Latest News

MNA has a new meeting date and location.  Plan to join us on the Third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm, at the Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center, 6400 South, University Drive Rd N, Omaha, NE 68182

May 4, 2014 12 – 3 pm Clean & Green Event! Join your Midtown Crossing neighbors and help make our community clean and green! Midtown CrossIng, ParK EasT & Leavenworth NeIghborhoods; Sponsored by Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church

Bank of The West Investment Supports Historic Downtown Improvements

Midtown Neighborhood Alliance to Pilot Mini Grant Program

Neighborhood Needs Assessment Open Forum

NUSA Kick Off! We hope you can attend this exciting event. Learn about Neighborhoods USA and how the City of Omaha will be bringing over 1,000 people to showcase the surrounding neighborhoods from Council bluffs to Elkhorn, Bellevue to Ponca Hills.

Looking to improve your home and find resources to help with that effort?  We have a section on our site about this topic.  Check it out under the Resources Tab.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator Carlos Morales shares a presentation about increasing alternative modes of transportation in Omaha.  You can also visit www.iridedouglascounty.org.

May 4, 2014 12 – 3 pm Clean & Green Event! Join your Midtown Crossing neighbors and help make our community clean and green! Midtown CrossIng, ParK EasT & Leavenworth NeIghborhoods; Sponsored by Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church

Bank of The West Investment Supports Historic Downtown Improvements

Midtown Neighborhood Alliance to Pilot Mini Grant Program

Neighborhood Needs Assessment Open Forum

 NUSA Kick Off! We hope you can attend this exciting event. Learn about Neighborhoods USA and how the City of Omaha will be bringing over 1,000 people to showcase the surrounding neighborhoods from Council bluffs to Elkhorn, Bellevue to Ponca Hills.

Looking to improve your home and find resources to help with that effort?  We have a section on our site about this topic.  Check it out under the Resources Tab.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator Carlos Morales shares a presentation about increasing alternative modes of transportation in Omaha.  You can also visit www.iridedouglascounty.org.

What we do!!

The term neighborhood association is sometimes incorrectly used instead of homeowners association (HOA). But neighborhood associations are not homeowners associations (HOA). An HOA is a group of property owners with the legal authority to enforce rules and regulations that focus on restrictions and building and safety issues. On the other hand, a neighborhood association is a group of neighbors and business owners who work together for changes and improvements such as neighborhood safety, beautification and social activities. They reinforce rules and regulations through education, peer pressure and by looking out for each other.