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The staff at City Hall are super excited about the arrival of the City's time capsule to be dedicated at the 50th Anniversary of the Roubidoux Park. The only thing it needs now are your memories and messages for the future.
COMMUNITY ANNOUCEMENT - NORTHERN HEIGHTS RESIDENTS
Once again, due to Missouri weather, City Hall will be closed today at 2:30pm. Additional closures will be announced if the weather persists. Please stay home and stay warm.
Due to road conditions and the threat of continuing severe weather, sanitation and recycling services scheduled for tomorrow are cancelled. We will update with further information as it becomes available.
"We can't change what we refuse to touch."
Due to last week's cancelation, Saint Robert Sanitation will begin making their way through the City tomorrow, Wednesday the 9th to collect any trash that may be at the curb. If your trash is not picked up tomorrow, normal trash routes will be ran Thursday and Friday of this week, as well.
The City of Waynesville would like to take the opportunity in advance of the approaching winter weather system to reassure our citizens the City’s employees are prepared to respond to the forecasted conditions over the next couple days. We have been tracking and preparing for this event throughout the week, however, it should be noted the City has taken numerous precautionary measures to try and minimize the effect storm events like this may have upon our residents.
Winter Storm Watch in effect from late Tuesday night through Thursday Evening. Please take action to prepare ahead of time.
The City of Waynesville has been selected as an awardee in the 2022 National Fitness Court Healthy Cities Campaign! This award is for one 2022 NFC Grant of $25,000. The City will need to provide a local match in the amount of up to $125,000. These funds will be used to install a fitness court in the Roubidoux Park. The 2022 NFC Healthy Cities Campaign is part of a national movement to make world-class fitness free and accessible in public spaces across the country. We look forward to promoting this project and bringing the community together for a build day at the park in late 2022. Click the link below to watch a short video to learn more.
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