Palisade Nebraska: A small warm inviting community with Pioneer Days celebration and POW and Veterans Memorial located in southwest Nebraska settled in 1879.   
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     Palisade boasts a Park and Library that are second to none. The park has been renovated on an annual basis and has modern playground and facilities. The Library continues to renovate itself every year and has computers, wi-fi, and e-Books on a 24/7 basis for those that are techno savvy, and reading clubs with coffee and cookies for the not so technologically inclined.
     The population has declined, but today Palisade is known as peaceful and a great place to raise kids. People come together to have benefits for other members in need and are constantly reaching out to help each other. 

KROTTER
PARK




In 1931 F.C. Krotter helped develop a 12 acre park which included a lighted ball field, tennis court, picnic area that is home to many activities in the community.






PALISADE CEMETERY

The earliest written records for the Palisade Cemetery was a letter was a letter dated 1923, although there are graves with death dates much earlier. The original Palisade Cemetery is located east and south of Palisade where there are still several graves. This older cemetery was called New Haven. At some point, with family permission, the majority of the graves were moved to the current Palisade Cemetery, which is approximately 2 miles East of Palisade. June 4, 1937 the Village of Palisade acquired the cemetery formally owned by the Palisade Cemetery Association. Although there have been changes over the years, the Village is currently in charge of the cemetery.
Submitted by: Brenda Daniels


PALISADE PUBLIC POOL

The Palisade modernized swimming pool replaced the original extra large swimming pool in 1983. The original swimming pool was designed in 1931 by F.C. Krotter and held over a million gallons of water and for years was the largest in the state. 

PALISADE PUBLIC LIBRARY


The Library continues to renovate itself every year and has computers, wi-fi, and e-Books on a 24/7 basis for those that are techno savvy, and reading clubs with coffee and cookies for the not so technologically inclined.

308-285-3525     Library Facebook Page
Library Hours: Monday and Wednesday:   9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
PALISADE FIRE/RESCUE

Fire Chief: Shad Wiese cell 308-340-4316
Ambulance Captain: Kerry Miller
PALISADE POST OFFICE

308-285-3221
Post Office Hours: Monday and Friday: 8:00 a.m. - Noon
Saturday: 8:30 - 9:15 a.m.

WAUNETA / PALISADE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Palisade Attendance Center
206 N. Reynolds, Box 329 Palisade, NE 69040
308.285.3219 f: 308.285.3218
Wauneta Attendance Center
214 W. Wichita, Box 368 Wauneta, NE 69045
308.394.5700 f: 308.394.5962
http://www.waunetapalisadeschools.org
 

SOUTHWEST PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT

For questions on Palisade electric rates contact:
221 North Main Street, PO Box 289, Palisade, NE 69040 
(800) 379-7977  or (308) 285-3295
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5p.m.
info@swppd.com 
http://www.swppd.com/contact-us

PIONEER COMMUNITY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 

102 South Main St., 308-285-3679, FAX  308-285-3702
Hours are Monday thru Friday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm & after hours by appointment.


SMITH
'S TRAILER PARK

Smith’s Trailer Park is located at 203 North Dean. Amenities include off street parking, electricity and water hook-ups. Contact Billy Smith for more information at 308-285-3568 or PO Box 281, Palisade, NE 69040-0281.

PALISADE COMMUNITY
FOUNDATION

The Palisade Community Foundation was formed in 1996 for receiving, administering and distributing funds for community betterment. The Palisade Community Foundation is an affiliated Fund of the Nebraska Community Foundation, Inc., with offices in Lincoln, Nebraska.

All contributions to the fund are available to support all allowable projects and programs that will promote the general welfare of the residents of the Palisade area community, protect its rich heritage and provide incentive for its continued growth. Donations may be made to the Endowment Account or for specific projects as specified by the donor.

The best incentives for contributing to the Palisade Community Foundation are having the assurance that your gift will be used for the betterment of the Palisade community and because the Foundation has a 501c(3) status that may give you tax benefits. Your tax advisor can inform you of this.

The Advisory Committee’s responsibility is to assure donors that the money and/or property entrusted to the Palisade Community Foundation is administered in a prudent and accountable manner and makes recommendations for the uses of the fund. Advisory Committee: Gary Hanken Curtis Kayton, Shelly Kayton, Patricia Post and Don Suda.

To become a member, to donate or for more information, you may contact the Palisade Community Foundation at PO Box 212, Palisade, NE 69040-0212. You may call Patricia Post at 308-285-3731 or contact Jim Gustafson with the Nebraska Community Foundation at 402-323-7330


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