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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Osceola County Township Association (OCTA) Meeting: The next OCTA meeting will be Monday, November 25th starting at 7:00 pm, at Hersey Township Hall. Justin Halladay from Commission on Aging and Jason Travis of Central Michigan Health Department will speak on targeting blighted housing. Come with ideas, suggestions and to learn more about blighted housing. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
2020 Budget: Click on 2020 Budget to read a copy of Osceola County's budget for 2020 as adopted on 11-5-19.
Veterans' Services Department Hours: The Veterans' Services office will be closed on Friday, November 15th.
PUBLIC HEARINGS: OSCEOLA COUNTY Board of Commissioners on Tues., November 19, 2019, and Tues., December 3, 2019, at 9:30 a.m. in the Board room on the 2nd floor of the Courthouse, 301 W. Upton Ave., Reed City, MI, will accept public comments on election of Osceola County Road Commissioners and department operations. If special assistance is required to attend, 24 hours before the meeting time call 231-832-6196 for accommodations.
November 5, 2019 Election Results: November 5, 2019 election results will be posted after the polls close and precincts begin submitting their totals. The results will be updated throughout the evening as precinct results are received.
Osceola County E.M.S. Meeting/Training Room - Request for Bids due December 10, 2019, at 2:00 p.m. Click for details.
Job Openings: Osceola County has the following open positions: Assistant in Equalization & Coordinator's Offices; Animal Control Office Manager/Deputy Animal Control Officer PT; C.O.A. Cook PT; C.O.A. Home Health Aides PT; C.O.A. Homemakers PT; 77th District Court Clerk FT; E.M.S. Paramedic FT; Jail Corrections Officers FT & PT; Sheriff Deputy/Court Officer-Bailiffs PT; and Sheriff Road Patrol Deputy FT. 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.
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