Located in the west central portion of Michigan's lower peninsula Osceola County is perfectly situated to enjoy rural living with easy access to amenities typically found only in larger communities!
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The Osceola County Board of Commissioners would like to express our appreciation to all of the Public Safety, Medical Services, Osceola County Employees, Emergency Responding Services, utility and agency workers who responded to the recent weather emergencies in our County. While performing their duties the sacrifices required of these individuals and their families is truly valued. Also, we would like to recognize the many citizens who volunteered to help both neighbors and strangers respond to the damage and destruction of homes and property. This sense of community is continuing to address some of the devastation the storm left behind. Together our local services and community can accomplish great things!
West Michigan Regional Dashboard: The West Michigan Regional Dashboard is a common set of indicators by which to measure our thirteen county region's overall growth and prosperity. It contains 37 indicators; 17 economic, 14 social, and 6 environmental. Data can be compared to regional, state, and national averages and also shows whether the indicator has improved, remained the same, or developed a negative trend over time.
Osceola County's Medical Examiner:
Joyce L. deJong, D.O., Professor & Chair, Dept. of Pathology
WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine
300 Portage Road, Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Telephone: (269) 337-6173
Job Openings: Osceola County has the following open positions: Animal Control Custodian, Animal Control Office Manager/Deputy Animal Control Officer PT, Assistant to Equalization Department PT, C.O.A. Home Health Aides PT, C.O.A. Homemakers PT, E.M.S. Paramedic, and Jail Corrections Officer PT. For further details, see Employment in the Government section.
Volunteers for Boards and Commissions: Osceola County citizens can volunteer to serve on over a dozen boards, committees, or commissions. Learn more about each of these opportunities and how to participate.