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
  • Softball
  • Flag Football
  • T-Ball
  • Soccer Clinic
  • Soccer Academy & League

For more information click the button below or contact the Recreation Department at 402.331.3455.
Winter Storytime #1: Hibernation
Did you know that frogs hibernate in the wintertime?

Well, one little froggy has other ideas! Watch this fun storytime as Ms. Jodi reads I Don’t Want to go to Sleep by Devorah Petty, illustrated by Mike Boldt. 
Kitchen STEM Lab
The Zoom portion of our January 12 Kitchen STEM Lab program was cancelled, but have no fear we have grab bags available at the Library with instructions for the activity.

These bags are available only while supplies last, so get over to the Library to grab yours!
Bedtime Stories on Jan. 26
The nights are getting long! Settle in for an early literacy program for families that combines stories, songs & literacy activities to promote a love of reading.

Siblings, pajamas, and stuffed animal friends welcome.

No registration required, just drop in!

Contact Ms. Jodi via e-mail (jnorton@cityoflavista.org) or by phone at the Library (402.537.3900) for the Zoom link.
Among Us Tween Night
Don’t be sus and join us for a fun night of Among Us. Complete missions with your friends while trying to find out who the imposter is before they kill you off one by one. Win as Imposter and win a prize!

Recommended ages: 9-14

Contact Miss Jessy or Miss Ashley to register, 402.537.3900 or jcolabello@CityofLaVista.org or awemhoff@CityofLaVista.org.
Crochet Lessons for Tweens
Learn how to crochet while making a cute amigurumi whale!

Contact Ms. Jessy for Zoom link. Don’t forget to check out a kit!

Ages 9-14

Contact Miss Jessy at 402.537.3900 or jcolabello@CityofLaVista.org.
Virtual Escape Room for Tweens & Teens on January 30
There's a murderer on the loose! Well, not really, but in this fun tween and teen program from the Library, you can join us to solve a murder mystery!

This program is free but there are only 12 spots available, so reach out soon to Miss Ashley from the Library to reserve your spot!

She can be reached at 402.537.3900 or awemhoff@cityoflavista.org.
Christmas Tree Recycling Sites Open Through Jan. 17
When you're ready to get rid of your real Christmas tree this year, you can take them to one of two recycling sites located in La Vista.

The two sites are located at:
  1. La Vista Sports Complex (east gravel parking lot)
  2. Kelly Fields East/Swimming Pool (asphalt parking lot)

These sites will be open Dec. 26-Jan. 17. The trees will be turned in to mulch and used throughout the City.

Please only deposit real trees, make sure all decorations are off the tree and do not include any plastic bags.

For more information, contact the Public Works Department, 402.331.8927.
Mask Ordinance Now in Effect
The City of La Vista Board of Health and City Council held emergency meetings in late November to consider and approve an emergency mask ordinance for the City.

The emergency mask ordinance was prepared in response to increased community transmission and confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the City and surrounding areas.

La Vista’s mask ordinance is in effect and will remain in effect until February 23, unless otherwise cancelled or extended.

We have included a link at right to a flier you can download and post at your business.

Full details about the ordinance and its enforcement can be found on our mask ordinance page.
The agenda for the January 5 City Council meeting will be available for viewing after 4 p.m. on Thursday, December 31.
The agenda for the January 19 City Council meeting will be available for viewing after 4 p.m. on Friday, January 15.
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La Vista City Hall
8116 Park View Boulevard
La Vista, NE 68128
Phone: 402-331-4343
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