Celebrate Spring in La Vista!
Take a shine to these spring events
Spring is finally upon us and the City of La Vista has some fun, practical and memorable opportunities for you! Check them out below and then visit our Spring 2021 page on our website for more info.

April 3 | 10 a.m. – Noon | City Hall
Drive by City Hall and fill your baskets with sweets and treats.

April 19-25 | 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. | 96th & Portal Rd.
Recycle or dispose of your yard waste, electronics and larger/bulky junk.

April 30 | 6 – 7 p.m. | Small Pond by Santa’s Workshop
Join us for an Arbor Day tree planting in honor of former Mayor Harold “Andy” Anderson, plus a storybook walk around the pond. And take home a tree sapling (while supplies last)!

A few plots remain in our community gardens — located in several La Vista parks. Call the Community Center for more info. 402.331.3455.

Honor a loved one by purchasing a tree in their memory. Call the Public Works Department for more info. at 402.331.8927.
Registration Now Open for
Adult Softball League
Games tentatively start the week of April 5 - July 17.
Start/end date is subject to change.

Coed, Men's, Double-Header - 14 week season

Team Registration Fee:
Coed & Men's: $215 (separate $40 check, forfeit deposit fee)
Double-Header: $420 (2 separate $40 checks, forfeit deposit fee)

Umpire Fees:
Paid in cash directly to umpires before each game

Registration Deadline:
Registration will run February 1 through March 14 or until leagues are full.

Coed League will be held on Friday evenings.
Men's League will be held on Tuesday, Friday evenings.
Double-Header Men's League will be held on Thursday evenings.
Spring & Summer Sports Registration Now Open
It's time to think about youth sports for this spring and summer!

Registration is now open for all of our youth sports programming:
  • Baseball: Final deadline - March 8
  • Softball: Early-bird deadline - March 15. Final deadline - March 31
  • Flag Football: Final deadline - March 15
  • T-Ball: Early-bird deadline - April 12. Final deadline - May 3
  • Soccer Clinic, Academy & League: Final deadline - March 22

For more information click the button below or contact the Recreation Department at 402.331.3455.
Fun Friday #9 - Recreation at Home for March
This week, Mr. David introduces the recreational activities for the month of March, that everyone can do at home! From challenging each other to jumping back to going on a family walk outside, there is something great to do!

Watch this Fun Friday episode and more at CityofLaVista.org/FunFriday.

Your Kitchen is Your Lab!
Your kitchen is your lab! Join Miss Jessy on March 9 and 23 at 4 p.m. on Zoom where she will be cooking up some crazy cool experiments! Pick up a lab kit from the library ahead of time.

Contact Miss Jessy for Zoom link at 402.537.3900 or JColabello@CityofLaVista.org.
Dive into a History this month!
The La Vista Public Library’s History Book Club will be meeting on Saturday, March 13 at 2 p.m. on Zoom. We will be discussing Blood in the Water by Heather Ann Thompson.

Contact Cedate Shultz at CShultz@CityofLaVista.org
Give Your Creativity Wings!
Give your creativity wings! March is Youth Art Month and we will celebrate by putting our creativity to use! Grab your art supplies and join us as we create different animals using shapes. The event is free and open to all ages.

For the Zoom link, contact Ms. Jodi at 402.537.3900 or JNorton@CityofLaVista.org.
Winter Storytime #8: #LoveLaVista - Brenda Gunn
The Winter Storytime this week features La Vista’s own, City Administrator Brenda Gunn. She says that La Vista has been her hometown for the last 24 years.

The book she reads is "Be You", by Peter Reynolds.
Mask Ordinance Extended
The La Vista City Council has extended the City’s emergency mask ordinance until May 25.

The ordinance was initially approved in November in response to increased community transmission and confirmed cases of COVID-19.

At this time, COVID-19 remains a serious threat to the health, safety and welfare of the residents of La Vista and the Omaha metro area.

According to a letter to support from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, preventative measures implemented at the end of 2020, such as La Vista’s mask ordinance, have had a positive impact on the number of positive cases as well as hospitalizations.

Continued wearing of face coverings will also help contain the spread of COVID-19 variants found recently in the UK, South Africa and Brazil.

La Vista’s mask ordinance will remain in effect until May 25, unless otherwise cancelled or extended.

Full details about the ordinance and its enforcement can be found on our mask ordinance page.
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La Vista City Hall
8116 Park View Boulevard
La Vista, NE 68128
Phone: 402-331-4343
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