What is Omaha.net?
We’re the new kids on the block. Building a great website takes time, and we’re still teething a little. So, if you don’t find all the information you’re looking for drop us a line and we’ll get the team on it. We’re also working every day to add more content, including a whole bunch of snazzy videos and pictures.
So, poke around using the links above you and to your left to view videos, see pictures, and read information from your favorite restaurants, bands, dentists, neighbors, parks, sports teams…and more.
We’ll tell you what to do if you LIVE in Omaha, what to do if you VISIT Omaha, and what to do if you find yourself somewhere in between. We’ve got your neighborhoods covered, Downtown, Midtown, North, South, and West, whether you want a movie listing for what’s playing down the block or a hotel reservation for the sales meeting in 3 months.
Everything here comes with maps, pictures, opinions, and a side of curly fries. This is your one stop for everything Omaha!
—The Omaha.net Team
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About Omaha, Nebraska
Living the Latin motto, "Fortiter in Re" or "Courageously in every enterprise," Omaha is the biggest city in the State of Nebraska and serves as the county seat of Douglas County. Located in the eastern part of the state in the Midwestern United States, Omaha really is a courageous city delving into all kinds of business enterprise, being a home to five Fortune 500 companies and a wealth of Nebraskan information technology, engineering, architecture, education and economy.
A home of more than 400,000 Americans, Omaha is also the 60th largest metropolitan city in the United States. It is melting pot of culture where Mexican, Jewish, African American, Irish, Asian, German, Greek, and Native American communities live with a peaceful small town atmosphere. It is brilliantly situated near the Missouri River, about 30 kilometers north of the mouth of the Platte River. Omaha is called the "Gateway to the West" because of its crucial role as the transportation center to the west of the United States in the 19th century and the main city where key industries flourish like breweries, stockyards and meatpacking plants. Today, it is also a center of Nebraskan tourism, a haven of travelers whose eyes are longing for historical, cultural and modern attractions.