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The City of Osseo is seeking election judges for the upcoming Presidential Nomination Primary Election on March 3, 2020. This type of election has not been conducted in Minnesota for two decades, so this election will be “new” to some people. And, with snowbirds usually gone at this time of the year, the need for judges has increased. Please respond as soon as you can.

About Election Judges
Election judges are paid officials who staff local polling places, carry out election procedures, and make sure that the rights of voters are protected. Serving as an election judge is a chance to learn about elections and is a great service to the community.

Requirements, Wages, and Time Off From Work
•You must be eligible to vote in Minnesota and be able to read, write, and speak English.
•You must complete an election judge training course (at least two hours of paid training).
•Election judges can choose to volunteer or be paid. Wages in Osseo are $10 per hour.
•Employers are required to give employees time off to work as an election judge.

Go to DiscoverOsseo.com (I want to Vote) to find out more information and download/complete an application form to serve Osseo as an election judge in March 2020.

Go to MNVOTES.ORG for everything you want to know about elections!

**If you have questions for City Clerk LeAnn Larson, please email llarson@ci.osseo.mn.us or phone 763-425-2624 ext 103. Thank you!

 POLICE RESERVE OFFICER.  The City of Osseo, Minnesota (pop. 2,700), is accepting applications for Volunteer Police Reserve Officers to assist with a variety of tasks such as traffic control, crowd control, assistance at accident scenes, fires, natural disasters, general patrol duties and assisting licensed Police Officers as needed.

New Reserve Officers attend the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office Reserve School and will complete a mandatory in-house, field training program so as to familiarize themselves with the equipment, geography and procedures of the Osseo Police Department. Other training includes defensive tactics, firearms, TASER, personal chemical spray and more. It should be noted that the Reserve Officers do not carry firearms.

The Reserve Officer program is a great way for citizens to give back to their community, find out how law enforcement works and create leadership and teamwork skills for day-to-day life. 

To be eligible, a person must be 18 years of age or older, have a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid Minnesota driver’s license with a good driving record, and be able to pass a background investigation.

Click on this link to download a complete job description. Applications can be picked up at the Osseo Police Department or by calling (763) 424-5444 or click on this link to download an application.

Completed applications are to be submitted to the Osseo Police Department. Applications should be submitted via mail to the Osseo Police Department, Attention: Reserve Coordinator, 415 Central Ave., Osseo, MN 55369; Fax: (763) 424-4616; or E-Mail: tmortinson@ci.osseo.mn.us.

Performance opportunities

Those interested in performing in 2021 Osseo Lions Roar should contact the Osseo Lions at http://osseolions.org/ 

Those interested in performing in Osseo during the 2021 Music & Movies in the Park series can fill out the interest form at https://forms.gle/qtZpScCZGmmAVnCi7

Current RFPs

Approved Caterers

Seeking Approved Caterers for the Osseo Community Center

Applicants are sought to serve as a limited number of “Approved Caterers” for the Osseo Community Center (“OCC”). Approved Caterers are eligible to provide alcoholic beverage service at the OCC. Approved Caterers will make arrangements directly with OCC Users who desire to have alcohol served at the OCC. The City will provide OCC users with contact information for all Approved Caterers. 

Download the entire application packet for more information: Approved_Caterer_Applications.pdf