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Hickman City Hall and Hickman Community Center (115 Locust Street) will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018 in observance of Memorial Day.

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Welcome to the City of Hickman; Nebraska's Fastest Growing Community
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Community Survey, May 11th - 31st

A survey to gauge the citizens’ interest and level of importance for various community projects. Results will be used to draft the City’s strategic plan that will guide the development and budget for projects over the next 1-5 years.

To complete the survey, please click on the link below: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HickmanNE   An Open House to review results from the community survey and provide participants the opportunity to provide additional input.  Come anytime between 6:30 - 8:00 pm on June 11th, 2018 at the Hickman Community Center, 115 Locust Street Please join us!

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Hickman, A Great Place to Live

Welcome to Hickman - A Great Place to Live If in your life journey, you were looking for a great place to live, you have found it in Hickman! Where else could you find a growing and thriving community with strong Nebraska family values that is located just minutes away from the Capital City? Where else could you find a better quality of education than that provided by the Norris School District? Where else could you find yourself . . .

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Update: Community Center Open!

May 8, 2017 Over 500 people celebrated the culmination of six years of planning and collaborating this weekend with the opening of the new Hickman Multi-Purpose Community Center. In 2011, residents of the town located in south Lancaster County participated in meetings and surveys to create a strategic plan for the community. The need for a community center was found to be their top priority. “Community is . . .

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About Us

Prior to 1866 the place where our town is now located was open prairie in what was then Clay County. The few families who lived here had a difficult time of it since the closest market for selling things and purchasing supplies and lumber was Nebraska City. One of the early settlers, Rev. C. H. Heckman, lived near Salt Creek. As time went on, he purchased the adjoining 80 acres. This later became our town. A post office, established in . . .

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