Lifeguards Wanted for 2021 season

The City of Osseo is currently looking to fill openings for lifeguards and swimming instructors for the 2021 pool season. If you are interested, please visit us at City Hall for additional information and an application. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Sidewalk Shoveling

With winter weather approaching, we want to take the time to issue a friendly reminder to our residents that shoveling your sidewalks is required within a 24 hour period of any snowfall Per section 6-2-7 of the Osseo Code of Ordinances. We hope everyone continues to have a wonderful 2021.

City brush site is now closed

The City of Osseo brush site is now closed until spring of 2021. Thanks to the weather we have been having this year, we were able to keep the brush site open almost a month longer than we normally do. If any of our citizens have any questions about the closure, please feel free to reach out to City hall for more information.

Brush Site Closing December 6th for the season

Due to the warm weather we have been experiencing, the City decided to keep the brush disposal site open after the 2nd weekend in November this year. However, We will be closing the brush site at the end of the day on Saturday December 5th. 

White Goods and Salvage Dumpster Closure

Saturday, October 31st, 2020

will be the last day for the salvage dumpster and collection of appliances & electronics at the OSSEO AREA RECYCLING CENTER
from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

If you have any questions, please call
(715) 597-3449

Water Main Break

There was a water main break on Hwy 10 due to a drilling rig hitting our services. The City crew is currently finishing fixing the issue. Residents who were affected by the outage should have their water pressure restored now. Thank you for your patience with us through this process. 

Visit Osseo

The City of Osseo recently partnered with with team at Visit Eau Claire in order to boost our tourism outreach and attract new visitors to our area. Check out their website here to learn more.

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.