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On Wednesday, October 25th from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, North Davis will be closed to through traffic at the railroad crossing so repairs can be performed by BNSF to the rail and crossing.

The purpose of this media release is to update the motoring public concerning Central Business District parking enforcement operations.
The City of Ottawa, Kansas, is hereby soliciting statements of experience, qualifications and interest from airport consultants for the following project at the Ottawa Municipal Airport (OWI). The projects listed below are part of the Airport Capital Improvement Plan (ACIP) that was prepared for the FAA by Benesch & Co. The current ACIP is available upon request. Subject to  receipt of  federal and/or Kansas Department of Transportation, Division of Aviation, funding these projects may include the following:
Due to the recent storm, the Public Works Department crews will collect limbs (from private yards) at curbside. Crews will begin on Monday, October 23, 2017 and make one complete pass through the city.
The City of Ottawa is accepting applications for the City's Winter Warmth Assistance program until December 1, 2017.  Winter assistance will be provided for up to 50% of electric charges only, not to exceed $75.00 per billing cycle.
 Improvements are set to begin Monday, October 16th on the East 15th Street Bicycle and Sidewalk Project This is a joint project between the City and the Kansas Department of Transportation, with KDOT being the managing entity.

Would you like to be involved in deciding the direction of Ottawa’s Municipal Auditorium?  We currently have an opening on our Ottawa Memorial Auditorium Advisory Board.   This is a three year term and the Board currently meets monthly during the work day.

Want to see what it's like to skydive into Ottawa Municipal Airport, well here's your chance! The following video was provided by the skydivers at the annual Ottawa Airport Fun Day that took place on 8-26-17 and provides a first person view of the action.

The most common disease spread by mosquitoes in Kansas is the West Nile virus. In 2015, 34 cases of West Nile were identified in Kansas, including one in Franklin County. Of the 34 cases, 20 people were hospitalized and two died. Viruses in the national news, such as Zika, are a concern in some places in the United States. No cases of Zika, Dengue or Yellow Fever have been locally acquired in Kansas.
The City of Ottawa has received a second $50,000 anonymous donation through the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation for the Goppert Teen Park.
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