Utica 

Businesses

For more information about Businesses in Utica, go to – https://uticane.com/business-directory/

Village Clerk
Utilities
Trash Services
Utilities
Internet 
  • Hughes Net (855-465-1947) 
  • Windstream (844-394-9875) 
  • Exede (866-606-9068)
Churches
  • First United Methodist Church (402-534-2741)
  • St. Patrick’s Catholic Church (402-534-2372)
  • St. Paul Lutheran Church (402-534-2200)
Organizations/Clubs
  • American Legion Post #49
  • 402-643-5358
  • American Legion Auxiliary
  • Gloria Deremer
  • 402-534-3414
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • David Stahr
  • 402-534-0005
  • Centennial Wrestling Club
  • Melissa Grantski
  • 402-534-2013
  • Cub Scouts of America
  • Rick Backhaus
  • 402-630-5154
  • Commercial Club
  • Marci Fehlhafer
  • 402-641-6082
  • Heritage Foundation/Library
  • Duane and Sylvia Daake, Kathy Ohlsen operator
  • 402-534-3442 or 402-641–197
  • Knights of Columbus- St. Maximilian Kolbe Council
  • 402-532-2545
  • SYA Tractor Club
  • Mark Greckel
  • 402-643-8354
  • Utica Area Lions Club
  • Don Rut
  • 402-534-2281
  • Utica Lodge #96 Ancient Free and Accepted Masons
  • Kevin Scheele
  • 402-366-8648
  • Utica Ball Organization (UBO)
  • Christel Fehlhafer
  • 402-534-2811
  • Utica Volunteer Fire Department
  • Chief Craig Wolf
  • Utica Foundation
  • Utica Volunteer Fire Department
Schools
More Information

How Utica Was Named

Utica was named for Chief Utica of the Mohawk Indians and was built up around the Burlington & Missouri Valley Railroad.

Population

861

Did you know?

Once promoted as “the garden spot in the nation,” the village was home to former Nebraska’s U.S. Rep. Doug Bereuter.