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The rich and diverse history and heritage of Nebraska, as told through its often-secluded historical monuments and markers, is the subject of a presentation at the Columbus Public Library on Saturday, May 8, at 2 p.m.
“Marking Nebraska: Our (Mostly) Hidden Historical Monuments” by historian Jeff Barnes, is a comprehensive guide to Nebraska’s earliest historical markers. Drawing from personal site visits and photographs from across our beau...
On Saturday, April 24th at 2:00 p.m. in the Friedhof Building (1270 27 Ave.) the Columbus Public Library is sponsoring our annual Author Fair.
Stephanie Grace Whitson is the keynote speaker and her talk is titled, “Why Scarlett is Read”. She will ask the audience why Scarlett O’Hara is considered one of fiction’s most unforgettable characters. She will exp...
The City of Columbus will live stream all future City Council and Committee of the Whole meetings on our YouTube Channel and Facebook page.
Anyone interested in viewing the meetings can find links to our pages at: https://www.columbusne.us/618/City-Meetings.
Spectrum recently informed the City that they would not be providing a public access to the City as they have for the past seve...
As we move into Spring, the City of Columbus would like to give a friendly reminder of the City Ordinance on tall grass/weeds.
City Code requires all premises and exterior properties to be maintained free from weeds or plant growth in excess of 12 inches. All noxious weeds shall be prohibited. Weeds shall be defined as all grasses, annual plants and vegetation other than trees or...
The Community Building Project is moving into the next phase, which requiressome roadway closures, lane restrictions, and parking lot closures in and aroundthe site in downtown Columbus.
Welcome to Spring Columbus! Follow the link below to visit our new Spring/Summer Newsletter. There is important information in there regarding Summer Aquatics, Bark Park and upcoming Events in the City Parks.
Swimming Lesson Save Lives.™ The best thing anyone can do to stay safe in and around the water is to learn to swim. This includes both adults and children. Note: The American Academy of Pediatrics now s...
The Columbus Parks and Recreation Department has a ton of FUN activities planned for this spring and summer. Start April off with 30 Miles Your Way! This is great event where you accumulate 30 miles however you see fit. You can bike, run, walk or swim. Wi...
The Pawnee Plunge and the Columbus Aquatic Center are hiring for summer staff! We have positions open for the following areas:
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