Omaha is poised to look much different in 2025 across multiple landscapes, everything from education and technology to development and transportation could see major changes.
Is the city ready?
3 News Now is digging deep into Omaha 2025, asking experts and stakeholders how the city will look and what will change. Tuesday, we'll look deeper into technology and development.
"It's about strong partnerships and collaborating and breaking down silos and making sure we're pushing ahead and we;re staying relevant," said Victoria Novak with AIM.
Every day at 6:30 p.m. join our reporters and local experts on Facebook Live to ask questions that are important to you.
We'll also post interviews from stakeholders in development, technology, education, and arts and culture.