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Washington, Missouri

City of Washington strives to provide up-to-date information on city services that enhance your quality of life here at our website. Washington is a growing community next to the Missouri River in Franklin County. We boast an excellent school system, and a tremendous park system. Washington serves as the retail hub and industrial development leader of the County.

As a reminder, it is a violation of City Ordinance to leave grass clippings in the street. Grass clippings are a safety hazard to traveling motorists, degrade the quality of water that enters our lakes and rivers, and are unsightly. ... See MoreSee Less

As a reminder, it is a violation of City Ordinance to leave grass clippings in the street.  Grass clippings are a safety hazard to traveling motorists, degrade the quality of water that enters our lakes and rivers, and are unsightly.

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Tell the professional grass cutting businesses this. What I see is they blow everything into the streets. Then several times a year city crews are cleaning out our street drains. And our streets are flooding. There should be a city ordinance or did something. It’s also a serious issue for motorcyclists.

Appropriate in Cardinal Meadows also.

Its a no no here in Hermann too

This is a very worthwhile ordinance but what department enforces it? Is it only enforced if someone calls it in?

Gerald has the same ordinance not sure about Union but saw company yesterday weed eating along the curb on Denmark and another guy behind him with a blower blowing it all out i the street.

Its a no no here in Hermann too

Memorial Day Holiday Schedule:
Curbside Refuse & Recycle:
Monday (5/27) and Tuesday (5/28) will be picked up on Tuesday (5/28)
Ward 4 Leaf/Limb Pickup:
Monday (5/27) will be picked up on Tuesday (5/28)
Landfill: Closed Monday (5/27)
Recycle Center: Closed Monday (5/27)
Please place your curbside Refuse/Recycle out the night before or by 5 a.m. on the day of scheduled pickup.
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Annual Bicycle Safety Rodeo is this Saturday, May 18! ... See MoreSee Less

Annual Bicycle Safety Rodeo is this Saturday, May 18!

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Can they test the water at the same time? Tired of feeling I drink pool water

Our second Rabies Clinic is this Thursday, May 16 from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Merchants Pavilion in the Fairgrounds. Vaccinations will be done by Dr. Kansteiner. Persons must be over 17 years of age to register a dog or cat. Fee is $10 for each dog or cat vaccinated. Questions can be directed to (636) 390-1000. ... See MoreSee Less

Our second Rabies Clinic is this Thursday, May 16 from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Merchants Pavilion in the Fairgrounds. Vaccinations will be done by Dr. Kansteiner. Persons must be over 17 years of age to register a dog or cat. Fee is $10 for each dog or cat vaccinated. Questions can be directed to (636) 390-1000.

The City of Washington is seeking qualified candidates for the positions of Maintenance Worker I (Scale Operator) and Maintenance Worker II (Truck Driver) in our Landfill and Recycling/Compost Departments. For additional information, please visit our website at washmo.gov. ... See MoreSee Less

The City of Washington is seeking qualified candidates for the positions of Maintenance Worker I (Scale Operator) and Maintenance Worker II (Truck Driver) in our Landfill and Recycling/Compost Departments. For additional information, please visit our website at washmo.gov.

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Can they test the water at the same time? Tired of feeling I drink pool water

6 days ago

City of Washington, Missouri Government

The Washington Police Department is hosting a Flag Raising & Memorial Ceremony on Wednesday, May 15th to commemorate National Peace Officers Memorial Day.

The ceremony starts at 10:00 am in front of the Washington Police Station.

Please Join Us!!
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