Grant program to correct critical repairs that threaten the health, safety, and welfare of very-low income households.
Eligible repairs include:
-Heating systems (furnaces)
-Replacement of faulty water heaters
-Repair exterior water service lines
-Electrical problems with the electrical service on the exterior (outsid...
Grant program to identify and make minor repairs up to $4,800 that increase the energy efficiency and provide healthy home improvements to homes for low/moderate income households living east of 72nd Street in Omaha.
Energy Conservation modifications and improvements may include:
-Install/replace storm windows and storm doors
Minor repairs inside home, minor modifications for those within Omaha city limits.
Services may include:
Installing handrails, door locks, and wide-range viewers
Building wheelchair ramps (depends on slope and grade of property, property lines)
Minor plumbing repairs - no electrical services
Installing window locks
Helps owner-investors with single family properties (1-4 units) east of 72nd Street make necessary repairs to their homes and ultimately aid in the revitalization of neighborhoods and communities. Rehabilitated properties are to be rented to low to moderate income persons.
If determined eligible, a construction specialist will schedule ...
Helps low to moderate income homeowners make necessary repairs to their homes and ultimately aid in the revitalization of neighborhoods and communities. Includes the Full Rehab Program and Exterior Repair Program.
Modifications and improvements fall into four categories:
-Lead Based Paint Hazards - removal or stabilization of deter...
CenturyLink Center 341-1500
City Council, 444-5520
City Hal Civic Center, 444-7000
Douglas County Emergency Management 444-5040
Communications Division, 444-5800 (911 Center)
Omaha Douglas Credit Union, 444-5999
Fire Division, 444-5700
Handyman Program, 444-5219, for homeowners, 60 years of age and older, in Dougl...
Crime reporting agency offering a telephone number, web tips and text messaging to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies fight crime; callers remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward if the information given leads to an arrest or grand jury indictment of a felony off...
Fire prevention information.
Smoke detector provision and installation.
Check existing smoke detectors and change batteries for elderly and disabled.
Youth Fire Stopper Program available to youth under age 18. Anyone with a concern about a youth can refer to the program.
Fire station tours.
Northeast Precinct - 4316 North 30th Street - 444-6916
Southeast Precinct - 2475 Deer Park Boulevard - 444-4041
Northwest Precinct - 10245 Wiesman Drive - 444-3765
Southwest Precinct - 5111 South 135th Street - 444-6116
West Precinct - 20924 Cumberland Drive - 444-5995
Community Resource Center...
Spring clean up program for those within Omaha city limits only. Program generally runs April thru Mid-May. On specified Saturdays, a pre-determined location accepts only materials that cannot be set out for regular recycling or trash.
Fall clean up program for those within Omaha city limits only. Program generally runs mid-October ...
Eliminates and stabilizes lead-based paint hazards and other lead related hazards for single-family and multi-family residences. Includes both interior and exterior lead paint hazards.
The following repairs are eligible:
-Replace windows and door with lead-based paint
-Stabilize or remove lead-based paint on porches