Now that it is Fall the temperatures get colder we want to remind everyone to blow out your sprinklers.
We would like to remind everyone some of the services we have available.
Can I pay online?
Absolutely! (2.49% fee will apply for credit cards and $1.75 for electronic check)
Do you have an auto-pay option?
Yes, we do ACH drafts from your bank on the first of the month. No additional fee
What about paperless billing? Receive your statement via email.
Stop by, or message City Hall and we will be happy to help you get set up!
You can also call us at the City Hall 308-772-3686 if you have any questions.
BLOWING SNOW, DEBRIS, LEAVES AND THE LIKE ON STREET PROHIBITED. It shall be unlawful to place, push, or deposit any debris, including snow, leaves, grass, and branches, from private property on the streets of the municipality. A fine can be imposed. Statutory reference: Authority to regulate, see Neb. RS 17-557.
There have been many questions in regards to various ordinances and/or zoning regulations for the City of Oshkosh. We want to invite anyone that may have questions on any ordinance to please come into City Hall to discuss. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about anything!
The city of Oshkosh is situated on US Highway 26 and Hwy 27. According to the 2010 census, Oshkosh's population was 884.
Oshkosh is the county seat of Garden County and is surrounded by the Nebraska Sandhills on the north, wheat farms to the south, and corn, bean, and alfalfa production in the North Platte River Valley. The area is noted for its birding, hunting, fishing and camping with Lake McConaughy, the North Platte River and Crescent Lake Wildlife Refuge in the adjacent area. The friendly, small town atmosphere makes Oshkosh an ideal place to live, to visit or for retirement.
For more information about Garden County - click here