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There are graduations in the Clubhouse the next few weekends.

Please DO NOT park in the clubhouse parking lot. 


The city has begun milling to remove the old road today.  You will still have access to your cul-de-sac during this process. Wednesday they planned to begin repaving, but their machine broke and they are getting a part.  As soon as that part is in, they will begin, possibly Wednesday night.  They are starting Thursday at the NORTH end of Tipperary and working block by block.  They will not be working on Friday.  On Monday they will begin again at the SOUTH end of Tipperary and they should be finished by Tuesday. 

The SouthWood Neighborhood Association is located in southwest Lincoln, Nebraska. It has a small neighborhood feel along with little traffic. SNA is located next to a main street that runs the length of the city which makes it easy to navigate to other parts of Lincoln. Check out our Location Map.

The SouthWood Clubhouse was built by the developer in the early 1970′s and given to the association to use as a central meeting place or rent out the upper floor for most small gatherings under 100 people. The event must be approved before allowing the rental. The rental rates differ according to your SouthWood Neighborhood Association status. There is also a cleaning and security deposit which you get back if the cleaning list is completed and there isn’t any damage to the building or grounds.

The Clubhouse is equipped with a fireplace, a serving island, kitchen appliances (stove, refrigerator and dish washer). The Clubhouse features a large event space along with a carpeted card room. We provide fold out tables, folding chairs and all the cleaning supplies to help you complete the cleaning list.

Call Melissa at 402-421-2193 for further information and see if your day is still open. The calendar is updated several times a month so contact us to verify your date is available.



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