Omaha, Nebraska

Living in "The Big O"

Established in 1855, Omaha is home to dozens of nationally, regionally, and locally significant landmarks.

It is considered the “Heartland” of the United States. Forbes magazine even identified Omaha as the nation’s number one “Best Bang-for-the-Buck City”.

Diversity allows Omaha to offer many attractions to its residents and visitors. It has three professional sports teams and the second largest zoo in the U.S.

Interstates' Regional Office - Omaha, Nebraska

Our Regional Office is located on the west central side of Omaha, which is easily accessible to Hwy 50 and I-80.

Omaha is a growing community of nearly 500,000 people.

If you’re a sports enthusiast, you might enjoy attending an Omaha Beef football game, an Omaha Royals baseball game, or an Omaha Lancers hockey game.

Omaha is also home to the Omaha Community Playhouse, the largest community theater in the United States in addition to the Orpheum Theater and the Joslyn Art Museum.

Mahoney State Park is also located nearby for the outdoorsman.

With so many great options, why not live in Omaha?

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