NOTICE: WATER OUTAGE

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NOTICE:  WATER OUTAGE   On Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016 Osceola Water Works will be replacing a fire hydrant.  Water service may be disconnected while these repairs are made.  Several areas will be affected with this repair.  Water will be disconnected at approximately 9:00 a.m.  Our goal is to have the repairs completed and have your water service reactivated by 1:00 p.m.  If it happens to rain, we will reschedule this repair for Wednesday, August 24, 2016. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation while we make upgrades to your water system. If you have questions, please contact the Osceola Water Works offices at: 641-342-1435 Thank you, Your

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Meet Your Osceola Water Works Board!

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The Osceola Water Works Board works hard to provide the community safe, good-tasting water at a reasonable price. Here is a quick snapshot of your five Osceola Water Works Board Members!   My name is Laura Castro, my family and I have been part of the Osceola community since January 2001. During my free time I like to spend time with my family, work out and I watch comedy series on Netflix. Currently I work as an Administrative Assistant at Clarke County Public Health. My responsibilities range from overseeing our Vaccines For Children Immunization, our Care For Yourself Program that provides breast

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Paying Your Utility Bill

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Osceola Water Works is proud to be able to offer customers many convenient options for paying utility bills. With the community growing and new families and individuals taking up residence, the water works department felt it would be beneficial to run through the billing and penalty regulations and ensure all customers are aware of the options available to them.   For the convenience of all of our customers, let us outline the utility bill payment process and all the payment options and regulations. Osceola Water Works offers different options for you to make your payment to us.  You can always stop into

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NOTICE: WATER MAIN BREAK

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NOTICE:  WATER MAIN BREAK   Osceola Water Works is currently repairing a water main break in the area of West Garfield and North Fillmore Streets.  Your water service may be disconnected while these repairs are made.  Those affected with this repair include the 100 & 200 block of West Garfield and  500 & 600 block of North Fillmore. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation while we make the repairs to your water system. If you have questions, please contact the Osceola Water Works offices at: 641-342-1435 Thank you, Your Osceola Water Works Team If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at the office by

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REMINDER: June Water Shutoffs

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REMINDER: June Water Shutoffs   Water shutoffs due to non payment will be on Monday, June 27, 2016 starting at 8:30 a.m. Please make your payment or arrangements by Friday, June 24, 2016 by 4:00 p.m.  Osceola Water Works has two drop boxes for your convenience in our parking area. If you are paying by the online payment system, please have your payment processed by 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, June 25, 2016 to ensure your payment is received. If you have questions, please contact the Osceola Water Works offices at: 641-342-1435 Thank you, Your Osceola Water Works Team If you have questions

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Why and How to Build a Rain Garden

Turn on the Home and Garden channel or visit newer parks and botanical centers and you are bound to hear about a rain garden. Landscapers, homeowners and conservationists are all catching on to rain gardens and spreading the word about what they do and how to build one. While planning and creating your own rain garden may seem like a daunting task, we’re here to answer some questions! What is a rain garden and why is it important? A rain garden is a landscaped area planted with wild flowers and other native vegetation that soak up rain runoff from roofs, driveways or yards.

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REMINDER: UTILITY BILLS DUE ON THE 15TH

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REMINDER:  UTILITY BILLS ARE DUE ON THE 15TH   Osceola Water Works wants to remind you, your utility  bills are due on June 15th.  For your convenience, we wish to list the different payment options available to you. Online at OSCEOLAWATERWORKS.COM with NO fees (Please allow 2-3 days for processing) Automatic withdrawal on the 15th of the month Mail, drop box, or in person at 208 West Jefferson Street *Bills may be emailed upon written request   If questions regarding water, please call Osceola Water Works at 641-342-1435 If questions regarding sewer or garbage, please call City Hall at 641-342-2377   Thank you,

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Avoid Costly Utility Repairs With Iowa One Call

All winter long, homeowners dream about and plan all the great improvements they’re going to make to their property once the weather cooperates. Maybe it’s putting a fence around the backyard, or landscaping around the front of the house. Are you thinking of planting a shade tree or creating a garden? Don’t forget the most important step: Iowa One Call to save yourself expensive utility repairs and giant headaches! Under your yard lie all your utility access lines: water and sewer pipes, gas lines, electrical wiring, cable and phone lines. The last thing a homeowner wants is to accidentally break

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Tap Water vs. Bottled Water: The Facts

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Over the past twenty years, the consumption of bottled water has become so common, the sales are second only to bottled soda and eclipse both milk and alcohol. But is there really a benefit to drinking bottled water over tap water? Let’s compare the facts and find the real story. The safety of municipal water in the 1800s was suspect and not regulated, and bottled water was definitely a safer gamble. The start of water chlorination in the early 20th century and the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 changed that, and the popularity dropped off. With the invention of

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REMINDER: OFFICE CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 30TH, 2016

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REMINDER: OFFICE CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 30TH, 2016   Osceola Water Works will be closed Monday, May 30th, 2016 in observance of the holiday. If you have questions, please contact the Osceola Water Works offices at: 641-342-1435 Thank you, Your Osceola Water Works Team If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at the office by calling – 641-342-1435. You can send an message to us through the Contact Us page as well

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