Petersburg, Nebraska

This is OUR community!

We are a community improvement award winner located near the picturesque Beaver Valley. Also the site of the Logan Fontenelle Monument where the famous Omaha Indian Chief, Logan Fontenelle (White Horse), was killed in 1855. We have two public parks and are the home of the annual Nebraska State Antique Tractor and Horse Plowing Bee and the Rae Valley Old Threshers Reunion in August.


Petersburg offers housing opportunity, whether it be for ownership or rental. For more information on housing, contact the Village Office at (402) 386-5551.

A senior/low-income housing unit built in 1997, Petersburg Country Cottages, has a senior low-income, six housing units. Income and age (55 years and above) guidelines apply. For more information on the Petersburg Country Cottages, contact Cornerstone Associates, (402) 748-3661.