Minne Lusa Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in April of 2014. Years of effort have been put into bringing new life to this important North Omaha neighborhood.
For 100 years, this neighborhood has been home to families and individuals who have contributed to the hardworking character of Omaha. In the past, the neighborhood had been affected by the socioeconomic struggles of North Omaha. However, neighbors have rallied together recently to highlight the strong sense of community and history that makes this neighborhood unique in Omaha.
Minne Lusa is the largest bungalow district between Chicago and Pasadena, with more than 80% of its nearly 800 homes being true bungalows or bungalow variations. In an effort to continue restoring the sense of community pride and to properly identify the district, we are raising funds to design, build, and install proper signage throughout the neighborhood.
Minne Lusa Historic District celebrates our 100th year in 2015. We intend to install the signage as part of our Centennial Celebration, but we need your help and support.