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It is census time and our community is depending on you!

The census plays an important role in communities all over the nation. An accurate count of residents determines many things including policy making; how Federal, State, and local dollars are distributed; where businesses locate; and what employment looks like, among other things.

Funding for schools and hospitals are directly affected by census data and our City is no different. Determining our population within the City of Osage Beach will assist us in grant availability, congressional representation, and open up important data for more jobs, new businesses and industry; undercounting our population could have negative implications.

How can you help? Respond to your 2020 Census Form online, by phone, or by mail. Responding is safe, easy, and very vital to shaping our community!

City staff is dedicated to being good stewards to our community and will continue to operate efficiently to deliver superior municipal services to our citizens and visitors. And, we want to hear from our community. Please stay engaged through our social media pages as well as our website, never miss any information by signing up for all City alerts at www.osagebeach.org. Click on the “Notify Me Sign Up” and follow the easy steps.
Receipts dated 5/8/20 - 7/31/20 Due August 31st!
New Businesses, New Locations or
New Owners of Existing Businesses

Listing from east to west City Limits:

Kendall's Towing & Recovery ~ 1085 Bluff Dr

Wildflower Wellness Spa ~ 1026 Palisades Blvd, Ste 12

Landlord Liquidators ~ 6721 US Hwy 54

Ann Bruce
Paramedic
David Balicki
EMT-B
Matt Gray
Police Officer
Nathan Earp
Sewer Technician
10 Years of Service

Nathan started with the City in 2010 as a Technician I and has moved his way up to Technician III.

Fun Facts ~ 

My favorite thing about working for the City: All the paid time off!

One thing about me people may not know: I built my own home.
Brian Salerno
Detective
15 Years of Service
Brian started with the City has a part-time Police Officer. In 2006 Brian became a full-time Police Officer until 2011 when he was promoted to Detective.

Fun Facts ~ 

My favorite thing about working for the City: The friendships I've made along the way.

One thing about me people may not know: I have jeep parts for sale, hit me up!l
Kyle Mankey
GIS/Locator
5 Years of Service

Kyle began his career with the City in 2015 as a Public Works Technician I. By 2017 he worked his way up to Technician III and in 2019 was promoted to his current position.

Fun Facts ~ 

My favorite thing about working for the City: Working with my coworkers. They really are a good group to be around.

One thing about me people may not know: I love old cars! I have a 1952 Ford Ratrod pickup that I love to cruise in with my father in law, who has a couple of old cars. I love the outcome of putting in all that work and being able to enjoy a fun toy when done.
GRILLING SAFETY MESSAGE
FROM YOUR BUILDING DEPARTMENT
Grilling on or near combustible areas can be a fire hazard. It not only puts your family and visitors at risk, but, especially in condos and apartment buildings, can put your neighbors in danger as well. The most common grilling hazards are open flames and heat generated in the grill base that can be transferred to the wood of a balcony or the home’s siding, causing a fire. When grilling, follow these safety tips:

  • Place the grill away from siding, deck railings and out from under eaves and overhanging branches
  • Periodically remove grease or fat buildup
  • Use only proper starter fluid and store the can away from heat sources
  • Check propane cylinder hoses for leaks before use
  • Do not move hot grills
  • Dispose of charcoal properly, keeping ash containers outside and away from combustible construction
  • Check with your local building or fire department to see what is required by code where you live

The International Fire Code prohibits the use of charcoal and gas grills and other open burning devices on combustible balconies or within 10 feet of combustible construction. There are exceptions for certain homes and where buildings, balconies and decks are protected by an automatic sprinkler system.
The Mayor, Board of Aldermen, Management and Staff are dedicated to being good stewards to our community and will continue to operate efficiently to deliver superior municipal services to our citizens and visitors. And, we want to hear from our community.

Please stay engaged through our social media pages as well as our website, never miss any information by signing up for all City alerts at www.osagebeach.org .

Click on the “Notify Me Sign Up” and follow the easy steps.
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Elected Officials:

Alderman Greg Massey ~ Ward I
Alderman Kevin Rucker ~ Ward I
Alderman Tyler Becker ~ Ward II
Alderman Phyllis Marose ~ Ward II
Alderman Richard Ross ~ Ward III
Alderman Tom Walker ~ Ward III

Management Team:

City Administrator ~ Jeana Woods
Asst. City Administrator ~ Mike Welty
Building Official ~ Ron White
City Attorney ~ Edward Rucker
City Clerk ~ Tara Berreth
City Planner ~ Cary Patterson
City Treasurer ~ Karri Bell
Police Chief ~ Todd Davis
Public Works Director ~ V acant
Airport Manager ~ Ty Dinsdale
Human Resource Generalist ~ Cindy Leigh
Parks & Recreation Manager ~ Matt Vandevoort