Ohio State Snowmobile Association

Who is OSSA and what do we do?

As an orgainization, the OSSA is committed to providing support to the surrounding communities. We support many chartities, and even offer a charity matching program to member clubs. Our support is not only financial. We provide many safety classes each year to teach a new generation of riders the snowmobiling techniques.


OSSA is proud to provide this service to its clubs. OSSA will match a clubs donation of up to $100.00 to a charity that the club has donated to. OSSA has set a budget of $500.00 per year for this program.


Here is how it works: The club makes a donation to a charity. The club sends a request for matching funds to OSSA along with proof of the donation. OSSA will at the Spring Meeting announce which clubs will have their charity donation matched. (note the above budget). If more then 5 clubs make the request, they will all be entered and the first 5 drawn will be chosen. OSSA will cut a check to the Charity.

Requests must be received by February 1, 2018

Send Requests to:

OSSA, Attn: Charity Match

PO BOX 1512

Concord OH 44077


Each year the OSSA selects a Snowmobiler of the Year from nominations made by club members. Recipients of this award are deeply committed to organized snowmobilling and are involved in organizations that strive to make the sport more enjoyable in the future.


Do you know someone deserving of this award? You can nominate them using this form. We are accepting nominations until February 1, 2018.


The OSSA appreciates the efforts of businesses that promote safe & responsible snowmobiling. Each year we select one as our Business of the Year. Do you know a business that does an exceptional job of promoting our sport? You can nominate them using this form. We are accepting nominations until February 1, 2018.


As a membership benefit your Ohio State Snowmobile Association provides a $500.00 scholarship that will be awarded to a deserving club member to help defray the costs of furthering their education.


To be considered for the scholarship you must be a paid individual member or a member through a paid family membership. The rules and required application form can be down loaded from the link at the bottom of this page.


The winner will be determined by an independent judge, whose decision will be final. The funds will be disbursed upon proof of incurred educational expenses. Applications must be submitted no later than February 1, 2018 to be considered. All schools or colleges are eligible including trade schools, technical schools and traditional colleges; a minimum 13 hours must be carried.


Click here to download the application.