La Vista X 60 Challenge

The City of La Vista is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year... and so far the celebration isn’t going like we’d planned. The COVID-19 situation, like everyone else, has forced us to delay the beginning of our celebration. We are still hopeful that we will be able to gather as a community later in the year to celebrate, but nothing is certain and we will wait to make plans until conditions improve and restrictions are lifted. 

Our hope and intention is to launch the passport program when businesses are open again, so be on the lookout for that information in the future. 

In the meantime, we’ll be offering all kinds of fun programming and content, such as the #LoveLaVista Hashtag Challenge, and we hope you enjoy it!  

60 La Vista, Love La Vista 

To celebrate La Vista’s 60th birthday, the City is kicking off a citywide challenge called La Vista X (by) 60. The goal is for individuals or families to engage with the City 60 times throughout the celebration.

Engagement will be tracked on a community passport, and anyone with 60 stamps by the end of the year will be entered in a drawing for a grand prize, which will be announced at a later date.

Passports will first be distributed at the Easter Egg Hunt on April 11 and afterward can be obtained at any City facility and any City event throughout the year.

Get your passport stamped throughout the year for doing things such as attending a City event; buying or eating local from a participating business; visiting the Library and Community Center; volunteering; or hosting a block party to name a few.

La Vista X 60 is also an opportunity for businesses to connect with the community. Participating businesses will have a logo cling in their window to indicate their support and will be highlighted in a variety of ways throughout the year. Businesses may also offer a discount exclusively for passport participants.

Residents are encouraged to share their La Vista X 60 engagements on social media using the #LOVELAVISTA hashtag.

List of participating businesses