Ashland Nebraska is a community perfectly located between Omaha and Lincoln making it a great place for those seeking small town life while still maintaining employment in either Omaha or Lincoln. Additionally, the town is located nearby many attractions including; Mahoney State Park, SAC Air Command and Museum, Wild Life Nature Park and more.

The town of Ashland was founded in 1870 and at the time had a population of 653. Ashland Nebraska has grown in population over the years and as of 2016 had an approximate population of 2,566. There is a bustling business community including two banks, art studios, fitness centers and gyms, numerous restaurants, gift stores and more. The growth of both Omaha to the west and Lincoln to the east will only add to the opportunity for growth within Ashland.


Homes for Sale in Ashland

Ashland Schools

Students of all ages in the Ashland  area attend Ashland-Greenwood consolidated School District and more information about the school district can be found here http://news.agps.org/.

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Recreation & Parks in and around Ashland

The town of Ashland offers 13 different park and recreational areas that provide playground equipment, sports facilities and gathering places. In addition to the parks the town is in close proximity to Mahoney State Park that has wide open spaces, camping facilities and best of all a waterpark.

Ashland Weather

Weather in Nebraska is wide and varied, and Ashland weather is no exception. Experience the full range of environmental climate! Frigid winter nights dipping into subzero temps, sweltering summer days bouncing into triple-digits, warm aromatic spring times of luscious green, and glorious, multicolored fall scenes round out the swing of the seasons beautifully.

Ashland Ammenities and Events

The town of Ashland has many locations for gatherings and meetings including the Ashland library and community resource center. In the summer months you can enjoy the Ashland public swimming pool and splash pad.

One of the main and most popular events that happens in Ashland Nebraska is the “Stir Up Days” which occurs annually in mid July.


Ashland Real Estate

As a community nestled between Omaha and Lincoln, the opportunity for growth in Ashland is abundant. The current affordability of lots, homes and acreages in and around Ashland offers those who seek space and small town living a future place to call home.