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The City of Ogallala has cancelled the public fireworks display for July 4, 2022 and will not allow fireworks to be discharged within the city limits of Ogallala from June 25, 2022 to July 4, 2022. If you made a donation for the public display in 2022, it will carryover for the next public fireworks display. If you would like your 2022 donation refunded, please send the request in writing to:

City of Ogallala
Jane Skinner
411 East 2nd Street
Ogallala, NE  69153
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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

2021 Annual Police Report
2021 Annual Water Quality Report
2020 Library Annual Report
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Public Notices

The City of Ogallala would like to remind residents that there have been several instances where items have been discharged into the sanitary sewer lines causing clogs and stoppages. This includes feminine products and paper or cloth rags. Toddler wipes that are being marked as “bio-degradable” may also cause problems resulting in clogs to the system. The discharge of these items into the City sewer system is prohibited by City ordinance, and can be very costly to the consumer if there is a clog or stoppage to a sewer system whether it’s private or public owned. You can help eliminate costly repairs for yourself or the City of Ogallala by placing diapers, rags, wipes, feminine products or even paper towels in an appropriate waste receptacle.  Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.



We're hiring! We have several positions open, check them out here!


The City of Ogallala has openings on the following boards: Zoning Board of Adjustments. Anyone wishing to serve on these boards may submit their name for consideration to Jane Skinner, City Clerk, in person or writing at 411 East 2nd Street, Ogallala, Nebraska.


Water Cross Connection & Backflow Prevention Information


The City of Ogallala Occupation Tax Report for Fiscal Year

ending September 30, 2021.  Click here.


  City to Enforce Nuisance Ordinance  

 

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