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309 N 5th St, Norfolk, NE 68701
Phone: (402) 844-2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

City News

City of Norfolk Water and Sewer Director Dennis Watts said people can be very secure in knowing that the City of Norfolk water is safe to drink.  Read more in the February 9th Norfolk Insider.

The Snow Emergency declared on February 1, 2016 has ended.  Read more in the February 5th Norfolk Insider.

City of Norfolk Fire Chief Scott Cordes asks residents to clear the snow away from fire hydrants on their property.  Read more in the February 4th Norfolk Insider.

City of Norfolk Operations Manager Jim Dooley reminds citizens that there is a planned rotation as to what street gets cleared when.  Read more in the February 3rd (b) Norfolk Insider.

City of Norfolk Administration offices are closed today, Wednesday, February 3. Limited staff will be available for those calling the office only.  Read more in the February 3rd Norfolk Insider.

City Administrator Shane Weidner asks that citizens stay off the streets to let the snow plow operators do their job.  Read more in the February 2nd Norfolk Insider.

The City of Norfolk has declared a Snow Emergency effective today.  Read more in the February 1st Norfolk Insider.

To celebrate Norfolk’s 150 years of progress, the Norfolk Odd Fellows Lodge’s annual Fourth of July parade will include a timeline of events from the last century and a half.  Read more in the January 19th (b) Norfolk Insider.

Dr. Fletcher appreciates the service he and his staff receive at the Norfolk airport which prompted him to write a letter of appreciation.  Read more in the January 19th Norfolk Insider.

Some cottonwood trees removed as the City prepares for a new trail and other refurbishments coming to Johnson Park.  Read more in the January 8th (b) Norfolk Insider.

Courtney Dentlinger extolled for her work with the Norfolk Area Economic Development Council.  Read more in the January 8th Norfolk Insider.

There’s a big difference between clearing snow from busy highways and clearing it from City streets.  Read more in the January 6th Norfolk Insider.

Walk 150 challenges participants to walk 150 miles between now and July 1, 2016.  Read more in the January 4th (b) Norfolk Insider.

It’s against the law and a safety issue if you push snow into the city streets.  Read more in the January 4th Norfolk Insider.

The City of Norfolk has declared a Snow Emergency effective today.  Read more in the December 28th (b) Norfolk Insider.

You can call the City Snow Number at 844-2299 if you want to know if a snow emergency has been declared.  Read more in the December 28th Norfolk Insider.

Northeast Community College physical therapy assistant students recently taught City of Norfolk employees principles on ergonomics.  Read more in the December 21st Norfolk Insider.

Employees recognized at the recent Annual City of Norfolk Employee Appreciation Luncheon.  Read more in the December 18th Norfolk Insider.

Courtney Dentlinger will leave her position with the City of Norfolk to become the Director of the Nebraska State Department of Economic Development.  Read more in the December 16th Norfolk Insider.

Come see the “Literary Tree Contest” entries at the Norfolk Public Library and in the December 15th Norfolk Insider.

The Norfolk Housing Development Corporation is hosting the first Northeast Nebraska Fair Housing Conference on April 7, 2016 at the Lifelong Learning Center in Norfolk.  Read more in the December 14th Norfolk Insider.

The Norfolk Community Forest project was awarded $5,000 to plant trees in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park and on a wellfield west of Norfolk.  Read more in the December 8th Norfolk Insider.

Lower interest rates and higher than expected occupation tax revenue are among factors contributing to $3.4 million savings on recreation bonds.  Read more in the December 7th Norfolk Insider.

The Norfolk Airport helps Santa six days a week to make sure those last minute Christmas gifts are delivered on time.  Read more in the December 2nd Norfolk Insider.

Drivers need to proceed with caution as North Airport Road closes temporarily.  Read more in the December 1st Norfolk Insider.

Norfolk Fire Marshal Zwiebel reminds people of a few safety tips when using a turkey fryer.  Read more in the November 24th Norfolk Insider.

The Small Business Resource Team encourages shoppers to Dine Small at a small business the Saturday after Thanksgiving and stopping at a food truck may be the place to start.  Read more in the November 20th Norfolk Insider.

A new trail in Ta-Ha-Zouka Park will allow walkers, runners, bikers, and ball players to loop around the ballfields to the Elkhorn River Trail.  Read more in the November 18th Norfolk Insider.

Recreation bonds will be paid off earlier than anticipated saving $3.4 million.  Read more in the November 17th Norfolk Insider.

The Norfolk Area Small Business Resource Team is promoting Small Business Saturday on November 28.  Read more in the November 16th Norfolk Insider.

Wednesday’s weather was a reminder that it’s snow season.  Looks for notes on snow in the November 13th (b) Norfolk Insider.

Norfolk’s water tower will come down in late 2017 or early 2018.  Read more in the November 13th Norfolk Insider.

The third class of Norfolk 101: Citizens Academy recently finished with a meeting with the City Council.  Read more in the November 6th Norfolk Insider.

With more people on Norfolk's trails, a little common sense and courtesy will ensure a fun time for all.  Read more in the November 5th Norfolk Insider.

The Norfolk Housing Agency is responsible for over $800,000 of federal housing assistance money with an increase expected in 2016.  Read more in the November 4th Norfolk Insider.

The Norfolk Public Library recently went live with a new "one stop shop" online catalog.  Read more in the November 2nd Norfolk Insider.

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Current Projects and Information

The Norfolk Public Library is now offering free on-line training on Microsoft Office, Windows and many other subjects.

City Council Meetings are now streamed live on the Internet so you can watch them on your computer.  Click "City Meetings" under Quick Links, then click "Live Video of City Council Meeting"

Free public Wi-Fi Internet access is now available at the Public Library, the Council Chambers, and at Memorial Field.

 

 

Norfolk Celebrating 150 years

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