What's Happening

The City of Ogallala would like to remind individuals that decorations may be put on the grave for Memorial Day starting Thursday May 25, 2017 at noon and may remain on the grave until Sunday June 4, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.  Any decorations that interfere with maintenance and have remained on the grave after June 4, 2017 will be removed and disposed of.  If there are any questions, please call the Cemetery Manager at 284-2734.

 Fundraising for the New Library and Learning Center is underway! Learn more here!



rsz_photo2-crop-1024x483 rsz_front_street_ogallala_nebraska_2007 rsz_20140520-_e1a1158-1024x682 rsz_1image Spruce Street Station rsz_al-horiz
Beautiful Lake McConaughy
Historic Front Street
Mansion on the Hill Museum
Boot Hill
Spruce St. Station
Ogallala's famed Alien Water Tower

Welcome to Ogallala, Nebraska

Welcome to Ogallala, a wonderful place to live, work, and play!  People of all ages and backgrounds are drawn to the Ogallala area because of the excellent quality of life found here.  Ogallala has many things to offer; superior health care, a forward-thinking school system, low crime rate, endless recreational opportunities, a quiet and friendly environment, an inviting business atmosphere, a vast agricultural community, and a rich old-west history.  As you view this glimpse of our community, perhaps you'll decide that Ogallala is the perfect place for you...

The City of Ogallala's web site has been designed to provide you, the public, a convenient method to participate in our City government.  We hope to make it easier for you to find answers to your questions about our City government and services.  A listing of City Personnel and their email addresses are provided so you can go directly to the most appropriate source for your question. 

Please contact us if you have any questions or comments.

Thanks for viewing our site and we hope your visit was informative.

Recent News

OVFD 2016 Annual Report
2016 Annual Police Report
2016 Annual Water Quality Report
Read More...

Public Notices

The Ogallala Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief will no longer be issuing burn permits until substantial moisture has been received in the area. If an individual is caught burning without a burn permit, the individual can face up to a $500 fine and be charged extinguish fees for the fire. If you have any questions regarding the burning regulations, please call the Ogallala Fire Department at 284-4553 and leave a message if no answer.

 
 The City of Ogallala has job openings available. Check them out here!

City to Enforce Nuisance Ordinance  

 

equal-housing-op-logo

Quick Links

Community Calendar

Read More...