Historic Main Street

Historic Main Street

The first white settlers arrived In March 1856. Elam Flower and Darrell Reed built a log house, which was used at various times as a church, a school, and a stable. In 1857 a post office named “Weeping Water” was established. It was 10 years before a village was platted and a store opened. The... Read More

Local Commerce

Local Commerce

Airport (sky diving), American Legion Club, Auto parts store, Auto repair shop, Banks and loan offices, Beauty shops,  Bookkeeping service, Building and construction firms, Car wash, Ceramic shops, City park, fishing lake & Campground, Community center, Community theater, Convenience stor... Read More

Weeping Water Park

Weeping Water Park

CAMPGROUND REGULATIONS: Camp fees:  Electrical - $15.00 per night     Tents: $7.00 per night All Campers must be parked on a camper pad.  One Camper per pad. One tent for immediate family allowed with camper.  Additional tents will each be charged $7.00 per night. ... Read More

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City Council Meeting at 6pm
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Community Garage Sales-May 1 & 2

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Weeping Water Newsletter - April 15, 2015



Don't forget the Pet Clinic is scheduled for this Saturday, April 18 from 9-11am at the fire barn.  Plattsmouth Veterinary Clinic personnel will be on hand to give vaccinations and City personnel will also to be on hand to license your pet(s) at that time.  There is a $7 per pet licensing fee and you need to have proof of rabies vaccine.  All pets must be licensed by May 1st.  You can stop by the city office anytime between the hours 8am-4pm, Monday-Friday to license also.

Any person who owns, possesses, keeps, harbors, or has charge, custody, or control of an animal or permits an animal to habitually remain or be lodged or fed within his or her house, store, building, enclosure, yard, lot, grounds, or premises must license that animal.  This includes BOTH dogs and cats.


If you would like to be on the list for the Community Garage Sales, which will be held Friday, May 1st and Saturday, Mary 2, please give Desi Rae Nash a call at 402-429-1896.


Senior meals are available at the Hopper Community Center, 101 W Eldora Ave., Suite 3, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Call Ruth Vogt at 402-267-5303 to order a meal or schedule a delivery.


Wednesday, April 15, 2015

swiss steak

mash potatoes & gravy




Friday, April 17. 2015

chicken & noodles

mash potatoes


carrot salad

applesauce bars

Monday, April 20, 2015


green beans

lettuce salad

garlic bread


Wednesday, April 22, 2015

cornbeef & cabbage



watergate salad



Spaghetii Feed





APRIL 15:  Barbara Slattery of Slattery Vintage Estates

The History of Growning Grapes in Nebraska

& possibly some wine tasting.

MAY 20:  Vickie roberts "A Quilt Lovers Collection"

(old quilts and the stories behind them).

June 17:  Don gappa returns with this antiques  

and bring some of your own.

July 15:  Jim Joyner - wood carving, come and learn.

August 19:  Jean Colbert with her extensive key chain

collection with stories behind them.

September 16:  Dr. Bryan Hufstader:   Gold Standard

Chiropractic, Omega 3 & Vitamin D:  The

worlds most evidence based wellness

prevention and protocol.

October 21:  Roy Smith returns again this year to tell us

 about Middle Cass County Peioneer Cemeteries.

All programs are from 12:00 - 1:00, bring your lunch, coffee,

iced tea and cookies will be provided.

Programs are subject to change.  Info - 267-5562