Beat the heat!...and enjoy a summer full of family, friends, and fun!
Get your Aquatic Center season pass now at either the WAC or Civic Center.
Visit here for more information and details. Register now for FALL YOUTH VOLLEYBALL! Visit here for more details and information.Don't delay...next session begins June 25th!
Celebrate Good Times!...C'mon!
Celebrate with us! We can help make your next group party memorable!
Click here for more information or contact us at 443-4174 to find out more about our Group Party Packages.
EMERALD ASH BORER IS HERE - WHAT NOW?
With confirmation in 2016 by the State of Nebraska Department of Agriculture of
the presence of the Emerald Ash Borer in Nebraska (Omaha and Greenwood)...Wahoo property owners are
strongly encouraged to become well-informed about this invasive pest
and the tremendous impact it is expected to have on the City of Wahoo's
A survey of Wahoo's 'public' trees
which includes trees on public property and in the street right-of-way,
indicates that ash species comprise the largest single species of trees
on public space in our community...nearly 325 trees! Keep in mind, this
does not include the dozens of ash trees on private property. Clearly, EAB will
have a tremendous impact on Wahoo and our tree canopy. Now is the
time to learn as much as possible about EAB and it's impact so
that you can make appropriate decisions regarding your ash trees.
down to the bottom of this page to find pertinent EAB information and
links as well information about the Wahoo Community Forestry program.
Please take the time to review and become an informed property
"Fit Bits"...by April Kassebaum, Certified Personal Trainer
A periodic feature offering timely fitness advice relevant to your Civic Center workout experience.
Get 'BACK' to the Basics...
Civic Center has a new Back Hyperextension
machine in the weight room. This simple, but effective machine
offers an intermediate to advanced way of targeting the 'love handles'
and strengthening your back.
Strengthening your lower back and core muscles can aid in the
management of back pain -- as your muscles get stronger, they are able
to offer more support to your spine, which improves your posture and
are two adjustments that can be made to the machine to: 1)
control the height of the hip pad for varied user heights and 2) adjust
the angle of the exercise (see picture below).
foot should be centered on the foot pad. The roller pads will
make contact with the back of your leg just above the ankles.
|Adjusting the Hip Pad and Angle:|
pad should be set to hit just below the hip bone. Lower angles
will target the back. Higher angles will target the hamstrings.
Several variations of the exercise are exhibited below. Recommended sets and reps are as follows:
Without Weight: 25-50 reps w/1-3 sets (3-5 days/week) - Develops endurance, speed, and definition
With Weight: 10-20 reps w/1-3 sets (3-5 days/week) - Develops girth and power
Be stronger than your excuses!
Kassebaum is available for fitness consultations at the Civic Center on
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Find her on Facebook or text April at (402) 610-3091.
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Wahoo Community Forestry Information
Wahoo Community Forestry Ordinance - A Property Owner's Guide
Application for Tree Planting Permit
Street Tree List
ReTree Nebraska's 17 for 2017
Tree Selection and Planting - Best Practices
Recognizing Tree Hazards - Part 1
Recognizing Tree Hazards - Part 2
Wahoo Parks and Recreation Department is charged with providing quality
parks and recreation facilities, programs, and services to enhance the
overall quality of life for the Wahoo community. In achieving our
mission, we are dedicated to managing and developing parks and
recreation facilities which are responsive to varied and changing
citizen needs. We strive to provide attractive, modern, and well
maintained facilities and green spaces which serve as a source of
community pride. We are committed to providing and promoting a
creative and balanced schedule of recreation activities and events and
work in close cooperation with various civic groups and organizations
in facilitating a wide array of leisure opportunities.
information contained on this website offers an overview of what we are
all about…our facilities, programs, and membership services. We
invite you to take advantage of the variety of opportunities offered by