Community

CHURCHES

Fridhem Lutheran Church
The Fridhem Lutheran Congregation was organized in 1880. This congregation sold most of the land that originated the town of Hordville. The original church, built in 1880 was later moved to its present location on Main St. The current Fridhem Lutheran Church built in 1908 stands tall next to the Hordville Park.
Church Phone – 402-757-3385
Pastor Courtney Erzkus

First Baptist Church
The Hordville First Baptist Congregation was organized in 1878 and the first church was built east of Hordville. In 1920 it was moved to its present location today.
Church Phone – 402-757-3318

 

FIRE AND RESCUE

Hordville Fire Department and First Responders
In the event of any emergency dial 911 and ask for assistance. The village of Hordville and surrounding fire district is served by the Hordville Volunteer Fire Department.
The village does not have a transporting ambulance service, but dialing 911 will dispatch the Hamilton County Ambulance Service for transport.

 

HOUSING

Lindenwood Apartments
The Lindenwood housing complex is located on Main St. Several apartments can be available for rent for fixed income citizens. Call Sandy DeMers (402-694-8889) to check availability.

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Village Board
The Hordville Village Board meets on the second Wednesday of each month at the Hordville Community Hall.
Current board members are:
Bill Anderson (Mayor)
Marwin Rogers (Parks)
Rod Blase (Streets)
Carla Fowler
Rob Anderson

Other village employees currently serving Hordville are:
Scott Simonsen (Clerk)
Marwin & Joanne Rogers (Hall & Event Center maintenance)

Aaron Blase (Water)

 

ORGANIZATIONS

Lions Club – The Hordville Lions Club was organized in 1980. The Club is a service organization for the Hordville community. The Hordville Lions club is a part of Lions International which fights preventable blindness. Lions Club members have helped with numerous medical benefits, presented scholarships to High Plains Community School graduating seniors and completed numerous comunity service projects. The club presently has 22 members. Anyone over 18 is welcome to join.

For more information contact:
Marx Holtorf 402-757-3389

4-H – The Busy Beavers 4-H Club has been a part of the Hordville Community for over 50 years. 4-H offers a wide range of projects and activities for children ages, 5 – 19. The goals of 4-H are focused towards helping youth develop competency in their projects, confidence in themselves, connections with their community, and sound character.
For more information, contact:
Sherri Wert 402-757-3244
Dwight Comer 402-757-3221