Hi, I’m Dickie Kennemore, Mayor of Osceola.

I want you to get to know us and experience life in a quiet farm community where agriculture and industry are blended with opportunity and optimism. Ours is a very family oriented, friendly town, which is a great place to live and raise a family. Osceola has a rich history and a great future for those who will be a part of it.

Over 11,000 manufacturing jobs are located within Mississippi County, Arkansas, with 3000 of those jobs in or near the City of Osceola.

While fishing, duck hunting and deer hunting are pastimes outdoorsmen can enjoy the Osceola Community Center, Sports Complex, Municipal Golf Course and 2 miles of bicycle and walk trail are available for those who want to stay active and physically fit.

Numerous sports activities for children are sponsored throughout the year by Osceola Parks and Recreation and sports fans will also enjoy Osceola High School’s award winning football and basketball teams. Collegian sports fans can be in the center of excitement with the Arkansas Red Wolves at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, a Tiger’s game in Memphis, or cheer for the pros with the Memphis Grizzles of the NBA or the Memphis Red Birds baseball team.

Come be a part of the future of Osceola.

Dickie Kennemore
Mayor, City of Osceola


 

Osceola City Council Members
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Osceola Chamber of Commerce
Osceola Main Street
Upcoming Meetings
Nov 24th, 2014 (Mon)
6:00 PM
  Public Hearing. Planning Commission
Public Hearing Notice Osceola Planning Commission On Monday, November 24, 2014 @ 6:00 PM, a Public Hearing will be held at the Osceola City Hall, located at 303 West Hale. The Osceola Planning Commission will be hearing a proposal from Robert Seagraves to rezone a tract of land that he owns within the City of Osceola, Arkansas. The proposed request will be to rezone the 1,480 Feet of road frontage on the East side of South Country Club Road, south from Smith Tire and Auto, continuing south to the property line of the Riverlawn County Club. The proposed change is to rezone the property from Low Density Residential (R-1) to High Density Residential (R-3). Immediately following the Public Hearing, the Osceola Planning Commission will take this request under consideration. This meeting is open to the public to voice their opinions and comments concerning the proposed Zoning Regulations changes. For Further information concerning this hearing, please contact Scott Creecy at 870-563-5245. Tyler Dunegan, Chairman Osceola Planning Commission
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