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Home ::: Nebraska

Population: 1827306

Total Males: 906143
Total Females: 921163
Median Household Income: $ 51381
Total Households: 721026

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Nebraska in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Adams Ainsworth
Albion Alda Alexandria
Allen Alliance Alma
Alvo Ames Amherst
Anselmo Ansley Apex
Arapahoe Arcadia Archer
Arlington Arnold Arthur
Ashby Asheville Ashland
Ashton Atkinson Atlanta
Auburn Aurora Avoca
Axtell Ayr Bailey
Bancroft Bartlett Bartley
Bassett Battle Creek Bayard
Beatrice Beaver City Beaver Crossing
Bee Beemer Belden
Belgrade Bellevue Bellwood
Belvidere Benedict Benkelman
Bennet Bennington Bertrand
Big Springs Bingham Bladen
Blair Bloomfield Bloomington
Blue Hill Blue Springs Boelus
Boys Town Bradshaw Brady
Brainard Brewster Bridgeport
Bristow Broadwater Broken Bow
Brownville Brule Bruning
Bruno Brunswick BUCKEYE
Burchard Burr Burwell
Bushnell Butte Byron
Cairo Callaway Cambridge
Campbell Carleton Carroll
CARTHAGE Cedar Bluffs Cedar Creek
Cedar Rapids Center Central City
Ceresco Chadron Chambers
Champion Chapman Chappell
Charlotte Chester Clarks
Clarkson Clatonia Clay Center
Clearwater Cody Coleridge
Colon Columbus Comstock
Concord Cook Cordova
Cortland Cozad Crab Orchard
Craig Crawford Creighton
Creston Crete Crofton
Culbertson Curtis Dakota City
Dalton Danbury Dannebrog
Davenport Davey David City
Dawson Daykin De Witt
Decatur Denton Deshler
Deweese Dickens Diller
Dix Dixon Dodge
Doniphan Dorchester Douglas
Du Bois Dunbar Duncan
Dunning Dwight Eagle
Earney Edgar Edison
Elba Elgin Elk Creek
Elkhorn Ellsworth Elm Creek
Elmwood Elsie Elsmere
Elwood Emerson Emmet
Enders Endicott Ericson
Eustis Ewing Exeter
Fairbury Fairfield Fairmont
Falls City Farnam Farwell
Filley Firth FORSYTH
Fort Calhoun Franklin Fremont
Friend Fullerton Funk
Garland Geneva Genoa
Gering Gibbon Gilead
Giltner Glenvil Goehner
Gordon Gothenburg Grafton
Grand Island Grant Greenville
Greenwood Gresham Gretna
Guide Rock Gurley Hadar
Haigler Hallam Halsey
Hamlet Hampton Hardy
Harrisburg Harrison Hartington
Harvard Hastings Hay Springs
Hayes Center Hazard Heartwell
Hebron Hemingford Henderson
Henry HEREFORD Herman
Hershey Hickman High Point
Hildreth Holbrook Holdrege
Holland Holmesville Holstein
Homer Hooper Hordville
Hoskins Howells Hubbard
Humboldt Humphrey Hyannis
Imperial Inavale Indianola
Inland Inman Ithaca
Jackson Jacksonville Jansen
Johnson Johnstown Juniata
Kearney Kenesaw Kennard
Keystone Kilgore Kimball
Kinston La Vista Lakeside
Lamar Laurel Lavista
Lawrence Lebanon Leigh
Lemoyne Lewellen Lewiston
Lexington Lexington Downtown Lexington West
Liberty Lincoln Lindsay
Linwood Lisco Litchfield
Lodgepole Long Pine Loomis
Louisville Loup City Lumberton
Lyman Lynch Lyons
Macy Madison Madrid
Malcolm Malmo Manley
Marquette Marsland Martell
Mason City Max Maxwell
Maysville Maywood Mc Cook
McCook McCool Junction McLean
Mead Meadow Grove Melbeta
Memphis Merna Merriman
Milford Miller Milligan
Mills Minatare Minden
Mitchell Monroe Morrill
Morse Bluff Mullen Murdock
Murray Naper Nebraska City
Nehawka Neligh Nelson
Newcastle Newman Grove Newport
Nickerson Niobrara Norfolk
Norman North Bend North Loup
North Platte O' Neill O'Neill
Oak Oakdale Oakland
Oconto Odell Odessa
Offutt AFB Offutt Air Force Base Ogallala
Ohiowa Omaha Oneill
Ong Orchard Ord
Orleans Osceola Oshkosh
Osmond Otoe Overton
Oxford Page Palisade
Palmer Palmyra Panama
Papillion Parker Pawnee City
Paxton Pender Peru
Petersburg Phillips PHOENIX
Pickrell Pierce Pilger
Plainview Platte Center Plattsmouth
Pleasant Dale Pleasanton Plymouth
Polk Ponca Potter
Prague Prosser Purdum
QUINCY Ralston Randolph
Ravenna Raymond Red Cloud
Republican City Rising City Riverdale
Roca Rockville Rosalie
Roseland Royal Rulo
Rushville Ruskin Saint Edward
Saint Helena Saint Libory Saint Paul
Sargent Saronville Schuyler
Scotia Scotts Bluff Scottsbluff
Scribner Seattle Seneca
Seward Shelby Shelton
Shickley Shubert Sidney
Silver Creek Smithfield Snyder
So. Sioux City South Bend South Sioux City
Spalding Sparks Spencer
Sprague Springfield Springview
St Paul Stamford Stanton
Staplehurst Stapleton Steinauer
Stella Sterling Stockville
Strang Stratton Stromsburg
Stuart Suite B Sumner
Superior Sutherland Sutton
Swanton Syracuse Table Rock
Talmage Taylor Tecumseh
Tekamah Thedford Thurston
Tilden Tobias Trenton
Trumbull Tryon TUCSON
Uehling UKIAH Ulysses
Unadilla Union Upland
Utica Valentine Valley
Valparaiso Venango Verdigre
Verdon Virginia Waco
Wahoo Wakefield Wallace
Walthill Walton Washington
Waterbury Waterloo Wauneta
Wausa Waverly Wayne
Weeping Water Wellfleet West Point
Western Westerville Weston
Whiteclay Whitman Wilber
Wilcox Winnebago Winnetoon
Winside Winston Salem Wisner
Wolbach Wood River Wymore
Wynot York Yutan
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Nebraska

Basic History

The French traders first visited Nebraska in the late 1600s. The first permanent white settlement was established in 1823. Western Nebraska was acquired by treaty following the Mexican War in 1848. Nebraska became a territory after passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act in 1854. Congress passed an enabling act for statehood in 1864, but the original provision in the state constitution delayed statehood until 1867.

Environmental History

Nebraska’s deciduous forests are generally oak and hickory, conifer forests are dominated by western yellow pine. Various slough grasses, needle grasses, along with big bluestem, prairie dropseed, western wheatgrass and buffalo grass, and other grasses abound the region. Rare species of Nebraska’s flora include the yellow ladyslipper, pawpaw, and snow trillium. Three species are now threatened, which include, Ute ladies’ tresses, prairie fringed orchid, and Colorado butterfly plant. Common mammals native to the state are the pronghorn sheep, white-tailed and mule deer, badger, kit fox, coyote, striped ground squirrel, prairie vole and several skunk species. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed 9 animal species as threatened or endangered, including the American burying beetle, bald eagle, whooping crane, black-footed ferret, pallid sturgeon, and Eskimo curlew.

Green Initiatives

Electronic design and manufacturing companies of Nebraska are taking steps to make products more “Green”. Reduction of Hazardous Substance (RoHS) requirements limit the amount of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, and two types of brominated flame retardant in products sold in the European Union, to help reduce the environmental impacts these chemicals have on the eco-system. State Department of Agriculture-Forest Service, Department of Energy, Department of Health and Human Services, Environmental Protection Agency are all taking active steps to implement the following programs and projects: Solar Energy Program; controlled water circulation; Energy Efficient Lighting Retrofit; weatherization; Zero Energy Home Incentives; installing LED traffic signals and streetlights; improving energy efficiency in private sectors; government buildings energy audits and improvements; lighting retrofits at government facilities; installation of solar hot water systems; photovoltaic system; switching to biofuel; geothermal activities; Climate Action Plan; Community Energy Conservation Grants; usage of Compressed Natural Gas; Recycling Education and Awareness Program; Natural Resource Conservation Program; Energy Savings Performance Program; Hybrid Vehicle City Fleet Enrichment Program; Traffic Signal LED Retrofit; Bicycle Transit Improvement Project; Energy Efficient Residential Construction Grant Program; Master Plan for Sustainable Energy in Parks; Anti-Idling Vehicle Emission Reduction; Commercial Sustainability Outreach Program; Renewable Energy Projects; waste disposal and recycling; Green Code adoption, etc.
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