• Ames Avenue Paving - Omaha NE
    The Civil Works Administration (CWA) conducted improvement work on Ames Avenue in Omaha, Nebraska. "Omaha's first completed CWA project is now ready for use ... It is the repaved south half of Ames avenue, west of Twenty-fourth street."
  • Benson Station Post Office - Omaha NE
    The historic Benson Station post office in Omaha, Nebraska was completed in 1941 with Treasury Department funds. The building is still in service.
  • Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium Improvements - Omaha NE
    The Works Progress Administration (WPA) constructed cat and bear cages at what was then known as the Riverview Park Zoo in Omaha, Nebraska. A 1936 article cites "new cement cages" begun in the fall of 1935 that would house animals once the WPA completed construction. The status of the project is unknown to Living New Deal.
  • Logan Fontenelle Housing Project (demolished) - Omaha NE
    Omaha's Logan Fontenelle Housing Project was constructed as a federal Public Works Administration (PWA) project during the Great Depression. Located from 20th to 24th Streets, and from Paul Street north, the project was demolished in 1995. PWA Docket No. H-2001
  • Saddle Creek Underpass - Omaha NE
    The historic Saddle Creek grade separation underpass in Omaha, Nebraska, at the crossing of Dodge St. and Saddle Creek Rd., was constructed with the help of the Civil Works Administration (CWA) and completed in 1934. (Construction is sometimes mis-attributed to the WPA.)
  • South Omaha Bridge (demolished) - Omaha NE to Council Bluffs IA
    The South Omaha Veterans Memorial Bridge (originally the South Omaha Bridge) was constructed during the Great Depression with the aid of federal Public Works Administration (PWA) funds. Demolished in 2010, construction occurred between 1934 and 1936. The PWA supplied a $1,325,000 loan and $405,293 grant for the project, whose total cost was $1,735,910. PWA Docket No. NE 22.