Quality of Living
Learn What Makes Living in Omaha Great
High quality of life, low cost of living, and diversity of educational and living options characterize life in Omaha. The greater Omaha area population of 1.3 million people is one of the country’s most affordable tech centers. At 4.9% below the national cost of living average, it costs less to live and work here than in most tech areas. Omaha has also been rated No. 2 in America’s Best Cities by Resonance (population of more than 200,000 but fewer than 1 million), No. 2 in Cities Where Renters Can Afford to Live Alone by SmartAssets, and No. 5 in Cities You Should Consider Moving to ASAP by Zoe Report.
Arts & Culture
With several theatre venues, history and art museums, and music venues, Omaha’s cultural community is thriving.
Sports & Events
Omaha is home to the Omaha Storm Chasers AAA baseball team, Omaha Beef professional indoor football team, and the Omaha Lancers hockey team.
Omaha also hosts several special sporting events such as The College World Series, US Olympic Swim Trials, and US Senior Open in addition to a wide variety of college sports events.
Outdoors & Adventure
With more than 240 parks and 120 miles of paved trails, Omaha provides excellent access to biking, fishing, golf courses, swimming pools, fitness trails, and picnic areas. There are also four large recreation areas nearby for fishing, camping, and boating fun.
Entertainment & Food
Locals love to socialize and celebrate; as a result, the community has abundant entertainment and food options. From one of the world’s best zoos to thirteen entertainment districts, there’s something for everyone.
From primary care facilities and comprehensive hospitals to health care research and technology, Omaha delivers first-class health care to residents.