Blue Springs City Hall
104 E Broad Street
P.O. Box 25
Blue Springs, NE 68318
(402) 645-3539

City Hall e-mail

Office Hours
MTTF 8:30 to 12:00

Council Meetings
1st & 3rd Tuesday Monthly

Lonnie Meyer

City Council Members
Verona Neumann
Gene (Radar) Reedy
Janet Riensche
Tim Sedlacek

City Clerk
Kathy Roche

City of Blue Springs Blog

(City Council news updates)

City Ordinances
Ordinance #475 & 476 new

Annual Blue Springs
Classic Car & Tractor Show

Local Businesses

United Methodist Church

Southern School District
Home of the RAIDERS

Blue Springs Volunteer
Fire Department

Blue Springs Fireman's
Memorial Hall

Available for public rental

Blue Springs Public Parks

Blue Springs Cemetery
Nebraska's Oldest Recorded Cemetery

History of Blue Springs

Wymore Library
Serving Southern Gage County

Beatrice Community Hospital
Serving Gage County

Community Memorial Healthcare
Marysville, Kansas

Southern Gage County -
Memories & History

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Map of Blue Springs

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Next Council Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, July 23, 2024 7pm
Open to the Public -
Agenda May be Modified at Meeting

Approval of Minutes
Approval of Claims
Planning & Zoning -
Application for Building Permits (as submitted)
Demolition Project
Crack Sealing Bids
Papa B's (Borgman) vacating a portion of the alley, easement
School - Portable/Temporary Stop Sign at Crosswalk,
Ordinance #477

Southern Gage History Trail
Self-Guided Day Tour

Blue Springs 1857 - 2007
Sesquicentennial Book
150 years

Johnson Cabin Museum
National Registry of Historic Places

165 years 1855-2020
70 years as a Pioneer Museum 1950-2020

The first settlers arrived in Gage County in the 1850s, long before the Homestead Act became law. Reverend Johnson arrived in Gage County in the summer of 1855 and built this cabin 1 1/2 miles north of Blue Springs. He returned to Iowa and brought his family back to settle in the summer of 1857. They were true Pioneers whose story has been lovingly preserved in their 160-year-old cabin in the Blue Springs Park. The cabin is furnished with memorabilia from its time period and hosted by docents who are familiar with the home & the rich history of Southern Gage County.


Guy Chamberlin Monument
Southern Elementary School
312 W 2nd Street

Chief Standing Bear Trail
Blue Springs Trailhead

B-Line 1 mile east of Blue Springs

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