New Nebraska Lake Expected to Reduce Flood Plain, Lower Insurance Rates


A Nebraska Natural Resources Area, Omaha’s newest park and lake opens up after developing a $ 44 million project for nine years.

The Omaha World-Herald announced that the Papio-Missouri River area will open Lake Flanagan on Wednesday. The area also includes 475 acres (192 hectares) of parkland, amusement parks and flood control reserves.

The lake will reduce flood plains and will likely reduce or reduce flood insurance rates for site hosts.

The region broke the foundation of the progeny about three years ago. He will return to Omaha City to park and cross the lake. The city is the founder of Boys Town, Rev. After Edward Flanagan, he chose the recreation area.

This week’s opening will include a strip-cutting ceremony and a contest with prizes.

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