City of Osceola Iowa Newsroom - Profile and News Archive

The City of Osceola, with a population of 4,929, is a political subdivision of the State of Iowa, located in Clarke County. It was incorporated in 1866 and operates under the Home Rule provisions of the constitution of Iowa. The City operates under the Mayor-Council form of government with the Mayor and Council Members elected on a non-partisan basis.

The City provides numerous services to citizens including public safety, public works, culture and recreation, public improvements, economic development and general administrative services. The City also provides water, sewer and sanitation services to its citizens.

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Osceola City Council Green Lights Contractor Bidding On New Wastewater Plant

City of Osceola Wastewater Renovation Plan

OSCEOLA, Iowa, Nov. 19, 2019 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Osceola City Council has approved a schedule for taking bids on construction of the updated wastewater treatment facility. A recent pre-bid meeting brought in a handful of interest, but with design and budgeting finalized, the City is now able to open the call for bids to contractors interested in undertaking the project.

Planning for the Future, Osceola Wastewater Plant, City Move On Renovations

City of Osceola

OSCEOLA, Iowa, July 21, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — A city’s growth and continued development relies on up-to-date, effective wastewater treatment and regulation, according to the City of Osceola, Iowa. This is always a priority for city administrators, managers, and their employees. How they manage the updates and costs associated with them is often a reflection of the care and commitment they have to residents and businesses.