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City of Oswego, Kansas
PO Box 210
703 Fifth Street
Oswego, Kansas 67356

Phone: 620-795-4433
Fax: 620-795-4873

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August 2017 Newsletter

201708newsletter Oswegofest  September 23

Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 23rd! There are many activities in the making for this year’s Oswegofest! Two Dudes with a radio is this years entertainment. Just to name a few activities that will be going on throughout the day are bounce houses, car show, petting zoo, Zumba, baby contest, Amazing Race, face painting and much more! There will also be a Medallion Hunt the week of Oswegofest and a Rock Hide and Seek the week prior to Oswegofest.

If you are interested in having a booth for Oswegofest there are registration forms available at the City Office and can be returned to Home Town Health at 709 4th St. Oswego, KS. It is only $10.00 to have a booth! The deadline to return the form is September 5th. Kami Ryan is the coordinator for Oswegofest this year. She can be contacted at 620-288-0655.

There is a Facebook page called Oswegofest, Oswego, KS that is updated with new and upcoming information. Also watch the Labette Avenue and the City’s Facebook and Website for upcoming information!

Read the newsletter here.

 

June 2017 Newsletter

June 2017

150th Celebration

The public is invited to share in Oswego’s 150th Birthday Celebration!! The “birthday party” will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 10, 2017 in beautiful Riverside Park! Refreshments will be served. In the event of in-clement weather, the celebra-tion will be held on Friday, August 11th. Further details about the program and enter-tainment will be announced by the 150th Birthday Com-mittee though the Labette Avenue. The city will also have information on our city website as the details are re-leased. The Commit-tee is planning many other special events and activi-ties throughout the summer and fall so be watching for those details as well.  Read more.

 

April 2017 Newsletter

2017april City-Wide Garage Sale

The Oswego Chamber of Commerce has set Saturday, May 6th for the annual Spring garage sale. There is still time to be on the map! The fee is $11.00 which includes your license, 2 garage sale signs and a 25 word ad which will be listed on a map made available at businesses in town.

The fee and ad must be submitted to the City Office no later than 5:00pm on Friday, April 28. The ad should contain your address and whether your sale will be held "rain or shine.”

Maps with your ad will be available on Thursday, May 4th at local businesses. All garage sale participants must agree to NO previous sales and all items listed must be available on the day of the sale. You can pay your fees and get your license at the City Office at 703 Fifth Street. Read the newsletter here. 

 

February 2017 Newsletter

201702newsletter Public Storm Shelters

The community safe rooms at the Oswego Junior-Senior High School and Neosho Heights will be available to the mem-bers of the community during tornado warnings or severe weather events with wind speeds predicted to be in excess of 75 mph. and/or any time the tornado warning sirens have been activated. The community safe rooms are constructed in compliance with FEMA stand-ards. These community safe rooms are designated to with-stand the wind speeds generat-ed by an EF-5 tornado.

The community safe rooms are owned and provided by USD 504 first and foremost to pro-tect district students and staff members. In the event of a storm warning during regular school operating hours, com-munity members will have lim-ited access to these facilities insofar as space permits.

At times school is not in session, both facilities will be available to the public. Care shall be taken by all who use the facility during a weather event to protect and secure school property, equip-ment and materials. Public ac-cess to the Neosho Heights facil-ity shall be through the double doors located in the walkway between the main school build-ing and the storm shelter build-ing. A sidewalk for this entrance extends from the curved drive-way in front of the main build-ing to the double doors in the walkway. Primary public access to the Junior-Senior High School will be through a single door located on the south side of the junior high addition. There will be a sidewalk from the parking lot to this entry door. No pets allowed. Only Certified service animals will be permitted. Read the newletter here.

 
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