City of Omaha Parks, Recreation & Public Property
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
June 19, 2013 - POOL UPDATES for 6/19/2013
June 19, 2013
Take it to the Park, Coca-Cola Park Contest America is Your Park
Log-in once a day and vote for Elmwood Park in the “America is Your Park” campaign issued by Coca-Cola! Our goal is to be in the top 25 by July 15th and have a chance at winning the wild card grant for the amount of $15,000.
Other ways to vote for Elmwood Park:
- Check in using Foursquare once a day and earn 5 points
- Log at least 20 minutes of physical activity each day with MapMyFitness and get 10 points
June 18, 2013
Pickleball -The Newest Sport Craze for All Ages and Fitness Levels
June 13, 2013
Top 15 Park Systems in USA: Omaha Parks Ranks 11th
June 3, 2013
Discover the fun in Omaha Parks & Recreation Summer Programs!
May 30, 2013
Weekend marks opening of Public Pools
May 14, 2013
New Outdoor Riverfront tradition begins this Friday!
May 13, 2013
The Omaha Park and Boulevard System has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
April 25, 2013
Omaha's Historic Boulevard Master Plan
This plan for Omaha's Historic Boulevard Master Plan was developed as a way to be proactive about restoring and enhancing our city's historic boulevards after transportation and sewer projects are implemented along these streets. The plan has passed the Omaha Park and Recreation Advisory Board as well as the Planning Board. It will go to City Council for approval within the next month.
April 10, 2013
Hummel Park restoration honored with 2013 Green Leaf
RecTrac Online Registration
RecTrac Online Registration enables you to make facility requests and register your household members (family) and yourself online for activities and programs offered. Look for more programs to register for in the coming months.
What you can do with RecTrac and How to Register for Classes?
Help Preserve Omaha's Public Art
Help preserve Omaha's Public Art with the purchase of Allan Tubach's artwork, "Omaha Strata," a painting that depicts Omaha by Design's philosophy of preserving and protecting the evolving community of Omaha.