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COVID-19

The City of Osawatomie is continuously monitoring and responding to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Changes in operation or other related announcements will be listed here. Please call City Hall if you have any questions.

Utility Shutoffs Delay – Executive Order by Kansas Governor Laura Kelly, March 2020
Community Closings – Rental Facilities Closed March 18 – May 4 2020
Municipal Court Cancelled – March 18, 2020
Osawatomie Public Library – Closed until March 30, 2020
Waste Management – Updated March 18, 2020
Osawatomie Golf Course – 3/18/2020 Update
Municipal Court Cancelled – March 25, 2020
Stay-at-Home Order – March 23, 2020
State of Emergency Declaration for Miami County – Updated March 23, 2020
Municipal Court Cancelled – Extended through April 15, 2020
Playgrounds Closed – Updated April 6, 2020
Golf Course Re-opening – Updated April 24, 2020
COVID-19 Impact Survey – For All Local Businesses – May 7, 2020 (Survey Now Closed)
Governor Kelly’s “Ad Astra” Reopening Plan – Updated May 20, 2020
– The City of Osawatomie will follow the phases laid out in this plan, including any amendments and adjustments made after the original publication. All businesses, activities, and recreation venues located in Osawatomie are expected to follow these guidelines.
Municipal Court Guide to Zoom Hearings WITH an Attorney – June 2, 2020
Municipal Court Guide to Zoom Hearings WITHOUT an Attorney – June 2, 2020

The City of Osawatomie has passed an Ordinance (Ordinance No. 3783) requiring the use of masks or other approved face coverings in public spaces in the City. Please click here for more information on the Ordinance and how you can help keep our community healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. – Effective July 15, 2020

News Release from the City Manager’s Office Regarding COVID-19 – November 20, 2020
– The City of Osawatomie is reverting back to our springtime decision to temporarily close certain City offices and facilities in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our staff and community