Ward 3 Results

Greg Eisberner is the winner of the tie breaker held this morning at Osseo City Hall. Greg will take office on April 20th during our Annual Re-Organizational meeting.


February City Council Meeting

The regular city council meeting for February 2021 has been moved up one week to February 1st due to scheduling conflicts. The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. and is open to the public. The Osseo City Council would like to encourage residents to attend to keep informed on upcoming events and future projects happening in the city.


Notification of Noncandidacy

Duane H. Fredrick has filed a “Notification of Noncandidacy” for the April 6th, 2021 Spring Election. Therefore there will be a vacancy for Third Ward Councilman in the City of Osseo, Trempealeau County, Wisconsin.


Happy Halloween

The hours to Trick-or-Treat in the City of Osseo will be from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 31st. Those of you choosing to participate, please turn your porch light on for all the little ghosts & goblins. Have a Happy and Safe Halloween.


Tax Payments Due

Friday, July 31st is the last day to pay the second half of your 2019 Property Taxes. Please send payments to: Trempealeau County Treasurer, P O Box 67, Whitehall, Wisconsin 54773 and be sure to include the Parcel No. on your check.


FLUSHING WATER MAINS

The City of Osseo will be flushing water mains, exercising valves and testing fire hydrants Monday, April 27th through Tuesday, June 30th, 2020.

Residents may notice mineral particles in their water which can affect laundry operations. If mineral particles are detected, cold water should be run to clear out household water lines.


COVID – 19

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and the CDC recommendations to stay home and limit exposure to other people, the City of Osseo will be restricting all access to the City Hall beginning today.  During this building closure, access will not be permitted for regular day-to-day operations.  The clerk’s office will still be available to answer your questions by phone or email however they are limiting face to face exposure.  If there is an issue that needs to be addressed in person, please call City Hall at 715-597-2207 and an appointment may be discussed and set up.

Water bill payments can be placed in the white drop box located along the west edge of our parking lot near the front doors of city hall. They can also be mailed or dropped off at the banks drive-thru. We will be checking our drop box several times a day. No in-person water bill payments will be accepted.

If you have a NON-EMERGENT Police report to file, we will handle it via telephone or email. If you need to file a report, call our office (715-597-2481) or the Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department Dispatch Center (715-538-4351). We will get you the necessary forms for you to complete.  We are currently in the process of putting them on our website (www.cityofosseo.us).  If you do not have access to a computer, we can arrange to get you the necessary forms.

We will of course still be responding to all emergency calls. We will also continue providing pro-active police patrols, including enforcing Wisconsin traffic laws.

We appreciate your patience as we all try to get through these unprecedented events together! This is a fluid situation and will adjust the procedures if anything changes. If you are in need of assistance or have any questions about anything, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Contact Information

Osseo City Hall

Phone: (715) 597-2207

Email: [email protected]

Public Works Director

Email: [email protected]

Osseo Police Department
Phone: (715) 597-2481
Email: [email protected]

Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department Dispatch Center

Non-Emergency line
(715) 538-4351


We are hiring!

The City of Osseo is looking for a dependable individual to clean city hall approximately 4 hours per week with a very flexible schedule. For further details, please contact Osseo City Hall at (715) 597-2207 or email [email protected]