Mahaska Community Stadium

The Mahaska Community Stadium is located on the east edge of the Lacey Recreation Complex. The complex consists of first-class artificial turf football and soccer fields and an all-weather track.

The GPS address for the stadium is 2091 238th Street, Oskaloosa, IA 52577.



Recreational opportunities abound within the Mahaska Community. A sister site, everythingMAHASKA, has been developed to provide more in-depth information surrounding recreation and entertainment opportunities throughout Mahaska County. everythingMAHASKA includes the Ultimate Community Calendar which is easily searchable, has a subscription option, and allows for front-end submission so area entities can place their events directly on the calendar.

The following links proved to the most search items prior to the redesign and are provided as a courtesy to our site visitors.

Employment Tools & Statistics

Labor Force statistics are only available county-wide through Iowa Workforce Development.  The most current data available is July 2017 where the state’s unemployment rate was 3.1%.

Mahaska County: October 2017 (September 2017)
Not seasonally adjusted – Benchmark: 2014

Resident Civilian Labor Force: 11,750 (11,840)
Resident Unemployed: 320 (380)
Percent Unemployed: 2.7 (3.2)
Resident Total Employed: 11,430 (11,460)
Labor Mgmt. Disputes: 0

Seed for Growth

In 1993, a lifelong resident of Oskaloosa passed away, leaving an estate worth well over $6,000,000 to the community of Oskaloosa. This money was put into the George Daily Family Trust Fund to benefit the Mahaska Community.

To provide a unique learning experience for Osakloosa’s youth and to help publicize the many community projects funded by the trust, “Kid’s Eye View” booklets were developed for a number of years. Each booklet strives to report on the leadership of each project toward which the Daily Trust Fund has contriubted funds. These not only provided historical records of where money was being spent, but also gave students exposure to a variety of reporting experiences and the concepts of community leadership.

Each project began with groups of students gathering information which included personal interviews. Once information was collected stories were written about the projects and the anticipated community benefits. In addition, illustrations were drawn to correspond with the story.

You are invited to view each of the “Kid’s Eye View” Seed for Growth publications linked below. A new window will open for on-line flip viewing.

Everything Mahaska

The ultimate community calendar for the Mahaska Community as well as amenities and activities from Oskaloosa and Mahaska County is found on line  at Team Mahaska’s sister site: The calendar is searchable by category and key words. Items can be easily posted* directly from the calendar page without registration requirements. This helps assure every event and activity can be found at this one location. A subscribe function has also been developed so events can be delivered directly to your email address.

*Calendar items posted from the front end are subject to publication approval.
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Links & Resources

A lot of information is contained on the Team Mahaska web site. Nearly everything can be accessed from this page.  Alternatively,  information can be searched by key words or found by linking to posts labeled on this page.