On 11/18/2023 and 11/19/2023 divers were onsite at West Lake. By the end of the day on the 19th, the reconfigured intake extension was successfully installed and water works crews tested pulling water from that lower intake. Due to low lake levels, Water Works staff will beginClick for More Osceola, Iowa News →
Below is a schedule of activities pertaining to raising the lower intake: Nov 4 – 5 Dive team was onsite to install components to raise the lower intake 4 feet. A large rock located in the intake area created challenges for the divers to effectively raise theClick for More Osceola, Iowa News →
The team at Osceola Water Works would to thank everyone who participated in the State of Osceola’s Water Town Hall meeting on the 26th. There were a lot of great discussions and action items developed or reinforced from the event. Overall, it was a success and shows how the community can come together to discuss these issues.
In the most recent post, the Osceola Water Works team put together a summary of the meeting and the top action items taken from the evening’s conversations. They’ve also included the full, 2-hour video of the meeting for anyone who has missed it or would like to watch it again.
The Osceola Water Works Team is bringing city officials and those who know the most current conditions of Osceola’s water supply together to have an open “Town Hall Discussion ” on the state of Osceola’s water. The special event information – Location, time, topic details, etc. – is in the recent post…Click for More Osceola, Iowa News →
The Osceola Water Works team continues to work to provide updates to the community about drought conditions and to guide customers in efforts to help conserve water.
In this submission, they’ve provided additional information in the form of video to help illustrate the severity of the ongoing drought situation. You can click through to view…
In the Osceola Water Works Board meeting Thursday night, the water board voted unanimously to increase the conservation requirements from Section 2 – Water Warning, to Section 3 – Water Emergency, across all municipal water customers, residential, commercial, and industrial.
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The Osceola Water Works Board is looking to the community to help with water conservation measures during the recent drought impacting all of Iowa. Click through to the most recent feature to read about the latest drought numbers as well as see drone video of the drought conditions at West Lake.Click for More Osceola, Iowa News →
The Osceola Water Works Board spent time in selecting their next representative on the board as well as new staff positions. ztheir goal was to properly represent the growing Hispanic community in Osceola.
Check out the latest additions to Osceola Water Works and welcome Sandra and Maria to the team!
Osceola Water Works board recently approved an increase the water conservation ordinance to Section 2, addressing ongoing drought conditions throughout the community. This ordinance means further conservation efforts will be required from all Osceola Water Works customers.
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A recent EPA directive has started a research project by the team at Osceola Water Works, documenting lead water lines for future reduction. As data is gathered, strategies will be developed for the eventual replacement of lead water lines.
Click through to read more about the EPA’s request for research and how it is being handled by Osceola Water Works …