Storm Brush Pick-up
If you have brush down from the storm last night you may call the City Office at 795-4433 and get your name put on a list. The city crews will come and pick it up at no charge. But you need to call by August 31st! If you wait until after Aug. 31st you will have to pay for a regular brush pick up which is a minimum of $5.00 (and could be as much as $75 for a large pile.) Regular brush pick ups are only on the first Friday of the month.
More details are coming in about Oswegofest on Saturday, Oct 10th. Cowboy Church will begin @ 8:30 a.m. and 33 1/3 Band will begin @ 9:30. There will be a petting zoo, bounce houses, 5k run/walk, Duck Dash Race, Little Kids Tractor Pull, Turtle Races and lots of craft/food vendors. Also, the Oswego Golf Course is having a Alumni Golf Tourney that day.
Oswego Airport Fly-in
Mark your calendars for September 26th! The City of Oswego will be sponsoring their annual “Fly-In” at the Oswego Airport on Saturday, September 26th. This event is free and open to the public.The City has sent out invitations to Four State Area Airports to invite pilots to fly-in and enjoy some Oswego hospitality.
Hangar Space Available
The Oswego Municipal Airport has a 40' x 30' hangar space available. Rent is $50 per month. Please contact the City Office at 620-795-4433 if interested.
Oswego, the Labette County seat, is located at the intersection of Highways 59/160, on a bluff overlooking the Neosho River Valley. Oswego was fortunate that a group of pioneer ladies had a vision, and purchased acreage along the bluff that is now Historical Riverside Park, our hidden gem. Over 80 acres of beautifully landscaped park includes a large public swimming pool, playground equipment, shelter houses, 10,000 s.f. community center, tennis courts, basketball court, RV park, ball fields, and home of the Labette County Fairgrounds. It is the perfect location for family reunions, weddings, company events and picnics, and other organized events.