SWIMMING POOL MANAGER
The City of Oswego is now accepting applications for Swimming Pool Manager for the 2021 Season. Application and job description are available at the Oswego City Office, 703 Fifth Street, by calling 620-795-4433 or at the links below. The city is an equal opportunity employer.
The City of Oswego is accepting sealed bids for water damage repairs to Oswego Community Center which includes removal and replacement of some damaged flooring, drywall, insulation, ceiling, fixtures, countertops, and cabinetry. Specifications for the project including terms and conditions can be obtained from the City Clerk’s Office, 703 5th Street, by visiting www.oswegokansas.com or by calling 620-795-4433. Bids should be submitted by Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. to the City Clerk, 703 5th St., PO Box 210, Oswego KS 67356, in a sealed envelope, marked “2021 Water Damage Bid – Community Center”. Please check each item on the terms and conditions page to be sure you meet all requirements before submitting your bid.
Starting in April the brush dump will be open on the 3rd Saturday of the month from 8:00am to 12:00pm.
Citizens may haul the following items to this site during these hours:
1. Brush - No charge to haul to the site.
2. Leaves/grass clippings (A compost area is provided for these items. No charge to haul to the site.)
3. Construction & Demolition dumpster. Materials accepted include construction materials, includingshingles, siding, etc.; furniture, hot water tanks, appliances, mattresses, etc. If you are unsure about any item, speak with the attendant. You must obtain a weigh ticket of your vehicle or trailer while full;and again when it is empty so the correct fee may be charged. Fees are currently $53.50 per ton, with a minimum charge of $7.50. These may be obtained at Bartlett Coop.
Needing Land to Build Your Business?
Contact the City of Oswego for information on
available commercial property in Downtown Oswego.
Oswego, the Labette County seat, is located at the intersection of Highways 59/160, on a bluff overlooking the Neosho River Valley. Oswego was fortunate that a group of pioneer ladies had a vision, and purchased acreage along the bluff that is now Historical Riverside Park, our hidden gem. Over 80 acres of beautifully landscaped park includes a large public swimming pool, playground equipment, shelter houses, 10,000 s.f. community center, tennis courts, basketball court, RV park, ball fields, and home of the Labette County Fairgrounds. It is the perfect location for family reunions, weddings, company events and picnics, and other organized events.