|Fire Department||Info at 402-387-2494|
|City Permit/Planning Department||402-387-2494|
|Park & Recreation Department||402-387-2494|
|Street/Sanitation Department||Street 402-387-1962
|UPS/United Parcel Service||800-742-5877|
|Municipal Airport||402-387-1491||More Information|
|Voter Registration||402-387- 2705|
|Electricity||Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) 1-877-275-6773|
|City Water and Sewer||402-387-2494|
|Natural Gas||Source Gas 1-800-563-0012|
|Propane||Madison’s Great Western 402-387-2870 and
Farmers Ranchers Co-op 800-557-3732
|Telephone||Three River Communications 402-387-1353 or
|Cable TV||Midcontinent Communications 1-800-888-1300
Three River Communications 402-387-1353
|Internet||Three River 402-387-1353
Simple Solutions 402-273-4395
|Schools||Ainsworth Community School
High and Middle School 402-387-2082
Ainsworth Municipal Golf Course. This is a 9-hole grass greens course with clubhouse located six miles west of Ainsworth on Highway 20.
|Swimming||130-capacity pool located in the East City Park.|
|Tennis||Two lighted courts in the East City Park.|
|Sand Volleyball||Court available in the East City park.|
|Horseshoes||24 regulation, lighted courts in the East City Park, home of the 1986 and 1998 World Horseshoe Tournament.|
Excellent fishing at nearby Pine Creek (trout), Plum Creek (trout), Keller Park, and sandhill lakes (pan fish). The Niobrara River, located 15 miles north of Ainsworth, has catfish.
|Hunting||Deer, antelope, pheasant, quail, grouse, dove, duck, and turkey are available in the immediate area.|
|Boating||Numerous nearby sandhill lakes provide pleasure in the summer for boaters and water skiers. In addition to natural lakes, Merritt Reservoir and Calamus Reservoir are also available for boating, fishing, and water skiing. Canoe trips are popular on the Niobrara River, just north of Ainsworth.|
Keller State Park and Long Pine State Recreation Area offer camping. State park permits are required. An RV Dump is located at the Ainsworth East City Park.
|Museums||Sellors Barton Museum holds historical artifacts and an interpretive display about the sandhills. The Brown County Historical Society Coleman House and Dixon House contain clothing, furniture, memorabilia, a genealogical file, and other Brown County historical information.|
Ainsworth is 10 minutes from the Pine Creek, one of the premiere trout streams in Nebraska, located in Long Pine, NE. Pine Creek is also great for tubing and camping. The Meadville Park and Meadville Store are located fifteen miles north of Ainsworth. There you can go tubing, or sit on shore bank of the Niobrara River and enjoy the sound of the talking waters and wind in the pine trees. Ainsworth is 45 minutes from most of the major tubing outfitters along the Niobrara River. There are many wonderful places to eat, great establishments to go for entertainment, cozy hotels, and several friendly shopping venues to accommodate your every need while you visit the Sand Hills.