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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New Farmers Market Activity Trips: The Commission on Aging is providing transportation on Fridays to local farmers markets in Big Rapids and Cadillac for Osceola County residents 60 years of age or older. For flyer details click on the city of your choice. Contact Sandy or Heidi at (231) 734-5559 with questions.
Request for Proposals: Osceola County is requesting sealed proposals for security services for the Main and Annex Courthouses in Reed City. Details on the Requests for Bids/Proposals page.
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Class - Deadline for registration is August 6, 2019. Click to review class details.
Job Openings: Osceola County has the following open positions: Animal Control Custodian PT; Animal Control Office Manager/Deputy Animal Control Officer PT; Circuit Court Clerk/Deputy County Clerk PT; Commission On Aging Director; C.O.A. Home Delivered Meals Driver PT; C.O.A. Home Health Aides PT; C.O.A. Homemakers PT; C.O.A. Tustin Meal Site Coordinator PT; Jail Corrections Officers FT & PT; Sheriff Deputy/Court Officer-Bailiffs PT; Sheriff Road Patrol Deputy FT; Parks Executive Secretary/Bookkeeper PT; Prosecutor Assistant Attorney; and Director of Veterans' Services 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. You can learn more about these boards, committees, and commissions by reading the program bio sheet and volunteer by completing the Boards and Commissions Appointment Application filed under County-Administrative (Employment, Appointment, Surveys) in the Forms & Worksheets section of the website.
Housing Committee Opening: There is an opening on the Osceola County Housing Committee. The Housing Committee promotes safe, decent, and sanitary housing by providing emergency home repair assistance, through Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding, to Osceola County residents that are at 80% or less of the County's Annual Median Income. If you're interested in serving on the Housing Committee or would just like more information contact Dan Massy, Community Development Coordinator at 832-7397.
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