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Saddlebrook consists of 353 traditional lots and 63 Villas lots, located in northwest Omaha near 148th & Fort Streets.
Saddbrook is outside the city limits of Omaha, but within the 3-mile zoning jurisdiction. Saddlebrook contains almost 6 acres of open common space with sidewalks and landscaping.
The Saddlebrook subdivision was originally developed by Benchmark Homes in 2000. In March of 2006, following the February death of the company's founder, Benchmark Homes fell into bankruptcy and soon thereafter went out of business.
First National Bank of Omaha took possession of the unsold lots and assumed responsibilty as the developer. In December of 2011, First National Bank sold all of the remaining undeveloped lots to private builders.
Saddlebrook and Saddlebrook Villas are two separate homeowners associations.
Saddlebrook Villas has an active homeowners association which provides for maintenance of their private streets, and trash and snow removal.
Saddlebrook has an active homeowners association which is responsible for outlot landscaping/maintenance, covenant enforcement, and architectural control of existing properties.
Homeowners Association Dues for 2012 are $180.00. More information on the Saddlebrook Homeowners Association can be found here
Saddlebrook is a part of Sanitary Improvement District (SID) 446, which is overseen by a 5 person Board of Trustees consisting of 3 trustees elected by Saddlebrook residents and 2 trustees elected by Saddlebrook property owners. The SID is responsible for the installation and maintenance of the public streets, storm and sanitary sewer infrastructure and other improvements to the district.
In 2007 the SID, along with the SID's of Standing Bear West, Stone Park, and Castle Creek subdivisions, the City of Omaha Parks Department, Omaha Public Library, and the Omaha Public Schools signed an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement to create a joint facility that now consists of Saddlebrook Elementary School, Saddlebrook Public Library, and the Saddlebrook Community Center.
It is the first such multipurpose facility in the State of Nebraska. The facility opened in the Fall of 2009.