and promote and participate in the civic life of Omaha.
For more information, contact Dennis Brown at 402.630.8544 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dodge Street north to the Washington County line, 72nd Street west to the Elkhorn River.
Second Thursday of January, April, July and October, 7:00pm at the Omaha Public Library’s Abraham Banch, 5111 N. 90th St.
South Omaha Neighborhood Alliance
The South Omaha Neighborhood Alliance is dedicated to enhancing South Omaha neighborhoods through communication, collaboration, empowerment and promoting positive perceptions. For more information, contact SONA at email@example.com.
72nd Street (western boundary), Missouri River (eastern boundary), Dodge Street (northern boundary), Harrison Street (southern boundary)
Regular meetings occur the first Thursday of January, May, August and November, time and locations vary
Southwest Omaha Neighborhood Alliance
The Southwest Omaha Neighborhood Alliance is composed of neighborhood associations and business districts in and around southwest Omaha. Members believe in working together to affect positive interaction and communications to maintain and improve our community. For more information, contact Mike Hohnstein at 402.306.6715 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dodge Street south to Harrison and 72nd Street west to the Elkhorn River
Meets at the Millard Public Library as needed