The Landscape is a community-driven reflection of the Omaha-Council Bluffs area. This project starts out by looking at eight areas of community life. These indicators provide a snapshot of where we are and reveal opportunities for improving our quality of life.
In the fall of 2019, the Omaha Community Foundation in partnership with six local nonprofit organizations engaged more than 1,700 residents to better understand how our friends, family, and neighbors are experiencing life in our region.
Through their stories, our team was able to identify key themes, pair data, and elevate the most urgent needs for our community to become an equitable place for all. We encourage you to delve into the report, share with your networks, and see the intersections of this data and your own life.
Click here to download The Landscape Community Listening Report.
This community snapshot represents real people of all ages, races, incomes, and zip codes in Douglas, Sarpy, and Pottawattamie counties—and some of the most urgent issues they are facing today. While not exhaustive, the findings were carefully selected from publicly available, community-level data in close partnership with many local nonprofits and community partners.
You can use this data to make a difference right now. Share this information with your friends and family, spark conversations at home and at work, and do your part to inspire community change.
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