Report Concerns

Obstructions

Report sidewalk, bike lane, trail, or road obstructions, including trees or cars blocking sidewalks or trails on the Omaha Mobile App or email or call the Omaha Mayor’s Hotline.

For City of Bellevue, report here; Sarpy County, here; and Council Bluffs, here.

Sidewalks

For sidewalk requests, call Sebastiano “Art” Giaffoglione in Omaha Public Works at 402.444.1360.

For 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 here.

Crosswalks

For crosswalk concerns in Omaha, contact Murthy Koti at: murthy.koti@cityofomaha.org.

Trails

Report trail concerns in Omaha to Dennis E. Bryers, Omaha Parks & Recreation: 402-444-3798 or dennis.bryers@cityofomaha.org. For City of Bellevue, report here; Sarpy County, here; and Council Bluffs, here.

Traffic Calming

Find Omaha Public Works’ Traffic Calming program information here.

Transit

See the contact information here to report bus and MOBY concerns to Metro Transit.

If you experience an early bus, please call Metro’s customer service line (402-341-0800) and file a “formal complaint” for an early bus.

Harassment

There are times when people experience harassment from drivers while out walking or bicycling.

  1. If you feel physically threatened or question your personal security, call 911 and seek a safe space immediately.
  2. If you were harassed, and the perpetrator then left the scene. Call and report to the non-emergency number or file a report online. Get the following information if possible:
    • License plate number
    • Driver description (include sex, age, race, possible impairment)
    • Vehicle description
    • Location
  3. Reporting the perpetrator is important, so there is a record of his/her behavior in the event that s/he injures another person walking or bicycling in the future.
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