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ANNUAL SPRING CLEANUP MAY 17

Do you have large items like appliances, tires, chairs or couches that you want to get rid of? Or maybe you have branches that fell during the windy days of spring that are too big for the weekly yard waste collection. The annual Spring Clean Up is the opportunity for you to dispose of such items.

The Spring Clean Up program is a joint effort of Keep Omaha Beautiful, Inc., and the City of Omaha. But Spring Clean Up wouldn’t happen without the many community advocate organizations that provide the volunteers to staff the collection sites. This Clean Up is not for disposal of household garbage such as is put on the curb for weekly pickup.

Spring Clean Up is open to all Omaha residents. People utilizing a Spring Clean Up site do not need to be a dues paying member of the sponsoring organization, nor do they have to pay any fees what so ever to use a Spring Clean Up site, or the tree limb and brush disposal vouchers.

Not every Spring Clean Up site will collect all materials. Appliances, tires, and lead acid batteries will only be collected at one designated site each Clean Up Saturday. Collection sites will have vouchers available for disposal of tree limbs and brush on Clean Up Saturdays.  The Appliance Host is Millard South High School West parking lot - 14950 Q Street. The Tire Host is Catlin Arts Magnet School - east parking lot - 12736 Marinda Street (2200 South)

The Clean Up site for AA residents is the parking lot of Faithful Shepard Church at 165th & West Center Road. It will be open May 17, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. We are looking for helpers to assist at the collection site. More detailed information will be provided in the May issue of the Armbrust Acres newsletter.

If you would like to be a helper or want more details contact Tim Salzbrenner at (402) 290-7199 or by email:  timsalzbrenner@gmail.com

 

ANNUAL ARMBRUST ACRES SPRING GARAGE SALE:
MAY 1 - 3: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

To Participate:

•  There is no need to contact anyone to participate. You may participate in one or all of the days.

•  A neighborhood Ad will be placed in the Omaha World Herald and paid for by AA.

•  Garage Sale Signs will be placed on and around the AA property starting the Sunday before the sales begin.

•  Feel free to place directional signs but please do not put any in the common areas with weed barriers. All signs must be removed by Sunday at 10am following the sale.

•  Be aware that the city does not allow any signs placed on city owned property and they will be removed. The city may issue a fine for this violation.

•  We ask that you do not open your sale before 8:30am. The school buses need to have the children picked up and out of our neighborhood for the safety purposes.

Note: There will not be a Wed Pre-Sale

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ARMBRUST ACRES NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION ON FACEBOOK

Did you know Armbrust Acres has a Facebook page?  Check it out!  Click here.

 

LOST AND FOUND

FOUND:  3-23 Mazda car key with Arizona plastic tag.  Found on Zorinsky walking trail.

FOUND:  Found on park bench at the park, 3-14.   Sony camera.  HD, VCHD, cyber-shot, G., Exmor, 16.2 mega pixels

For more information about Lost and Found items, contactl Rose Bockelman at 402-697-9250 or rbockelman@hotmail.com.

 

ROOFING

Please be familiar with the Roofing Guidlines for Armbrust Acres when you are ready to replace your current roofing.

Click here for more information regarding Roofing Guidelines.

 

 
AAHA HOMEOWNER'S DUES 2014

Please complete the AAHA Membership Form and deliver it with your $115 check to Membership Chair, Annie Beck, as soon as possible.

Click here for the 2014 Membership form.

Thank you for your prompt payment and support of the effort to “Keep Armbrust Acres Beautiful!”

 

 
COVENANTS
NEIGHBORHOOD COVENANTS

Click here to read the AA Neighborhood Covenants.

 

 
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Throughout the year various events are held in which Armbrust Acres residents can choose to participate: the Summer Reading contest, the Halloween Costume contest, and the Snowman contest, etc.

The largest event is the Independence Day celebration which includes the fabulous fireworks we've seen at the end of the evening.

We are looking for sponsors for our events throughout the year.   Click here for the Sponsorship Form that will provide you or your company the opportunity to sponsor events for the Armbrust Acres neighborhood.  Any help you can provide is very much appreciated.

 

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KNOW WHEN TO FLY YOUR AMERICAN FLAG

Show your pride in the United States of America! Click here to know the Patriotic Holidays.

 

ARMBRUST ACRES...

Armbrust Acres is a beautiful neighborhood with mature trees, homes with a variety of floor plans, and a park for residents' use. Situated on the north shore of Lake Zorinsky, Armbrust Acres provides residents the convenience of enjoying the lake and its many recreational opportunities.  Several schools and a major hospital are also conveniently close. Shopping and restaurant choices are almost endless as businesses to the west of Armbrust continue to develop.  Residents take pride in keeping Armbrust Acres a great place to live. Our neighborhood web site is designed to keep Armbrust Acres residents connected to neighborhood news and events.  This web site is open to the public, so if you know someone who wants to know more about Armbrust Acres or is thinking of choosing our neighborhood for their home, please forward our web site address to them.


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