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BUSINESS LICENSES
 

 

General License – Please use this application for most businesses such as retail, hair salons, Bookkeeping, Service/Gas Station, etc.

 

Contractor’s License  – If you supply electric, plumbing, gas/propane services or operate as a General Contractor, please use this application.

 

Home Based Business Questionnaire  – If you are working out of your home, please fill out the Home Based Questionnaire.

 

Emergency Contact Sheet  – All businesses must fill out an Emergency Contact Sheet.

 

Worker’s Compensation Exemption Form  – If your business is not required to carry Worker’s Compensation Insurance, please fill out the Exemption Form and  submit with your Application. 

 

If you have any questions regarding the type of application you should fill out for your business, please contact City Hall at 573-774-6171.

 
     
 


The City of Waynesville, Missouri, is located in Pulaski County, Missouri, and is home to Fort Leonard Wood.  Historic Route 66 winds its way through downtown Waynesville, and the area near the Roubidoux Spring in Waynesville's Laughlin Park was used as a Cherokee encampment during the 1837-1839 Trail of Tears march.