Data was compiled and analyzed by the University of Nebraska at Omaha Center for Public Affairs Research, a partner with the U.S. Census Bureau’s State Data Center program. The mission of the Center for Public Affairs Research is to collaboratively produce and disseminate high quality public scholarship on topics that impact the lives of Nebraskans. This brief provides data on demographics, the workforce, and housing in South Omaha. The majority of the data presented comes from the American Community Survey by the U.S. Census Bureau for the year 2020. Other data sources and years used in the analyses are notated. The geographies used to provide this data are census tracts in Douglas County, Nebraska. Douglas County, Nebraska has a total of 163 census tracts. Of those, we identified 26 of those tracts as “North Omaha,” 17 tracts as “South Omaha,” and 120 tracts to be the “Balance of Tracts in Douglas County” (BTDC). Comparison to the state of Nebraska is also provided when available. The data for these areas is based on aggregations of each tract. All data topics by census tract can also be made available.
Schafer, Josie Gatti and Grell, Tara, "Demographics, Workforce and Housing Review of South Omaha" (2022). Publications. 647.