South Omaha Choice Neighborhood Planning
Choice Neighborhoods Planning + Action Grant
In September 2019 the City of Omaha, Omaha Housing Authority, and Canopy South received the Choice Neighborhoods Planning + Action Grant (CNP) for the Southside Terrace – Indian Hill neighborhood.
In order to better understand housing preferences and what onsite amenities residents would like to see in the future, the CNP Steering Committee hosted an event targeted towards youth living at Southside Terrace. The Housing Pop Up Event was held on May 26th, 2021 outside the CNP Satellite Office in order to gather feedback and recommendations.
Southside Terrace – Indian Hill Neighborhood
The CNP neighborhood is comprised of people who live, work, and play in the Southside Terrace – Indian Hill neighborhood. Also included, are local businesses and organizations who invest their time, talent, and expertise toward improving the neighborhood and quality of life of its residents.
Today, Omaha is home to more than 460,000 residents, of which, nearly 8,000 live in the Southside Terrace – Indian Hill Neighborhood.
The neighborhood is home to a broad to a mix of residents including Latino, White, Black, and African Refugees from Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, and The Congo.
100% of residents ages 16-19 years old are either enrolled or have graduated high school