Weeping Water Nebraska


If you have items for the newsletter, please submit them by 4:30pm on Mondays to make sure we have time to get them in the newest edition of the newsletter.  Send in any pics, news, upcoming events etc. that you would like to see in the newsletter.  Thank you.


A very Merry Christmas to all!!!

City offices will be closed

Monday, December 24th &

Tuesday, December 25th.



The week of December 24th and 31st garbage collection will be as follows:

Residents on the north side of Eldora Ave will have collection on Thursday

Residents on the south side of Eldora Ave will have collection on Friday

If you have any questions, please call the city office at 402-267-5152.


There are 2 vacancies on the Pool Board.  If you would be willing to fill one of these vacancies, please contact City Hall @ 402-267-5152.  Thank You.


If you own or operate a UTV or ATV in the city limits, please be sure to stop by the city office and register it.  Office hours are 8am to 4pm Monday thru Friday.  There is a $25 fee due at the time of registration.  Please drive your UTV or ATV to the office so we can make sure all lights are in working order and that a safety flag has been attached to your vehicle.  Copies of the ordinances allowing UTVs and ATVs  on city streets are also available.



Full-time Office Manager (40 hours/week) in Cass County Extension office starting mid-January located on the fairgrounds, 3 miles north of Weeping Water.  Computer skills imperative, experience preferred.  Application available on the county website, www.cassne.org.  Mail or hand deliver to 8400 144th Street, Weeping Water  68463, by Friday, December 21.  Full Benefits.  Job description on www.cass.unl.edu.  Cass County is an EOE.


    January is National Blood Donor Month, a time when the American Red Cross recognizes and thanks the millions of dedicated blood donors across the country for helping ensure a stable blood supply for patients in need.

Since 1970, National Blood Donor Month has been celebrated in an effort to educate Americans about the importance of regular blood donation and the impact it can have.  Every day, around 44,000 pints of blood are needed in hospitals to help treat trauma victims, surgery patients, organ transplant recipients, premature babies, cancer patients and more.

January can be an especially challenging month to collect blood donations because of inclement weather and seasonal illnesses.  Throughout the month, the Red Cross is honoring the contributions of those who roll up their sleeves to help save lives, one donation at a time.

Upcoming blood donation opportunities in Cass County:

January 5 from 7am to 1pm at Louisville High School - 202 W Third Street

January 7 from 11:30am to 5:30pm at Plattsmouth Methodist Church - 702 Main St

January 7 from 1-6pm at Fire Hall - 601 N Fourth St - Elmwood NE


Stroke Detection_Plus