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However, from October through April of each year any combination of boats, campers, trailers, not exceeding two (2) may be parked in the side or rear yard of residential lots and not required to be on a hard surface.
If you wish to inquire as to whether a business has an occupation license, or if you need to obtain one, please call 402-331-4343 for further information. Additional Information
Above Ground Swimming Pool PermitA light remodeling and accessory permit application is required for review of an above ground swimming pool.The 2010-2011 above ground swimming pool permit is $30.00.
RequirementsA swimming pool permit is required for all pool with sides that ‘stand’ 2 feet high or more.Inflatable or water depth is not the determining factor.The side height of the pool determines the necessity of a permit, not the amount of water in the pool.
Pools must be located at least 5 (five) feet from the property line and 6(six) feet from any other structure (garage, shed, etc.).
Commercial projects generally need 3 sets of plans. The city will need to know the names of your mechanical, electrical, and plumbing sub-contractors.
New residential projects, and remodels, will need 2 sets of plans and will require the names of your mechanical, electrical, and plumbing sub-contractors.
Smaller projects such as decks, sheds, fences, pools, etc. will require two sets of plans which include at least a hand-drawn site plan showing your property lines and the distances any such project is from the property line and/or any other structure on the property. Additional Information
Primarily, before a home occupation permit will be issued, a minimum of 75% of the residents living within 200 feet of the proposed home occupation, shall sign a list prepared by the City, canvassed by the home owner, and indicate “no objections” in writing to the operation of a home occupation. Residents renting an apartment or home would follow a slightly different process. In some instances, a conditional use permit process would be necessary prior to initiating licensing for a home occupation.
A proposed in-home day care must submit a form signed by the State of Nebraska Fire Marshall, in addition to the process described above.
Call City Hall at 402-331-4343 for guidance prior to setting up any home base business within the La Vista City limits. Additional Information
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Due dates for all materials checked out from the Library will be due when the Library opens again. For example, if the Library opens May 1, materials will be due May 1. For more info., please contact the Library at 402-537-3900 or email@example.com.
In this time of uncertainty, we are working diligently to make the best decisions for our community when it comes to our special events.
At this time, any events scheduled in April will be cancelled. This includes:
• Easter Egg Hunt on April 11
• Arbor Day on April 23
As it applies to Salute to Summer, at this time based on the current information and recommended restriction windows, we are still planning to move forward as scheduled. There is no higher priority for us than the health and safety of our communities, so we are actively monitoring the health information and recommended restrictions from the CDC and WHO and will be in communication with any updates as they transpire.
At this point in time, all La Vista Recreation spring sports leagues and providers in the Omaha metro area are hoping to offer their programs this year, but all La Vista practices, games and leagues are postponed until at least April 30. This delay also applies to the Adult Softball season. At this point in time, though, we are not canceling any spring sports programs.
La Vista’s playing fields are also closed until further notice.
As this incident evolves and changes on us, we will be sure to keep you informed.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page and website and we will make announcements as soon as we have updates.
If you have questions, please feel free to call the Community Center at 402-331-3455 or send an e-mail to our Youth and Adult Sports Manager, Denny Dinan, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for being patient as we all navigate these uncertain times!
The City of La Vista uses the Nebraska Humane Society for animal issues. Please contact them at 402-444-7800 or visit their website.
The tax would be calculated as a percentage of gross retail and/or entertainment receipts of a business as defined in Ordinance No. 1387.
Yes. However, the GBOT does not apply to foods and beverages that are included in the Restaurants and Drinking Places Occupation Tax. The GBOT does apply to the gross receipts of retail items such as t-shirts, coffee mugs, or drinking glasses.
There are two tax rates in the Enhanced Employment Area. For retail sales, the tax rate is 1.5% of the total gross receipts. For entertainment sales, the tax rate is 3.5% of the total gross receipts.
Returns must be submitted to the City each month. The tax is due on or before the last day of each month, calculated based on gross receipts of the immediately preceding month. For example, tax due on the gross receipts for November would be due by December 31st. Mailed returns postmarked by the last day of the month will be considered timely filed.
As reimbursement for any additional administrative costs and expenses connected with the tax, at the time of monthly payment, a business may elect to withhold 2% of the amount that is otherwise due and payable to the City.
Returns and tax payments shall be filed and paid by (i) hand delivery or by United States mail, properly addressed, postage prepaid and postmarked no later than the last day of the appropriate month, or (ii) by electronic filing and payment by Automated Clearing Housing or Credit Card no later than the last day of the appropriate month.
Yes, if your business has been remitting GBOT and has a month without sales, complete the remittance form showing $0 sales and return to the City Clerk’s Department or email to email@example.com.
Yes, you can complete the GBOT form and pay the remittance online.
The remittance forms are available on our GBOT webpage. Paper copies are also available at City Hall.
Please contact Deputy City Clerk Rachel Carl at (402) 331-4343.
Yes, just use your card to start saving immediately. Present your prescription discount card at a participating retail pharmacy when you fill or refill your prescriptions.
Your prescription discount card is provided to you free of charge. You pay the cost of the prescription less any applicable discount.
No. Everyone in the family may use the same card if desired.
Yes, if your pet has been prescribed a medication that is also used to treat a human condition, you may receive a discount on the medication by taking the prescription to a participating retail pharmacy.
Not usually. However, discounts are available for many diabetic supplies.
This is not insurance; it is a prescription discount program. The card provides immediate discounts at participating retail pharmacies. Upon presenting your card to the pharmacist, you will pay the lower of a discounted price or the pharmacy’s regular retail price. There are no claim forms to fill out and no limit to the number of times you can use the card. These discounts are available only at participating retail pharmacies.
Your card cannot be used in conjunction with other insurance. However, you are encouraged to use your card to purchase prescriptions anytime they are not covered by your insurance plan.
Yes, you can use your prescription discount card anytime you need to purchase a prescription that is not covered by your Medicare prescription plan or any other insurance.
No. Only use your prescription discount card to purchase non-covered medications.
No. You need to present either your Medicare prescription plan card or your prescription discount card. Only use your prescription discount card when purchasing medications not covered by your Medicare prescription plan.
Yes, you can continue to use your prescription discount card just as you do today.
The prescription discount card is accepted at more than 60,000 retail pharmacies nationwide, including the major chains as well as many independent pharmacies. Ask your local pharmacy if they participate or visit Care Mark or call toll free 1-888-620-1749 to find out if a specific pharmacy participates in the program.
While savings on each prescription may vary, you can save an average of 23 percent off of the pharmacy’s regular retail prices for prescription drugs. In addition, you may save even more on select medications.
Yes. You will receive the best price available to you through this program at the participating pharmacy. On occasion, pharmacies will price a particular medication lower than the discount rate provided by the card. If that occurs, you will pay the lower price.
Because prices can vary by location, only the actual pharmacy can tell you the exact price of the prescription. However, you can look up an estimated price for medications at Care Mark or call toll free 1-888-620-1749.
Drug prices may vary from pharmacy to pharmacy. Even pharmacy chains have different prices in their stores depending on the population they are servicing. Additionally, manufacturers’ drug prices change periodically.
Because a pharmacy’s retail price or usual and customary charge can differ greatly by pharmacy, your exact percentage of savings may vary depending on the prescription drug and the price you have paid before.
Yes, always present your prescription discount card when buying prescriptions not covered by insurance. For a medicine on a generic pricing plan you will pay either the flat rate or the prescription discount card price, whichever is lower.
Specialty pharmacy offers delivery of injectable and select oral specialty medication and supplies to the location of your choice. Services include delivery notification and refill reminder calls to help you stay on your treatment plan. You’ll also receive expert care services including counseling, follow-up care calls, informative disease-related materials and access to health experts 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Medications for a variety of chronic conditions including multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, cystic fibrosis, hemophilia, infertility, immunologic disorders, Crohn’s disease, Gaucher disease, pulmonary hypertension, Fabry disease, MPS 1, blood dyscrasia, growth hormone deficiency, respiratory syncytial virus, hepatitis C and more are available through specialty pharmacy.
Abe's Trash8123 Christensen LaneOmaha, NE 68122402-571-4926
Gretna Sanitation11855 S. 216th Street, #3Gretna, NE 68028402-332-4710
Deffenbaugh Industries5902 N. 16th StreetOmaha, NE 68110402-731-3333
Papillion Sanitation10810 South 144th StreetOmaha, NE 68138402-346-7800
Premier Waste Solutions10203 S. 152nd StreetOmaha, NE 68138402-339-1229
Waste Management 13505 N. 216th StreetBennington, NE 68007402-731-0138 or 800-457-2599
Waste Services of Nebraska12305 Cary Circle, #2La Vista, NE 68128402-590-2000
Natural GasBlack Hills Energy888-890-5554
WaterMetropolitan Utilities District (MUD)402-554-6666
A snow emergency means:It is unlawful for any automobile to be parked on any public street within the city for 24 hours or until the street has been plowed by the City snow plows.
Any vehicle that is not moved will be towed at the owner's expense.