"A rebel! How glorious the name sounds when applied to a woman."
-- Matilda Joslyn Gage
The issues we face as a community are best solved together. We can and deserve to be one Omaha. Through innovative public/private partnerships we can invest in services that centralize and address the needs of Omaha's most vulnerable.
Access to internet has gone beyond a luxury expense to a necessity for work, education, and social connection. We must provide a public wifi option to Omaha residents.
One of Omaha's best assets is our low cost of living. In recent years we have seen that low cost of living increase particularly in housing. We have an obligation to ensure that the Good Life is still the affordable life.
Food security is a fundamental human right. We must
guarantee that all of Omaha’s residents have physical, social, and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food that meets all their dietary and health needs.
Equity. Community. Sustainability.
To focus the resources of our city into strategic community investments. Building infrastructure that brings us together and improves our quality of life.
Photo Credit: Habitat Omaha
To empower Omaha residents to build a sustainable, inclusive, and thriving city that provides opportunities now and into the future