La Vista Park Views
14 days. Endless ideas.
The view from La Vista looks pretty great, particularly along Corridor 84, but there’s always room for improvement!

We’re already planning the next phases, including the public green spaces in the area and we need your help. For a two-week span of time in late September and early October, La Vista residents will be asked to share their ideas for the future!

The City will be hosting two public engagement opportunities to gather feedback on the types of amenities and activities residents would like to see in La Vista’s parks. There will be discussion about newer areas such as the green space planned inside City Centre and Civic Center Park, as well as existing sites including Central Park and the Kelly McMahon Fields.
COVID Warrior Yard Signs
Buy One Get One 50% off!
All proceeds will be donated to the Tri-City Food Pantry
Support our front line workers from your front yard!

Our COVID Warrior Yard Signs are now Buy 1 Get 1 half off!

All proceeds benefit the Tri-City Food Pantry!
Dynamic Duo Storytime!
Ms. Jodi and Mr. David are reading a story together again!

But, wait, why are they walking along a park trail while they're doing that?

Watch this Dynamic Duo Storytime to find out!!

For more info. on La Vista Park Views, visit our website, CityofLaVista.org/ParkViews.
Curbside Service available
at the Library
The La Vista Public Library is offering limited curbside pick-up service to patrons.

This service is available to those who currently have a library card and will take place when the Library is open.

There are three options to request materials from the Library during this time:
  1. Call 402-537-3900.
  2. Send an e-mail to lvlibrary@cityoflavista.org.
  3. Place a hold on the desired materials by visiting the Library’s online catalog (www.cityoflavista.org/librarycatalog) and logging in to your account.

Patrons must have less than $60 in overdue fines.

When requested materials are ready to be picked up, Library staff will call the patron with a specified pick-up day and time. To pick-up materials, patrons will arrive at their designated time on the west side of the Library.

Materials can be returned at any time using the book drop on the west side of the building. Any items too large for the book drop, such as board games, should not be returned until the Library is open again. Patrons will not be allowed to return items to staff when retrieving other items.

All staff will be wearing masks and practicing social distancing whenever possible, and all materials will be sanitized before being distributed and after being returned to the Library.
Programming, Safety Precautions at the La Vista Senior Center
Now that the La Vista Community Center is open again, there is a variety of activities available for seniors and staff is taking many precautions to keep our seniors safe.

Watch this video to find out more or contact Senior Services Manager Kaily Stanley at 402-331-3455.
Fall Youth Sports Registration
Registration is still open for our coed youth volleyball program for boys and girls grades 3-8.

The final registration deadline for this program is October 5.

Registration dates and prices vary by sport and can be found on our website.
Fun Friday - Perfect Parks
What would you put in your dream park?

Mr. David and #TeamTrenton take a break from their #LoveLaVista Hashtag Challenges to dream up their perfect parks!

It's all part of our La Vista Park Views planning process.

Learn more on our website at CityofLaVista.org/ParkViews.
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La Vista City Hall
8116 Park View Boulevard
La Vista, NE 68128
Phone: 402-331-4343
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