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City of Omaha Parks, Recreation and Public Property

Address:
1819 Farnam St Suite 701
Omaha, NE 68183
Main Office:......402-444-5900
Fax:..................402-444-4921


Golf:...............................

402-444-5953

Marketing:......................

402-444-4640

Open Space Rental:......

402-444-4653

Park Maintenance:.........

402-444-5955

Park Planning:...............

402-444-4915

Reserve Picnic Shelters:

402-444-6733

Recreation:....................

402-444-5930

Trees:.............................

402-444-5925

Volunteering:..................

402-444-6733

Wedding Reservations:..

402-444-5920

Weeds & Litter:..............

402-444-5910

News and Events

  • Arbor Day observance this Friday at Glenn Cunningham La ...

    2015-04-19 19:57:00

    (Omaha, Neb. – April 20, 2015) - Mayor Jean Stothert, City of Omaha Parks and Recreation staff, and members from QLI. will observe Arbor Day this Friday, April 24, at 2:00 p.m. at the new Universal Complex at Glenn Cun ...

  • Riverfront Trail Public Meeting

    2015-04-10 20:54:18

    The City of Omaha Parks, Recreation and Public Property Department will hold a public meeting regarding the proposed construction of the Phase 4 portion of the Riverfront Trail along Abbott Drive and the Levi Carter Park ...

  • Bridge Beats Summer Lineup Announcement

    2015-04-03 17:43:19

    Free Riverfront Concert Series Returns for Third Year Bridge Beats returns for its third season at the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge Plaza. The free summer concert series, presented by the City of Omaha Parks and Recre ...

  • 2015 Discovery Guide Available Online

    2015-03-27 17:43:55

    Make plans to do something new and exciting this season with Omaha Parks and Recreation. Download a copy of #OmahaParks 2015 Discovery Guide and you will find parks and facilities in the spotlight, special events, activi ...

  • New Responsive Website Launched

    2015-03-27 17:33:20

    The City of Omaha Parks and Recreation Department announced today that it has launched a redesigned city website in an effort to enhance online transparency and to create a more user-friendly site for its residents, busi ...