Mayor Dave Nold shared the annual City Update Thursday, Feb. 15 at the Oconomowoc Community Center. A link to his presentation is included with this post.
The City of Oconomowoc Fire Department and Water Utility are asking residents and community business’s to adopt their neighborhood fire hydrant. They can perform a valuable community service and increase their own safety by removing the accumula...
Did you know that you can often avoid water line freeze ups by running a small amount of water during cold spells? For details and the City's Frozen Service policy, click
High school seniors may submit essays to win one of two $1,000 scholarships. To be eligible, the student or their legal guardian must be a customer of Oconomowoc Utilities when the essay is submitted. For details, click
High school juniors or seniors planning to attend an Electrical Power Distribution program at one of five Wisconsin Technical Colleges may apply for the $500 scholarship. For career and scholarship information, click
The City of Oconomowoc Wastewater Utility, along with Tall Pines Conservancy and Ruekert & Mielke, are lead partners in the Oconomowoc Watershed Protection Program to protect and improve soil and water quality in the Oconomowoc River Watershed.
Have you checked out the City's Facebook page recently? The City's Facebook page is a great resource for up-to-date information as well as sharing City events and happenings.