This volunteer group will help execute a series of small public space interventions during the course of the year that are related to the organization’s four areas of emphasis.
This annual worldwide event encourages artists, designers and citizens to transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks.
The tree planting, set to occur this fall, is part of a larger effort to honor Fontenelle Boulevard’s place in Omaha history and make it a destination for health, fitness and art appreciation.
Since the closing of the Neighborhood Center’s Omaha office in February 2013, representatives from the city’s six neighborhood alliances have been meeting to discuss how to best address the needs of Omaha’s neighborhoods.
Want to help restore this work? Contact Emily Burgess at 402.444.4640.
In this issue…rain garden workshop and late summer plant sale Sept. 13, registration now open for I/N the Neighborhood Conference and more.