Log in
  • Home
  • June Club Meeting - Beltline Trail

June Club Meeting - Beltline Trail

  • 28 Jun 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
  • Virtual via Zoom & In Person


  • Buffet style lunch for Members
  • Must present Student ID at time of check in
  • Buffet style lunch for Non-Members
  • Virtual attendees will be able to see the slides and hear the presenter, but there will not be a live video broadcast of the event.

Registration is closed

 Beltline Trail

Presented by: Eric Williams, Papio NRD

Lunch will be served at 11:45am

Presentation will begin at noon

This meeting will be In-Person with a Virtual Option

This meeting will be held at the Scott Conference Center (6450 Pine Street in Aksarben).  Free Parking in Lot 9 across street (Figure included below). Please submit any unique diet requests a week in advance.

A virtual Zoom Option will also be available.  Virtual meeting log-in information will be sent approximately 2 hours prior to the start of the meeting:

Presentation Details :

Presenter: Eric Williams

Eric has worked professionally for over a decade to conserve and protect natural resources in the Omaha community. He is the Natural Resources Planner at the Papio-Missouri River NRD, where his work focused on planning and construction of trails for active transportation, recreation, and access to natural resources.

Beltline Trail Presentation

The Papio-Missouri River NRD has partnered with public agencies around the Omaha metropolitan area to build over 130 miles of trails. A partnership between the NRD and City of Omaha is now carrying out the long-discussed conversion of a rail corridor to a comprehensive trail project know as the Beltline Trail. Following the abandoned industrial rail line through North Omaha, multiple phases of the project will connect from Hamilton Street at Military Ave up to the North Omaha Transit Center near 30th & Ames. Eric will provide an update about the phases of the Beltline Trail, and highlights from other trail projects around the metro. Below is a link to the Beltline Trail Master Plan.