Autumn Ridge

Homeowners Association



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The ARHA Resident Directory is being updated

Please complete the form and return

so your info can be updated







Bring the kids to the Parade!

10 am on July 4th





Annual TGIF get-together

Live music and appetizers!

Great way to meet your neighbors!

Friday August 10th,  7pm





The 2018 ARHA Annual Homeowners Meeting


will be held Monday, May 14th 2018

7:00pm at Willowdale 


April 2018 Newsletter

Ballot and Annual Dues invoice




March 2018 Newsletter




2018 Dues Payment


2018 ARHA dues are $135. 

If you pay by June 1st you get a discounted rate of $125.


Copy in April newsletter above




Roofing Material Update


August 4, 2017

Effective immediately, the ARHA Board has granted verbal approval for homeowners to use the following
textured asphalt shingles:

-CertainTeed Landmark – color Weathered Wood
-CertainTeed Landmark IR – color Weathered Wood
-CertainTeed Northgate – color Max Def Weathered Wood
-Owens Corning Oakridge - color Driftwood
-These are in addition to the alternatives previously approved

August 28, 2017 letter concerning changes




Roofing Information


Recent homeowner experiences with roofing contractors dictates that

ARHA continue communications to ensure everyone is aware of the

roofing requirements in our neighborhood.  It is recommended that you use a local contractor and check their references before you sign any documents or contracts.


More roofing info




Public Hearing on the widening of 168th St.


was held Thursday, May 11, 2017

at Russell Middle School


Presentation materials from meeting




City Garbage Collection Info


Beginning Jan. 5, 2015, pick-up day in Autumn Ridge

 will be every MONDAY


Click here, then Garbage Information/ Regulations  

Missed pickup: call 402-444-5238




 Dog Walkers


Thanks to all who pick up, and for those who might forget

please be respectful of your neighbors yard and scoop it up.  Thanks!!





Mayor’s Hotline  


The Mayor’s Hotline receives suggestions, comments, complaints and requests

 for city services from Omaha residents.  The Hotline is a system for

 reporting complaints using online web forms.

The system also allows you to check the status of your complaints online.


Omaha - Who to call listing




City Council Representative


Our representative for District #5 on the Omaha City Council is Rich Pahls 





Parking on “P” and 174th Streets


A fire truck was prevented from promptly responding to a house fire in Autumn Ridge by cars being parked too close together on P Street.  Douglas County had recently performed a traffic study and recommended that "No Parking" signs be installed on the south side of P Street (west of 172nd) and the west side of 174th Street (south of Welch) in order to improve traffic flow.  A survey of homeowners on these streets indicated that 76% of these residents were in favor of the no parking zone.  No Parking signs have been posted in this area by Douglas County.  All Autumn Ridge residents who find a need to park in the street are encouraged to park close to the curb so as not to obstruct passing traffic and emergency vehicles.  Thanks to everyone for their cooperation in this matter.




One topic of discussion at the annual meeting was trash receptacles that are being stored in some driveways.  ARHA, and your neighbors, appreciate the cooperation of everyone in keeping their trash cans stored out of sight, as it gives our neighborhood a cleaner and neater appearance.   Thank You!




Roofing Alternative


The roofing survey which was sent to all AR Homeowners indicated a preference by 90% of the respondents for a roofing option in addition to wood shakes.  To address the desires expressed by most of our homeowners, the ARHA Board has approved a resolution which provides an alternative roofing option, while maintaining an upscale, consistent look in our neighborhood.  Click here for more info.





Neighborhood Links

            Millard West HS

            Russell Middle School

            Willowdale Elementary

            City of Omaha



Association Activities - 2018


            2018 Garage Sales May 3,4,5 and August 2,3,4

            Progressive Dinner April 14

            Annual TGIF Party

Covenants Info


            Covenants are the legal requirements we are all obligated to follow when we purchased property in Autumn Ridge.  They are designed for the protection of real estate values in our neighborhood, something important to all of us.  You should have received a copy of the covenants when you closed on your home.  A copy is available by clicking the covenants link on the left. 


             There have been some questions about if and when our covenants will expire.  Our covenants will not expire.  Article V. 2.  states the covenants and restrictions “shall run with and bind the land in perpetuity”.  Our covenants are intended to help protect our property values, please cooperate and abide by them. 


            Please remember that the covenants prohibit boats, campers, trailers, RV’s, and trash receptacles from being stored outdoors on your property.





            Speed Bumps.  At our May 8, 2006 meeting, the issue of speed bumps was discussed.  We asked Douglas County to perform a traffic study on 174th Street.   According to the Douglas County Engineer, the volume of vehicles per day is too low to warrant “traffic calming devices” at this time.


            Annexation.  Autumn Ridge was annexed by the City of Omaha August 22, 2011.  As of that date our S.I.D. (Sanitary Improvement District 354) no longer exists.  As you may be aware, the S.I.D. had been paying for several maintenance items around the common area entrances at 168th and P, and 172nd and Q such as lawn mowing, sprinkling, weeding, landscaping, etc.  The homeowners association will assume the cost of maintenance of these common areas, as required by the covenants.   Annexation info


Neighborhood Watch


            There have been a couple reports of some teens congregating on the school property in the summertime during the late night or early morning hours.  Douglas County Sheriff is patrolling the school area and has asked to be advised of mischievous activities.  Don’t hesitate to call [911] if you see something going on that shouldn’t be.  If it’s after midnight – do you know where your kids are?


            Some people hesitate to call 911 if they want to report something suspicious but it’s not really an emergency.  According to the Douglas County Sheriff’s website:  Regardless of whether you consider an incident an emergency or not, simply dial 911 to report an incident or request a cruiser”. 


            Remember to keep your garage doors closed, and don’t leave your keys in the car.  Call your neighbor if you see their garage door open at night.   Report suspicious activities to 911.




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Autumn Ridge Homeowners Association (or ARHA)

P.O. Box 45748

Omaha, NE    68145




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