Welcome to Alexandria, Nebraska

Alexandria, NE., established in 1872 and named for founder Silas Alexander, is on Highway 53, seven miles north of Highway 136 or five miles south of Highway 4. Located on The Big Sandy Creek and near The Little Blue River, it offers hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities. Paved access leads to the Alexandria State Lakes with hook-ups, restrooms and a dump station that provide year-round camping and fishing.

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  • Valentine's Day Dinner - Saturday, February 10, 2018 at the Alexandria Legion Hall from 5 to 8 p.m. Cost is $6.50 per person or 2 for $12. Pitch, bingo and a raflle drawing are available. View More Information >>

  • Memorial Day Program will begin at 10 a.m. at the Alexandria Legion Hall. Services will be held at the announced cemetery immediately following the program. A pot luck lunch is held at the Legion Hall as members and guests return to the Legion Hall to share the camaraderie and memories of Memorial Day. View More Information >>