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  • CHRISTMAS IN CALHOUN: let's light up our city homes and businesses; then ride the Trolley on Dec 13 to view the displays!
    The Enhancement Committee will be sponsoring a contest for best lights again this year - so lets go all out and be the brightest Holiday Spot in Washington County!

  • THE FORT CALHOUN FIRE CHIEF WILL ALLOW OPEN BURNING WITHIN FORT CALHOUN CITY LIMITS NOV 1 - 16, 2014 The open burning of yard waste will be allowed within the city limits of Fort Calhoun from Saturday, November 1, 2014 through Sunday, November 16, 2014, from 8:00 am until 8:00 pm. Yard waste, brush and trees are the only items allowed to be burned. No tires or building materials may be burned. Residents are required to obtain a Burn Permit and supervise the burn until it is extinguished. Residents are warned they are liable and responsible for any damage to property. Fort Calhoun Fire and Rescue Department Questions: www.FCFDFIRE.COM Or contact Fire Chief Chad Nixon:

Welcome to Fort Calhoun, Nebraska

Located just eight miles from the Omaha metropolitan area, Fort Calhoun is nestled on the bluff overlooking the Missouri River valley in central Washington County in eastern Nebraska. Fort Calhoun offers small town living with the closeness of big town amenities.
Fort Calhoun is rich in history and is home to the Lewis and Clark Council Bluff, the historic Frahm House and the Washington County Museum. Also in close proximity to Fort Calhoun are Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge, Fort Atkinson State Historical Park, and Desoto Bend National Wildlife Refuge. In addition, city parks, trails and views of the Missouri River Valley are abundant.

Fort Calhoun has a diverse business base including Wilkinson Industries, Inc., OPPD Nuclear Power Station and Martin Marietta Materials Fort Calhoun Quarry. Fort Calhoun welcomes new businesses into the community and embraces their existing businesses. A new commercial subdivision sits directly on Highway 75 and is currently ready for occupancy. Families that are looking to move to Fort Calhoun can expect to find a mixture of new and established homes to choose from as well as acreage's that line the outskirts of our community.

The Fort Calhoun Community School District is an independent district that provides quality education to K - !2 students as well as offering Pre-School (limited) and the Pioneer Learning Center. The district offers open enrollment options to students from across the Omaha metropolitan area. Many families from other areas of the metro choose to enroll their children in the Fort Calhoun Community School District because of their smaller class sizes and exceptional learning environment.

Fort Calhoun is small town living at its best! We invite you to come see what Fort Calhoun has to offer!
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