Elkhorn was a town on the western edge of the city of Omaha, Nebraska, United States. The population was 6,062 at the 2000 census and was estimated by the Census Bureau at 8,192 in 2005. It was named after the Elkhorn River. Elkhorn was once an independent city in Douglas County until it was annexed by Omaha.
Valley, Nebraska, a city of 1,800 plus residents in western Douglas County, is one of this area’s special treasures. The beautiful lake communities, charming hometown atmosphere and entertainment and shopping opportunities make Valley a destination location for young and old. The population of $1,800 was at the 2010 census and we estimated the population to be over 2,400 at the end of 2019 – this gives us a growth rate of over 30% making us one of the fastest growing communities in the State of Nebraska.
Valley and it’s surrounding area is home to six beautiful sand-bottom lakes. Boating, swimming and fishing can be enjoyed by lake community residents. There is one additional lake community already in process and another being looked at by the same developer.