- Report snow removal concerns, or other sidewalk, bike lane, or road obstructions on the Omaha Mobile App or email or call the Mayor’s Hotline.
- Sidewalk snow removal: The Omaha Municipal Code states that it shall be the duty of the occupant, as well as the duty of the owner, of any lot or land or real estate in the city, to clear all ice and snow from the sidewalks adjoining the said lot, land, or real estate within 24 hours after the city has declared that snow removal operations on the city’s major streets are complete. Get more information and find a form to report uncleared sidewalks.
- Other sidewalk requests: Call Sebastiano “Art” Giaffoglione in Omaha Public Works at 402.444.1360.
- Find Omaha Public Works’ Traffic Calming program information here.
Plans and Policies
City of Omaha
- Transportation Element (Transportation Master Plan): Projects are listed in the Revised Recommendations and in the Appendix
- Environment Element, Urban Form and Transportation Section: A task force looked at this section and identified six priorities. The priorities related to active transportation, but none were specific to bicycling
- The City’s Capital Improvement Plan shows the projects that are on the City’s 5-year horizon
- Omaha Complete Streets initiative.
- Central Omaha Transit Alternatives Analysis
- City of Bellevue, NE Complete Streets Initiative
- The Metropolitan Area Planning Agency (MAPA) FY 2013–2018 Transportation Improvement Program
- MAPA long-range plan, includes a chapter on bicycles and pedestrians
- MAPA/Metro Regional Transit Vision
- Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District (NRD) trail plan.
- The State of Nebraska maintains the Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan, and it has a section specific for transportation “alternatives,” as well as a section for recreational trails
- Nebraska Dept. of Roads also maintains a Long Range Transportation Plan
Assessments & Scorecards
- Douglas County Health Department Health Impact Assessments
- Advocacy Advance’s Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Nebraska Scorecard
- Tracking State Transportation Dollars