Quality of Life. The simple goal of our residents for which we strive daily.
Central City is proud to be Nebraska's First Showcase Community! This designation recognizes a community that has demonstrated an exceptional capacity to identify development goals and strategies; combined local, state and federal resources to achieve those goals; and accomplished positive impact projects during the past 5-10 years. Central City maintains that capacity through the combination of organizations, community pride, and cooperative spirit.
We invite you to browse our website to see for yourself the opportunities Central City offers for you and your family! Thank you for visiting our website!
Central City supports Operation Lifesaver to promote safe coexistence with railroads in the community.
Do you want to discover the difference in Central City? Download our newest brochure to learn about what's been going on recently and to see information on the Byers Subdivison Lots that are now available!
The City of Central City does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, national or ethnic origin, or disability.
February 17, 2013
The Independent | By Marc Zavala OMAHA — It was a “four-gone” conclusion for the seniors on the Central City wrestling team. Bison seniors in Kolby Lenhart, Kyle Sutton, Jake Anderson and Jake Brown all captured state championship to help Central City win the Class C state title during Saturday’s action at the state wrestling tournament at the CenturyLink Center. Central City captured its third state championship in...
January 16, 2013
Dear Fellow Nebraskans: This week, I announced a joint compact between the University of Nebraska and Nebraska State College System that would help ensure continued affordable access to higher education for Nebraska students and families. This compact will allow for a two year tuition freeze. A state investment in higher education would help ensure a strong University of Nebraska and Nebraska State College System. In Nebraska, we...
February 08, 2013
City ordinances require salespeople to have a license before visiting homes in Central City. If a salesperson knocks on your door, please ask to see their license! If no license specifically issued by the City of Central City is provided, please call the Police (946-3003) immediately....