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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.

The City of Washington is lifting the mask ordinance due to three of the metrics used to measure the spread of COVID-19 being out of the red for four consecutive weeks.

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February 25, 2021
Press Release
Reference: Illegal Cutting Down of Trees on City Property
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February 25, 2021
Press Release
Reference:  Illegal Cutting Down of Trees on City PropertyImage attachmentImage attachment

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Someone is in tr ou ble

Blatant disregard for so many things!

I guess they’ll just act like they didn’t know it wasn’t OK to cut 150 trees down.

Christina Anne Jones we just walked past here!

this makes me want to cry. breaks my heart that someone is so ignorant to do that..

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Looking for a Summer Job? Come work for the City of Washington. Enjoy the outdoors, work at the new pool or have fun watching kids! Great summer job for students and teachers! ... See MoreSee Less

Looking for a Summer Job?  Come work for the City of Washington.  Enjoy the outdoors, work at the new pool or have fun watching kids!  Great summer job for students and teachers!

The City of Washington is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Full-Time Dispatcher Trainee. This position will involve dispatching calls for Police and Fire.
washmo.gov/home-1/residents/employment-opportunities/
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The City of Washington is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Full-Time Dispatcher Trainee.  This position will involve dispatching calls for Police and Fire.
https://washmo.gov/home-1/residents/employment-opportunities/

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Asking a sincere question, not sarcastic. I've noticed this post come up every couple of months. Why don't people stay? Is it the stress? Or is it when it comes time to certify , people don't pass the test or do they just move on? Just urious . It sounds like an interesting job.

I would love to watch how they work

Did you know that Missouri Law requires emergency communications professionals to meet a set of training standards in order to be in compliance? No matter the discipline – Emergency Medical, Fire, or Law Enforcement, all emergency communications professionals must currently obtain 24 hours of industry-related continuing education every three year counting period. We know that not every center has the funds for in-house training, that is why Missouri APCO, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and numerous agencies around the state are proud to partner together to provide instructors and quality and timely no-to-low cost training to the amazing telecommunications in Missouri through the Missouri Professional Training Partnership!

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Press release regarding lifting of city mask ordinance- ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for following the science and not some unrealistic political agenda.

I hope the individual companies keep the mask requirement so they can at least keep their people safe, we don't have near enough people vaccinated

Thanks for the update.

I still don’t understand why wearing a mask is so hard for some people..I would be heartbroken if I ever infected anyone.

I guess the council members on the April ballot realized they are about to get replaced.

Good

As for me, I’m still going to wear mine

About dam time

About time. Not like any of us were really doing it anyway

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Water main break on Lafayette just south of Main Street is repaired with no pressure drop. ... See MoreSee Less

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