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City Of Omaha Subdivision Agreement

Near North Omaha is a historic district close to downtown Omaha. It adjoins downtown Omaha to the south and Kountze Park to the north. Kountze was once a noble suburb of Omaha, which was accessible only by tram. He consumed most of the country from the ancient community of Saratoga in the north. 30th Street to the west and 16th Avenue to the east are adjacent to these areas. The Omahas Prospect Hill area is home to the pioneering cemetery of the city`s name as well as some of the city`s oldest houses. Omaha is divided into several geographically designated areas, covering several neighborhoods. Midtown is a diverse and historically wealthy racial region of Omaha, just west of downtown Omaha. North Omaha is a communal territory north of downtown Omaha with a rich historical, architectural and religious heritage, especially for the city`s African-American population. South Omaha is a communal territory that encompasses many neighborhoods south of downtown Omaha, where the immigrant population of Omaha from Eastern Europe once lived and, more recently, Hispanic immigrants from Central and North America. Churches and other structures reflect their rich past. In the past, part of this area was a separate town called South Omaha; it was annexed by Omaha in 1915.

West Omaha is the generic term for areas of the city west of 72nd Street and the territory of suburbs and more recent community institutions, the next wave of buildings of historical importance. There are several sub-communities within this vast area, including Northwest Omaha, Southwest Omaha, Millard and Irvington. Far further west is the new town/town of Elkhorn. The original neighborhoods of Omaha clustered around the original settlement area, near 12th Street and Jackson Street. At the southwest corner of this intersection, William P. Snowden, the city`s first settler, built the St Nicholas Hotel in 1854, three years before the city was communitized. [2] Morning quarters included the Sporting District and the Burnt District. In the first decades after colonization, the city expanded, built the North Side of Near, Sheelytown (Irish immigrants) and residential areas in present-day downtown Omaha. Res. that the Final Plat entitled Legend Trails (Lots 1-86, Outlots A-L), a subdivision outside the city limits, northwest of 222nd and Q Streets, is approved and accepted.