City of Osceola

The City of Osceola:

  • Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds Comes Home for Big Launch March 8, 2018
    It seems like it was just yesterday we were cheering on Clarke County Iowa’s favorite daughter, Kim Reynolds, when she accepted the appointment of Governor of Iowa. Well, it was back in May of 2017 and there certainly has been a lot to look back on. When The post Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds Comes Home for Big Launch appeared first on Clarke County Life - News […]
    Clarke County Life Administrator
  • Dry Winter and Low Water Levels Indicate Need for Water Conservation February 14, 2018
    The Osceola Water Works strongly encourages residents to watch water consumption in this dry winter weather. So far, Iowa’s weather hasn’t delivered on the necessary average snowfall of 25 inches that South-Central Iowa usually receives. While Osceola has seen some snow recently, totals are well below what The post Dry Winter and Low Water Levels Indicate Ne […]
    Clarke County Life Administrator
  • Osceola’s Square Recognized by National Register of Historic Places February 7, 2018
    Osceola’s Historic Commercial District has been officially listed in the National Register of Historic Places, effective January 19, 2018. The area recognized includes the city square around the Clarke County Courthouse from West Jefferson Street on the south, West Washington Street on the north and bordered on The post Osceola’s Square Recognized by Nationa […]
    Clarke County Life Administrator
  • Osceola Streetscape Project Gets Council Green Light January 11, 2018
    Osceola City Council took action on the downtown street project plans at its meeting Jan. 2. With a 3-2 vote the council decided to go forward with two proposed plans for the Osceola downtown streets. The original plan drawn up in 2014 called for elimination of the The post Osceola Streetscape Project Gets Council Green Light appeared first on Clarke County […]
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  • A Legacy of Local Leadership – Sandy Kale Steps Down as Commission Chair November 6, 2017
    Sandy Kale, Chairperson for the Clarke County Reservoir Commission since its inception, stepped down from the position in July. Brandon Patterson, Osceola Water Works Superintendent, was elected as the new CCRC Chairperson to complete the vision that began nearly 30 years ago. Sandy has spent much of The post A Legacy of Local Leadership – Sandy Kale Steps D […]
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About the City Of Osceola:

The City of Osceola 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.

City Council Contact Information:

First Ward
Doug Gay
407 North Dewey
Term Expires – December 31, 2019

Second Ward
Dan Hooper
200 S. Clarke Street
Term Expires- December 31, 2017

Third Ward
David Walkup
208 Manor Drive
Term Expires – December 31, 2019

Dr. George Fotiadis
1017 Harkin Hills Drive
Term Expires- December 31, 2019

Dennis Page
705 Southern Hills Drive
Term Expires – December 31, 2017

Mayor Contact Information:

Thomas J. Kedley – Mayor
318 East View Place
(563) 249-1330
Term Expires – December 31, 2017

City Administrator/City Clerk:

Ty Wheeler

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