Wildlife enthusiasts visit Bruning in hopes of spotting a Whooping Crane, the rare and endangered tallest bird in America, where infamously 6 were spotted at Father Hupp Wildlife Preserve and Management Area just 2 ½ miles west of Bruning. Bruning has worked diligently on restoring the wetlands and marshes in the area. Although the economy in Bruning is tied to farming and agriculture, residents in the community understand that by preserving the native wildlife habitat and natural resources they are building a better foundation for farming the region in the future. Architecturally, in 1900 through 1910, Herman Bruning built three large cement block and brick buildings; a hotel, a saloon, and an opera house; all three are still standing as historic landmarks today. Bruning remains a quaint agricultural town with Nebraska dryland and irrigated crop land used for producing corn, soybeans, milo, and alfalfa.
Address: 141 E. Main Street (inside the Opera House)
Village Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM, Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Village Clerk/Treasurer: Sarah Krehnke
For utilities: They would need to fill out an application for service. They can pick it up in my office. I give them a small packet of all information. Including, but not limited to Dog tag form- Dogs are required to be licensed ($5 annually with a copy of rabies info), Golf Cart/ATV tag form-Utility vehicles are required to be licensed if driven on a public street ($10 annually with a copy of liability ins. Must be 18 yrs old), ACH form (we offer automatic withdrawal for water/sewer invoices. There is a $100 deposit for water. It is returned after a year, if in good standing.
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