Falls City is in the path of totality for the Total Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017
Monday, August 07, 2017
Falls City is in the path of totality for the Total Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017! Observers here will see (appx.) 2m 37s of totality!
Partial phase start: 11:39:15AM (CDT)
The City of Falls City welcomes all Solar Eclipse enthusiast for the Total Solar Eclipse on August 21, 2017. We hope your stay in and around Falls City is a memorable one! While visiting Falls City don’t miss out on what our exciting progressive Midwest NEBRASKA town has to offer.
While you are waiting for this once in a life time event take a stroll down our main street to check out what our retail businesses have to offer. If shopping is not your thing check out our most famous artist/ illustrator, John Philip Falter’s Museum at 17th and Stone Street or take a walk through Falls City and Richardson County’s history at the Richardson County Museum at 14th and Chase Street. But wait, there is more! Check out our web page at www.fallscitynebraska.org and click on our Tourism & Recreation tab which will guide you to several parks, restaurants and other recreation areas throughout Richardson County and southeast Nebraska.
Falls City is one of the sites with the longest totality and we are excited our location is being chosen by many eclipse enthusiasts! We are expecting a significant amount of spectators for this event. We ask all our family, friends and our neighbors who are traveling to Falls City to travel safe and respect others. To minimize confusion make sure you check out our website and face book page for information. If you have questions contact our local Chamber Office at 402-245-4228 or city hall at 402-245-2707.
Let’s enjoy this event and make it a memorable one!
Mayor Jerry Oliver and City Council
Gary Jorn, City Administrator