Clarke County Hospital Encourages Community-wide CHNA Survey Participation

Clarke County Hospital continues to promote the importance of the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Survey to the citizens of Clarke County, Iowa. The information gathered through this survey will help health and safety organizations develop strategies and programming for the entire county.
Click through to the latest update to learn more about the assessment and to get started on your feedback today…

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Collaborative Building Efforts Support Students, Community Growth

In partnerships with the City of Osceola, SWCC, CCDC, local contractors and more, Students at Clarke Community School are participating in a renewed Building Trades program. With projects on campus as well an exciting new home just off Osceola’s historic square, the students are gaining real-life experience.
Check out the latest update for a fun video and more information about the program…

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Community-Wide Water Conservation Efforts Show Commitment

Since the water conservation ordinance was increased in October to Section 3 – Water Emergency, the Osceola Water Works team has been working with customers from their largest water users to residential customers to help conserve. In just two months, the results have been quite impressive.
Click through to their latest update to see how the community has come together to help conserve water…

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2024 Clarke County Health Needs Assessment Survey Launches

Clarke County Hospital, along with the City of Osceola and others have embarked on the 2024 Clarke County Health Needs Assessment. Similar to county assessments conducted in 2019 and 2015 this effort provides is a systematic, data-driven approach to determining the health status, behaviors and needs of all of the residents we serve.
The information you provide will go to determining how we better serve our community. Click the link to get started today!

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Current Drought Conditions Can Cause Increase in Water Infrastructure Disruptions

Osceola Water Works has been aware of the recent rise in water main breaks throughout the city. With temps fluctuating and ground shifting from freezing and thawing, breaks seem to be more pervasive than in the past, but that isn’t actually the case.
The most recent update from Osceola Water Works discusses the conditions that lead to infrastructure disruptions, gives a little history on Osceola’s updates and how you can help report.
Click through to the most recent update to read more…

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