The Village of Hadar, Nebraska is a small, rural community located about seven miles northwest of Norfolk along Nebraska Highway 13.
Hadar offers a quiet, small-town atmosphere with several amenities, including a convenience store, bar and grill, and a library that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Little Free Library is located at 402 Sycamore St. It is the second library of its kind in Nebraska and the first "park-like" Little Library with a bench to enjoy some reading before your journey home. Charlotte Endorf established the no-fee book exchange in her own yard. People may borrow as many items as they like, as long as they leave the same number in return.
A local organization, Hadar Community Improvement, conducts fundraisers to benefit the community. In the past, the group has purchased new playground equipment and sponsored celebrations and contests in Hadar. Hadar Community Improvement hosts a pancake feed in the spring as its annual fundraiser.
Immanuel Lutheran School in Hadar provides preschool through eighth grade students with a Christian education in preparation for this life and the next. God's Word is our primary focus, and every subject is taught from a Christ-centered perspective.
Hadar Fire and Rescue crews are on-call 24 hours a day to respond to emergencies within the village, keeping our community safe.
Housing is important to Hadar as well as their proximity to Norfolk, NE makes them an excellent place to settle and raise a family.
Hadar, it's a friendly place where life is less complicated, less stressful, and neighbors are always willing to help neighbors.
Median Age: 41.2
Land: .40 square miles