Live Well Omaha leads a coalition of organizations that are committed
to prioritizing and improving conditions that impact the health of our community.
Along the street in neighborhoods throughout the City of Omaha, the Bike Omaha Network is marked by easy-to-use wayfinding signs. The robust network features more than 600 individual sign panels at over 400 locations around the city, enhancing navigation and safety while promoting traveling by bicycle throughout Omaha.
This May, during National BikeMonth, we’ll be celebrating the completion of the Bike Omaha Network all month long. National Bike to Work Week takes place May 13 – 19. We’ll be spreading the cheer throughout the Bike Omaha Network with appreciation stations along the routes on Friday, May 17. Stay in the loop for all Bike to Work Day related happenings!
Join us for the launch of Share Our Table, a collective effort to address community food insecurity in the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro, at the Share Our Table Food Summit on Friday, June 28. The result of a two-year, multi-sector planning process convened by United Way of the Midlands, Share Our Table is an opportunity for everyone who works to improve access to healthy foods to join forces.