Many residents in the Kearney Hill, downtown and North Table Creek neighborhoods have recently been asked to complete a neighborhood survey.
The deadline to return the survey has been extended by the city until Nov. 18.
The original date of Nov. 8 was extended to maximize the number of survey returns.
The survey will provide input to identify needed improvements in the Kearney Hill, downtown and North Table Creek areas of eastern Nebraska City.
The city is looking at potential community improvement projects in the area. Future improvements may include: park and recreation improvements, street, sidewalk, sewer, drainage, curb and gutter improvements, affordable housing and other community facilities.
“Input from the citizen’s living in these neighborhoods is a crucial part of the process,” said Jen Olds, development specialist at Southeast Nebraska Development District.
Survey results and findings will be presented at a public neighborhood meeting in December.
Participants will have the opportunity to provide additional input at that time, on their top choices for projects to be implemented.