Storm Water Pollution … What You Can Do to Keep Our Rivers and Streams Clean
Rain by its nature is important for replenishing drinking water supplies, recreation and healthy wildlife habitats. It only becomes a problem when pollutants from activities like car washing and maintenance, lawn care and dog walking are left on the ground for rain to wash away into the storm sewer and ultimately into Nebraska’s rivers and streams. Here are some important ways to prevent storm water pollution:
When it rains it drains - What everyone should know about stormwater
Ralston's Hinge Redevelopment Area . . .
A Press Conference was held on July 1, 2020 to announce that $29 million will be invested in Ralston's Hinge Redevelopment Area!!!
The press release is available for review here.
Due to undermining, the west trail bridge located by Serum Avenue Circle in Ralston is closed. The bridge will be closed until further notice.
POC for this release is Public Works Director Dan Freshman, 402-331-6677, ext. 1310.
Ralston “Hinge” Master Plan
In August 2018, the City of Ralston hired the Omaha-based engineering and planning firm, HDR, to develop a master plan for the “Hinge” redevelopment area. This is a 30-acre site extending along Main Street, from 72nd Street to downtown Ralston. Following a series of public participation meetings, the redevelopment area was extended to include all of downtown Ralston.
The master plan is the result of over a year of effort involving extensive citizen participation, planning, market analysis and site engineering. The concept includes mixed-use (commercial on the first floor with residential above) buildings, a variety of residential development types including apartments and townhomes, open spaces for passive recreation and outdoor entertainment, fountains or other water features, an extension of Burlington Street to 72nd Street and new pedestrian connections to create a friendly environment for people to explore on foot.
City leaders are using the plan and associated research to inform and attract area developers to Ralston’s potential as the next frontier for urban redevelopment in the Omaha metro. For more information contact Ralston City Hall at 402-331-6677.
DID YOU KNOW . . .
There is NO PARKING on any street from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. Guest and construction parking passes may be obtained from the Ralston Police Department by calling 402.331.1786 during business hours, or 402.444.5802 after hours.
Governor Pete Ricketts has unveiled a new website dedicated to providing updates about the State's response to coronavirus. The website features information about the State's plans for coronavirus relief funding as well as links to key public health and virus testing information.
For more information, click here.
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