Mayor Duane Poppe has issued a declaration of local emergency related to the evolving COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic. The declaration occurred during the Osseo City Council meeting on Monday, March 23.
Each year, Hennepin County receives around $6 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for suburban housing and development projects and services.
To guide the use of these funds, Hennepin County works with cities, residents, and other partners to set goals and priorities for affordable housing and community development in suburban communities as part of a five-year action plan. These priorities also help shape broader affordable housing efforts by the county and partner cities.
Understanding your personal experiences and priorities will help inform how federal funds are invested in housing and community development activities and services in our community. The next five-year plan is now under development and there are several ways you can provide feedback.
2019 Osseo Summer “Music & Movies in the Park” Event Series Announced
Osseo’s free Tuesday Music and Movies in the Park events return in 2019 with a special star-spangled lineup. All concerts start at 7:00 pm, with movies at dusk.
Osseo is part of a group of suburban cities in Hennepin County that coordinates affordable housing and development activities that use federal funding. Every year, this group submits an action plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that shows how we plan to use federal funds from three programs for housing and development projects in the coming year.