Three exits off I-35, U.S Highway 34 and the historic Jefferson Highway, perfectly position Osceola for tourism. We have a venue for activities of any size and type, from formal to rustic. OCMS hosts several events throughout the year to encourage community engagement and showcase our town.
Whether it's a small family-owned shop, medium sized business or large manufacturing facility, we strive to encourage positive community involvement, and provide information to help businesses thrive. Our "Meet Your Merchant" event, held on the courthouse lawn, provides a forum for business owners to meet the public.
Designated a Historic Commercial District in 2017, downtown Osceola is an eclectic mix of architecture styles and businesses surrounding a generous courtyard with plenty of green space for activities. Retail shops include antiques and consignments, modern funky and worn, flowers and appliances, full menu restaurants to specialty eateries, and professional services-dental and mental health. To top it off, our restored theater is an Art Deco style gem.
Our Library was dedicated June 15, 1911 and is among 101 public libraries built from 99 grants awarded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. It is listed in the National Directory Historic Places. The library is host to many activities throughout the year.
This beautifully restored theater is an Art Deco style show piece on the outside and outfitted with stadium seats and the latest in technology on the inside. Movies are current and very reasonably priced making it one of the best bargains for entertainment.
Restored to it's original glory, our Historic Depot is a stop along the Amtrak route, and recognized in "The Great American Stations." The inside is as charming and welcoming as the outside. Security cameras overlook the large well-lit parking lot, and visitors have quick access to car rentals, local eateries and shopping.
Are you looking for the perfect spot for business?
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