Village Green Annual Board Meeting - Thursday September 28th, 6pm at the Large Playground
We are requesting that all members please make an effort to join us for our annual board meeting. We will have free food and drinks, if you would like to bring a dessert, please do so.
We will be voting on filling the upcoming vacancies on the board. We currently have one running member, the second position to be filled will be from nominations from the floor.
If you are unable to attend, please stop by the office to fill out your absentee ballot for the board member vote!
We hope to see you all there!!!!
Address: 227 Arbor Court / Omaha, Nebraska 68108
Office Phone: (402) 345-5610
Office Hours: Monday, Thursday, Friday 1-3pm
Web Administrator: email@example.com
Candice Peterson (Property Manager): (402) 609-4653 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergency After Hours: (402) 449-0466
We are a close knit community, where most members know their immediate neighbors. All members also have exclusive access to the Village Green Clubhouse facilities free of charge. As a non-profit organization many residents serve the community by offering free activities in the clubhouse and at members private homes, particularly for the children and the many dental, law, and other post-grad students.
Many retired singles and couples also enjoy Village Green, which allows them the ability to own without the responsibility of upkeep. Bills come down to electric, gas, co-op fee, and housing insurance. Ed's Rexall, just a couple blocks away, delivers prescriptions to many of our residents for just a dollar a prescription.
Village Green's remote location offers privacy with the amenities of nearby Lauritzen Gardens, Henry Doorly Zoo, and downtown Omaha. The community, location, and price cannot be beat. Come and see for yourself why Village Green is one of Omaha's best kept secrets!
Located just next to Omaha's tranquil Lauritzen Gardens and just five short minutes from downtown Omaha, Village Green is a housing cooperative run by its residents. Over 40 years ago, the 190 townhouses were built using a HUD housing loan. Originally members only paid the $190 membership fee and sold their units at an increasingly higher price based on receipts that proved the cost of upgrades.
Today residents are allowed to sell their townhouses at whatever price they choose to, but are still well under market value. The co-op fee covers the cost of maintenance of all common grounds, as well as the repair and replacement of original Village Green refrigerators, stoves, furnaces, electrical, and plumbing inside the unit. It also includes the cost of property tax, which is typically around $1,300 and up a year for units of comparable size in this area of Omaha.
Village Green Townhouses
Looking for something to do? Village Green is nearby many great attractions, activities, and areas of interest. Listed below are also several of the events that are taking place right in our own backyard.