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COVID-19 Information

Updated July 10th - 8:14am:  The COVID-19 environment continues to evolve and can change rapidly.  This page has been created to keep you informed and provide important information about the latest news and announcements about City of Wahoo operations and services.  The most recent information or announcement will be highlighted.

The City of Wahoo is currently under Phase III of the 'Directed Health Measure' (DHM) issued by the State of Nebraska which began on June 22, 2020Click here to read and review the highlights of the current DHM Order.

Community Resources - Please utilize the following websites and social media sites for more COVID-19 information:
COVID-19 Website
COVID-19 Website / COVID-19 Dashboard
Website / Facebook / Twitter                                                                                                                                                                                  
Facility Closures - The following City of Wahoo facilities and buildings are closed until further notice:

City Hall - Open to walk-in traffic.

Police Department - Closed to walk-in traffic.  Contact the Police Department via their non-emergency phone number at (402) 443-4155.

Civic Center - Open with modified operations.  Click here for more information.

Library - Open with modified operations.  Click here for more information.

Senior Center - Will be re-opening w/modified hours and operations on Monday, July 13th

Community Thrift Store - Open

EMS, Fire & Rescue

Utilities

Utility bills remain due for all Wahoo Utilities customers.  Payments may be dropped off at the drop box or drive through window at City Hall.  To assist our customers, utilities will not be disconnected during the pandemic.

Only Flush Toilet Paper:

The Wastewater Department reminds the public...please, please, please DO NOT flush any product other than toilet paper down your toilet.  Personal sanitary wipes, baby wipes, paper towels, and the like do not easily break down like toilet paper and they do not travel through our sewer system the same way as toilet paper.  They can get snagged easily on imperfections in the lines (like a small tree root or slight turn in the line) and literally the STUFF we want to get rid of starts piling up and is trapped, causing backups.  Those types of items belong in the trash can just like disposable diapers... and should be hauled away with your trash. Thanks for your help!

Building, Inspection  & Permitting

City Hall is open for walk-in traffic.  Appointments are recommended.  Link to our permit page and forms

Parks and Recreation

Click here to visit the Parks and Recreation Department website for current status of facilities, programming, and operations.

Library

The Library is open with modified operations.  Click here to visit their Facebook page for more information and details.

General Information

In our world of social distancing, we are relying on technology to keep us linked to our workplace, friends and family.  But during this time there are those who want to continue to disrupt our lives through scams, cyber-attacks, fake websites, phishing emails, etc.  These actors are trying to take advantage of the public's concern and fear of COVID-19 by getting folks to panic and react rashly.  Remind your friends and loved ones of this to help prevent them from falling prey to these scammers.

NPPD's Corporate Securty team sent out these simple tips for us to share with you.  Be diligent in protecting yourself... and in the words of a wise retired police officer..."if it sounds too good to be true, it's too good to be true".

 

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