The Town of Oshkosh EMS (Emergency Medical Services) is excited to announce its new tuition scholarship program.
Why is the Town of Oshkosh EMS Holding a Scholarship Program?
The Town of Oshkosh EMS realizes that having a skilled and knowledgeable workforce is critical to the success and continued growth of its community. The Town of Oshkosh EMS would like to promote academic performance and accountability to those who are interested not only in the field of EMS, but also the general health care field.
How Does the Scholarship Program work?
On behalf of the Carol Waters Memorial Fund, scholarships will be distributed at $500 yearly, with a maximum of five (5) scholarship per year. All scholarships will be awarded one per year, per person only. The scholarship committee will make these determinations based on written applications and semi-finalist interviews. Students may apply annually for multiple years up to a maximum of four years. Prior year scholarships will not guarantee future scholarship awards. Scholarships are for tuition and textbooks only.
Who is eligible to participate in the Scholarship Program?
Any student who is enrolled in a healthcare certificate or diploma program from a fully accredited college, university, technical college, or vocational program
Must be a Town of Oshkosh resident – OR
Must be a dependent of a Town of Oshkosh resident – OR
Be affiliated with the Town of Oshkosh Fire/EMS
How can I apply for a Scholarship?
Students who are interested in applying for the Carol Waters Scholarship Program must complete the following:
Send your letter of intent to the Town of Oshkosh Scholarship Committee specifying who you would be a candidate for the program
With your intent letter, send two current letters of references from appropriate sources (not to exceed one page. Each letter must address the student’s motivation and potential for success in the health care field.
Applications must be postmarked by July 10, 2018 to:
Town of Oshkosh Fire/EMS
1801 W. County Road Y
Oshkosh, WI 54904
For Town of Oshkosh residents in the Winneconne School district,
Clerks received notice from the Winneconne Community School District of the Winneconne School Board candidates for the April 3rd Spring Election ballot.
There are five (5) candidates to fill three (3) vacancies on the school board.
The following names have been certified for placement on the ballot in the following order which was determined by drawing of lots by a committee of four individuals. The three candidates with the highest number of votes at the Spring Election will be elected to the school board for a three-year term.
Mark D. Kunde Rebecca Ladue Jill Verich Bob Ronk Donna Hanson
The magnet 2018 recycle calendar are being distributed with your tax bill payment receipt by mail.
We did not receive the magnets until late December, therefore if you got missed, you can send the town clerk a message and one will be mailed to you. State your name and address in the message that you are requesting a 2018 magnet calendar.
You may bookmark this post if you wish to view it at any time or view it from the home page. Some people have requested the 8 1/2 x 11 print. Follow this link to make your own print:
The Property Taxes page has been updated providing the most current information. Tax bills are printed. You may view or print your tax bill online at the Winnebago County website. Tax bills were mailed Wednesday, December 13, 2017.
On October 30th the Winnebago CountyWide Crime Stoppers launched its new mobile app called P3.
It is free and can be easily found by searching P3 in Google Play or the Apple App store. This is an option to report a crime anonymously in Winnebago County online. Reporting tips by phone remains available at 920-231-8477. Texting tips is no longer an option.
To learn more, visit the website http://winnebagocrimestoppers.org/
It is a helpful tool to our local law enforcement to solve crimes that the Winnebago CountyWide Crime Stoppers organization supports.
Wednesday, October 25th Saturday, October 28th From 9:00 a.m. to noon
Winnebago County Household Hazardous Material (HHM) Collection Facility, 105 W. County Rd. Y, Oshkosh
The dates above are the two remaining days this year to drop-off household hazardous materials at the collection facility. It is located in the back of the Transfer Station.
This is a seasonal facility open from May – October on select dates. No appointment required.
It is free, safe disposal service available to Winnebago County residents. Business and agricultural related materials cannot be accepted at this facility and can call 920-492-4950 for more information or visit www.browncountyrecycling.org.
Non-contaminated used oil may be dropped off at a number of locations in Winnebago County. They request you to use a dirt-free container with a leak-proof lid. Do not contaminate oil with solvents, antifreeze, or other materials. These locations are:
Winnebago County Landfill
100 W. County Rd. Y, Oshkosh
Oshkosh Drop Off Site
639 Witzel Ave, Oshkosh
Village of Fox Crossing Municipal Building
2000 Municipal Drive, Neenah
Neenah Old City Garage
333 W Cecil Street, Neenah