Profile - Village of Wynot

The Village of Wynot incorporated May 4, 1908 has a  population of 191 (census 2000) and is in Cedar County. Cedar County was established in 1857 and is named for its numerous red cedar trees.

Wynot came into being as a direct result of the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Omaha Railroad's expansion across Cedar County.

In selecting a name for the town, it is said that one struck the fancy of an elderly gentleman from whom the land was purchased, he responded "JA, Vy not? Warum nicht?". The Wynot?" And so that name was chosen.

Wynot is a peaceful community with a K-12 School. A great community to raise a family or retire.

Wynot, NE is located 1/2 mile North of the Scenic Byway 12 "The Outlaw Trail" formerly known as Highway 12.

Web sites of interest for visitors:

Village of Wynot
P.O. Box 61
Wynot, NE 68792
Village Clerk Sally L. Snowe 402-357-2429
Chairperson John Eskins, Jr. 402-357-2116
Treasurer Sally L. Snowe 402-357-2429
Village Board Members
Water Commissioner Eric Pinkelman 402-357-2231
Street Commissioner Jim Hans 402-357-2475
Sewer Commissioner Charles Jones 402-357-2733
Park Commissioner Maurice Ketter 402-357-2327
Village Maintenance: Aaron Koch 402-357-2356

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