Fort Calhoun has a population of 900 people. The median age of a person in Fort Calhoun is 38.5 years old. The population is spread out, with about 20% of the population being people under the age of 18 and 30% of the population being people that are 55 and older.
What’s Considered Fort Calhoun?
Fort Calhoun is mostly in between County Roads P43 and P32. Highway 75, known as 14th Street, goes through the middle of town.
Navigating Fort Calhoun
14th Street, otherwise known as Highway 75, is the main street that runs north and south. This is also the main highway people take to get into Omaha, since it links up to Interstate 80. When it comes to east and west streets, Monroe and Clay streets are the two main roads to get around the town.
Memorial Community Hospital and Health System is located off 14th street. For more major surgeries, there are two CHI hospitals and a Nebraska Medicine hospital within a 20-25 minute drive of Fort Calhoun.
Fort Calhoun Community Schools has an elementary school and a junior/senior high school. Fort Calhoun High School is a Class C1 school in sports.
Parks & Recreation
There are a few recreational activities to do in Fort Calhoun. Although there aren’t many parks within the city, there are several places that people can go and tourist attractions in order to get out in nature.
Not only does Fort Calhoun have a few restaurants, but they also have many museums and cool things to tour. Fort Atkinson was the first fort built west of the Missouri River.
Boyer Chute, DeSoto Refuge, and the Washington County Museum are all interesting places to go with your family. If you’re looking for more, downtown Omaha is only 20 minutes away down Highway 75.
The Mayor of Fort Calhoun is Mitch Robinson. There are four city council members.
Water & Sewer: City of Fort Calhoun
Trash: Abe’s, Papillion Sanitation, or Defenbaugh