Mission Hills and Mission Park are separate housing developments with many similar characteristics. Both are located off of 168th Street, Mission Hills to the east and Mission Park to the west with their northern boundaries along Q Street. Two stories and ranches, many with three car garages are the predominant styles, and construction starts range from the early 1990’s to today. Prices vary from $230,000 to $360,000 and reflect the home’s style, age, size and amenities.
Each neighborhood has a pro-active home owner’s association which emphasizes “community” and a family-friendly, safe life style. Both plan and sponsor social activities and work hard to maintain common areas and monitor and enforce the development’s covenants. Newsletters, neighborhood watch programs, and block captains provide communication for each homeowner.
A new YMCA facility on 168th Street is within walking distance to both communities, and walking and bicycle trails, soccer and baseball fields are found at either Walnut Grove Park or the Zorinsky Lake complex. Highly ranked Millard Public Schools for grades K-12 are near-by and with-in walking distance for many students. St. Stephen the Martyr, a large Catholic parish and its attached grade school, are located in Mission Hills, and a coed, Catholic high school is only a short drive away. Many other churches and cultural venues are in close proximity.
Near-by shopping centers provide grocery stores, banks, dry cleaners, restaurants and bars, while a larger entity—Village Pointe Shopping Center on the Dodge Expressway—is only a few miles away. And since numerous medical, office and industrial parks are located in the west Omaha suburbs, many residents enjoy short commutes.
Lovely homes, friendly, safe communities, excellent schools, convenient shopping, and short commutes! The complete package found in Mission Hills and Mission Park!