Ralston, Nebraska truly is a small town in the heart of the big city. Located inside the city limits of Omaha, Ralston retains its independent government and public services; the Ralston Public School District comprises six elementary schools, a middle school and a high school, and serves over 1,000 students. Ralston’s tree-lined streets and mixed-use zoning ensure plenty of green space for those living in the city, while historic roots provide a solid basis for the community.
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Ralston began its life as a farming estate owned by a local newspaper publisher. Deerfield, as the estate was named, featured an artesian well, a man-made lake and a 17-room mansion. A town grew up around the farm, and by 1909 Ralston had its own post office; incorporation followed in 1912. Main Street was flattened in the following year by a devastating tornado; rather than giving up, local residents rebuilt the town and added significant improvements, including widening the streets and adding a public library that still serves as a center of activity within the community. Today, Ralston offers a quiet oasis in the midst of Omaha’s urban sprawl, allowing its residents to enjoy the best of both worlds; Ralston provides residents with small-town living within easy reach of the advantages of the big city. Real estate prices are reasonable, with median home prices around $130,000, making Ralston the perfect entry-level neighborhood for families in the Omaha area.
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