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Sarpy County
July 21, 2017

The Sarpy County Board of Commissioners is pleased to announce the appointment of John M. Hubbard as Sarpy County’s new Corrections Director. Mr. Hubbard, a Papillion resident, currently serves as the Deputy Director of the Douglas County, Nebraska Department of Corrections.  He has over 36 years of experience in the field of...

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July 07, 2017

Phone service has been restored to the Courthouse.  Updated 12:20pm 7/7/2017

June 06, 2017

Sarpy County Considers Southern Ridge Wastewater Treatment

South Ridge Waste Water Plant Study Presentation

May 22, 2017

Notice of Valuation Change

On or before June 1, in addition to the notice of preliminary valuation published pursuant to section 77-1301, the county assessor shall notify the owner of record as of May 20 of every item of real property which has been assessed at a value different than in the previous year.  Such notice shall be given by first-class mail addressed to such owner's last-known address.  It shall identify the item of real property and state the old and new valuation, the date convening of the county board of equalization, and the dates for filing a protest.

April 03, 2017

PDF iconBeginning Monday April 3rd, 2017, 114th Street from Hwy 370 to Schram Road and Schram Road from 114th Street to 111th Street will be closed to continue with grading, storm sewer and paving of 114th Street and Schram Road.

The completion of this project is June 5, 2017, weather permitting.

Contractor: Chris Wilsey, Tab Construction (402) 331-1244

Project Inspector: Joe Oetken, Lamp Rynearson & Associates (402) 496-2498

Owner: Project Administrator: Bill Herr (402) 537-6906

We are requesting the traveling public to be aware of the road closures and to find alternate routes of travel.

NOTE: Residents along these roadways will be allowed to access their property during this time of construction

    February 21, 2017

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    Transit Feasibility Study - Final Report

    January 02, 2017

    Sarpy County is again pleased to partner with the cities in Sarpy County to offer spring and fall clean up events to residents. The County’s willingness to waive its landfill charges has been part of the program for many years and has helped the communities provide an opportunity for citizens to dispose of unwanted trash at no cost.

    View Clean Up Date Schedule

    May 24, 2016

    Southern Ridge Wastewater Treatment Study

    • Background
    • Results
    • Next Steps

    Southern Ridge Wastewater Treatment Study

    May 17, 2016

    ProjectPurpose

    • To analyze transportation and land use options for the corridor.
    • Determine Platteview’s function as a major east wes tcorridor given new Missouri River bridge crossing

    ProjectGoals

    • Improve traffic safety
    • Provide for system linkage
    • Travel time reduction
    • Support future development

    Platteview Road Project

    Platteview Road Corridor Study

    April 01, 2016

    Vision

    To inspire healthy living and strengthen community through a state-of-the-art, championship athletic park accessible to all.

    Mission

    We strive to facilitate healthy living and athletic excellence to people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. ▪ To host local, regional and national amateur athletic events ▪ To raise the level of participation, performance and opportunity for athletes ▪ To serve Nebraskans from cradle to grave by ensuring accessibility regardless of age, ability and socioeconomic status ▪ To make a positive economic impact on Nebraska

    Nebraska Multi-Sport Complex Project Information