The Access and Mobility Leaf is one of four new awards that will be presented by Omaha by Design in 2015.
The selected artists/artist teams will receive a $300 stipend for use of their designs, and the selected originals will be auctioned off to help fund the project in subsequent years.
The Omaha by Design Board of Directors meets four times per year to establish long-range objectives and financial stability for the organization.
CPTED strategies rely on the ability to influence offender decisions that precede criminal acts.
The Place Game, a free service of Omaha by Design, is an organized way of brainstorming potential improvements to public spaces by listening to the people who use them.
In this issue…nominees sought for May 14 preservation awards.