Last week the Wildwood Pool splash pad suffered a catastrophic failure with its water system underneath and the pad raised significantly. The splash pad will not be operational this season. The city has engaged the engineer and . . .
Mayor's Day has been rescheduled to Sunday, June 16 when Mayor Roger Foster invites all to the pool for free admission during the regular Sunday hours, 1-6 p.m. Find more Parks and Recreation information on Main Page .
Residents eligible through partnership with city's wholesale electric power supplier
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The City of Crete, in partnership with its wholesale electric power supplier, the Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska, is offering four energy efficiency programs with the goal of saving local utility customers . . .
Call the Police if people come to your door claiming to represent the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Crete Police Department is encouraging residents to report persons going door-to-door claiming to be from the U.S. Census Bureau. Several Crete residents have reported to the City that their neighborhood received . . .
Transfer Station has busy Saturday; cleanup activities wind down
As part of the City of Crete's Spring Cleanup, members of the Crete Volunteer Fire Department washed down Main Ave. on Sunday morning (May 5), bringing back a traditional department acitivity as well as kicking off a downtown . . .
Applications accepted until June 1
Historic flooding on the Big Blue River near Crete affected a number of areas on the west edge of town, including the Crete Community Garden, but with little damage sustained and by limiting certain practices the garden will be up and . . .
New area provides place for funeral urns
Riverside Cemetery's late 1800s New England inspiration is evident in the shaded paths, original limestone retaining walls, and the greenery in Tuxedo Park on its eastern border, while the recent columbarium addition looks out to . . .