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City Participates in Job Fair: On March 22, representatives from the City of Lake Ozark attended a lake area job fair in an effort to bring new talent to City Hall. Advertising open full-time and part-time positions in our Police, Police Dispatch, and Public Works departments, various city staff members are engaging with the public to discuss the benefits of working in local government and how to make a career change towards public service. This event will be the first of several this year where the City of Lake Ozark reaches out to the community at large to help fill some of our critical positions. To learn more about open positions or employment benefits, visit   (Pictured above are Matt Michalik, Public Works Director, and Mark Kordula, Lake Ozark Police Sergeant)

New Highway 54 interchange map guides the way

The Highway 54 interchange opened Wednesday, April 21, but any time there is change there is a little confusion – especially for motorists wanting to go to Osage National.

The four-way signaled intersection no longer exists. Now, there are exit ramps for both eastbound and westbound traffic wanting to go to Osage National. 

Please refer to the map for clarification. For reference, Eldon is toward the left and Osage Beach is to the right. Osage National is out of sight in the upper righthand corner of the map.

Westbound motorists will exit on the appropriate ramp, then follow the arrows and signage through two roundabouts. Follow the arrows around newly constructed roundabouts to Osage Hills Road. 

Eastbound motorists will take the exit ramp, go through one roundabout and then onto Osage Hills Road.

Motorists wanting to access Bagnell Dam and Lake Ozark can take the appropriate exit ramps, follow arrows and signage through the roundabout.

Again, please refer to the map. 

Just remember: Don’t anticipate turning where the traffic signals were located. They are gone.