Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates

Coronavirus InformationThe City of Papillion is taking steps to slow down the spread of coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, and to protect vulnerable populations in our community. 

Here are the latest updates about closures and reopenings:

  • Papillion City Hall is open to the public by appointment only.
  • Sump Memorial Library is open with a number of restrictions in place. Full details here:
  • All playgrounds, fields, courts and park restrooms are now open.
  • Splash pads are now open.
  • The Walnut Creek Recreation Area campground is now open.
  • Papillion Landing is open with a number of restrictions in place. See full details here:
  • The Recreation Department will resume a variety of summer programming in July.
  • Tara Hills and Eagle Hills golf courses are open with a number of measures in place.
  • SumTur Amphitheater is planning to begin hosting community events in July.
  • Papio Bay Aquatic Center will be closed for the season. Unfortunately, DHM restrictions and staffing challenges will make it financially and logistically unfeasible to open the facility this summer.

Paying Bills

Emergency Response

  • If you interact with our Police and Fire Departments and you have symptoms, please make sure they are aware. (Sarpy 911 is also asking callers about possible exposure and symptoms.)

Papillion Restaurant Carry-Out/Delivery Options

Grocery Stores with Special Hours for Elderly and Immune Compromised

Community Resource List

Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office Helpline

  • The Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office Helpline is available for those in Sarpy County who are elderly, sick or caretakers of people in those demographics who need help picking up prescriptions, groceries or other necessities. Call 402-593-1593.

PLV Cares

  • PLV Cares is a gathering place for information on community resources to help those looking for ways to receive assistance in Papillion and La Vista. Visit or call the PLV Cares Crisis Hotline, 531-444-CARE (2273), for FREE counseling.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

For those who are visiting our City facilities and interacting with staff, please follow CDC recommendations:

  • Stay home if you are sick. Contact your primary care doctor first for direction (as long as you aren’t in immediate health crisis).
  • Wash your hands often, with soap and water, for at least 20 seconds (especially after using the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing).
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth — especially after touching commonly used items like handrails, elevator buttons and doorknobs.
  • Carry hand sanitizer in your purse or pockets.
  • Consider foregoing handshakes and exchanging business cards for the time being.
  • Practice coughing and sneezing hygiene: Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue (or your elbow), then throw the tissue in the trash (not in your bag or pocket).

Here are some other helpful resources:

Stay Home State - Multi-Jurisdictional