OPPD’s commitment to its core values benefited local non-profit organizations on Public Power’s Day of Giving June 7.
The week-long internship program shows educators the variety of OPPD careers they can then share with students.
The Minne Lusa neighborhood in North Omaha was the site of a large revitalization effort over the weekend.
The in-lieu-of-tax payments fund services and improvements in cities and counties in OPPD’s service territory.
The City Nature Challenge, in partnership with the Henry Doorly Zoo, encourages participants to go out and take photos.
Dockless electric scooters have taken off in other parts of the country. Are they a good fit for Omaha?
New partners have joined OPPD in its efforts to help restore habitat for monarch butterflies on utility properties.
Fifth grade students from St. Margaret Mary earn their second title in the Marshmallow Challenge, sponsored by OPPD engineers.
More than 500 participated in the 2019 Heat the Streets Run & Walk for Warmth, with proceeds benefiting utility programs.
OPPD’s commitment to energy assistance has meant millions of dollars raised for the cause through various activities.