Relocating to Oshkosh

The waterways in and around Oshkosh offer many recreational activities, during every season. Oshkosh is located on the western shore of Lake Winnebago and east of Lake Butte des Morts. The Fox River, which runs through the heart of the city, connects the two lakes. With a population of more than 65,000, the city provides its residents with great opportunities to work, live and play.

Residents enjoy a healthy and diverse economy. Oshkosh's attributes also include:


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Government Entities

If you are new to Oshkosh and have questions about government services, such as water and garbage, you'll find assistance through the following municipalities' Web sites or phone numbers:

Oshkosh also is serviced by several telephone and cellular phone companies.


Wisconsin Public Service serves the City of Oshkosh and surrounding area with electricity and natural gas. Wisconsin Public Service provides 24-hour residential service by calling (800) 450-7260. Business and farm customer service can be reached at (877) 444-0888.


Oshkosh has one daily newspaper, the Oshkosh Northwestern. Classified advertising and articles also can be found in the Winnebago County Buyers' Guide.

Several radio stations serve the Oshkosh area.

The City of Oshkosh has two public access television stations and one radio station group that provide residents with informative programming about our government entities and city services.

If you are considering relocating to Oshkosh or have just joined us as a resident and would like more information about our great city, contact the Oshkosh Chamber for a relocation packet. We can be reached at (920) 303-2266 or email [email protected].

Information provided by Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce

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