City Hall is open on Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. We will be accepting payments at City Hall through January 31st. After this date, your tax payments will need to be made to the Winnebago County Treasurer's office at 112 Otter Street in Oshkosh.
Tax Payments may be placed in the red and silver billing drop box outside of city hall and items will be processed the next work day. Receipts will be mailed to payments placed in the billing drop box.
Dog and Cat Licensing for the year of 2022 is due by March 31, 2022. $10.00 spayed or neutered, $15.00 without spayed or neutered. Late fee of $5.00 will be added on April 1, 2022. Note: Not properly licensing your pets may result in a citation from the Omro Police Department.
Contact city hall at 920-685-7000 to remove a pet that has passed away or no longer lives within the City of Omro.
LEAF PICK-UP IS OVER FOR THIS YEAR
Any leaves remaining are the responsibility of the homeowner to dispose of.
CHRISTMAS TREE DISPOSAL
Christmas trees can be placed curbside on the terrace for pick up until January 15th. After that date, it is the resident's responsibility to dispose of the tree at the city's clean landfill or take it to Winnebago County landfill transfer station on County Road Y in Oshkosh.
CITY'S CLEAN LANDFILL
The clean landfill is available Monday - Friday from 8 AM to 4:30 PM by picking up a key from city hall. ID is required, so please come prepared!
The winter season is upon us and that means snow removal parking restrictions are now in affect. No parking on the street from 2:30am - 5:00am beginning December 1st through March 31st. Thank you for your cooperation!
Focus on Energy Pack
To receive FREE energy saving products go to focusonenergy.com/simple
Radon Kits Available at City Hall
Though Radon has not been much of a concern in the city limits, it is still a good idea to get a kit from city hall for $10 and test radon levels in your home. Click here Click here for a brochure from Winnebago County explaining what radon is and why this is important!
Omro Water Works
Click on the pdf below for information on the mandatory Clearwater Inspection Program.
New Playground is Open!
The new playground located in Fred C. Miller Park on Kiwanis Street is now open for play fun! Enjoy the equipment while avoiding the newly planted grass surrounding the play surface. Remember to play safe for COVID-19 by sanitizing hands before and after play. Thanks to Lee Recreation and Burke Playground for the design and installation!