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Sewer Separation Project

Clean Solutions for Omaha! to impact Lauritzen Gardens

For the next 18 months, the garden will be impacted by the City of Omaha's CSO! Program. Sewer separation work on garden grounds will result in the temporary closure of some garden features and exhibits this fall and winter for visitor safety, but the garden will remain open.  

The garden embraces the role that we must play in making way for the city's work and the changes it will require at the garden. We welcome the enhanced protection that this necessary work will provide for the community waterways and ecosystems.

Lauritzen Gardens will remain committed to providing unique garden experiences, events and programs and we sincerely thank you for your patience and continued support during this time of change. 


Click here to read about the project in our latest issue of Seasons of Growth.  


Click here to see the garden map, effective July 2013.  


Click here to see a list of open and closed garden areas.  


For more information, visit the Clean Solutions for Omaha! Website  


For questions, contact the CSO! hotline at (402) 341-0235.  

Garden related questions can be directed to Mia Jenkins, Director of Marketing at (402) 346-4002, ext. 205 or  


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