Neighborhood Info

Contact Information

Emergency & Utility 


Emergency (fire, police, health) – 911

Douglas County Sheriff (non-emergency) – (402) 444-6641

Irvington Fire Department (non-emergency) – (402) 571-0451

Snow Removal Issues – (402) 444-6395 –

MUD (water, sewer, gas) – (402) 554-6666

OPPD (electricity) – (402) 536-4131

Street Light Outages – (401) 636-2000 Report Online

Players Club


Club Manager: Tim Halpine

Players Club Golf Club – (402) 963-9950 –

Room Rentals: Paul Feauto – (402)-963-9963 —

Players Club Pool  (402) 885-8239 

Players Club Palmer’s Pub – (402-) 963-9933 

Players Club Pro Shop — (402)-963-9950

General Info About Deer Creek



Contact the Northwest Post Office Station for mail service – (402) 965-4026

Contact Beth Krolikowski for mail box keys and box maintenance – (402) 397-7775



Trash and yard waste receptacles cannot be visible from the front or rear except on trash pickup day.

All yard maintenance equipment and any excess building type materials are to be stored inside.

Report Covenant violations to any of the Deer Creek Board Members.

Annual Homeowners dues of $390.00 are due January 1 of each year and delinquent fees will be assessed on late payments.

New home plans and changes to existing exterior of your homes require you to complete a Change Request Form and submit it to the Architectural Review Committee for its review and approval.



Our school district is Omaha Public Schools.

Northwest High School – 8204 Crown Point – (402) 557-3500

Alfonzo W. Davis Middle School – 8050 No 129th Ave – (402) 561-6130

Prairie Wind Elementary School  – 10908 Ellison Ave – (402) 491-0859



The HOA owns the park located near 126th Avenue and Read Street. We also own the park on 120th and Deer Creek Blvd.

The parks are available to all Deer Creek residents for cookouts, parties, etc. There is electricity near the gazebo. You will need to provide your own trash receptacles, cleanup, and rental of portable toilets. 

Your SID (#405)



The responsibilities of the Sanitary Improvement District (SID) are to:

  • Spend the money of the SID competently and ensure accurate payment of expenses.
  • Protect the financial foundation of SID by foreclosing on unpaid specials.
  • Prepare and approve the annual budget.
  • Manage the street cleaning
  • Manage the sewer cleaning and street repairs.


Ed Fuxa –

Thomas Lemon –

Christopher Hawkins –

Amy Lindhorst –

Jim Morran –