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Effective immediately, May 31, 2019, two sections of the Riverfront Trail will be closed.  A section of the trail from Crown Point Avenue & Ida Street to John Pershing Drive & the Minne Lusa Ditch along with a section of the trail from 1st & Hickory Streets south to 10th & Missouri Avenue will be closed so that temporary pumps can be installed along the flood levee.  These sections of the trail will be closed until further notice. 
 
For additional information please contact Dennis E. Bryers, FASLA, PLA in the Omaha Parks, Recreation and Public Property Department at Dennis.Bryers@cityofomaha.org or at 402-444-3798.
 
Riverfront Trail Closure 5.31.19
Riverfront Trail South

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