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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.

11/30/22 Round Two Leaf Pickup Update. The second round is now complete. For any questions, please call (636) 390-1032.

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11/30/22 Round Two Leaf Pickup Update. The second round is now complete. For any questions, please call (636) 390-1032. ... See MoreSee Less

11/30/22 Round Two Leaf Pickup Update. The second round is now complete. For any questions, please call (636) 390-1032.

We need your input!

The City will be hosting out first public workshop for the GrowWashmo 2033 Comprehensive Plan. This input we recieve at this meeting will help us create a vision for what we want Washington to look like in 2033.

Where: City Auditorium
When: December 14th, 6:00 p.m.
Why: To give us your input!
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We need your input! 

The City will be hosting out first public workshop for the GrowWashmo 2033 Comprehensive Plan. This input we recieve at this meeting will help us create a vision for what we want Washington to look like in 2033. 

Where: City Auditorium
When: December 14th, 6:00 p.m.
Why: To give us your input!

11/29/22 Round Two Leaf Pickup Update. You can also visit washmo.gov/ to view the map. ... See MoreSee Less

11/29/22 Round Two Leaf Pickup Update.  You can also visit https://washmo.gov/ to view the map.

REMINDER -- Route 100 motorists, MoDOT will host a public information meeting from 4-6 p.m. THIS THURSDAY, Dec. 1 to share findings of the Missouri Route 100 project traffic study. The open-house style meeting will be held at the Washington City Hall Council Chambers, 405 Jefferson St., Washington, MO 63090. There will not be a formal presentation, and individuals can attend the meeting at any time during the open house to speak with engineers and designers. If you're unable to make the meeting, go to www.modot.org/missouri-route-100-traffic-study for more information and to share your thoughts on Route 100. ... See MoreSee Less

Did you know that the Missouri Department of Natural Resources permits the City to release rainwater into the lakes/streams/river? Rainwater is not treated at a treatment plant.

In an effort to provide the public with an easy to use portal to report concerns, the City has added the following link to our website: washmo.gov/home-1/city-departments/engineering/. On the left side you can “Report a Stormwater Concern”. This concern goes directly to the correct department in the City and provides information to the City to ensure we are all meeting our stormwater requirements.

Thank you for be the solution to water pollution.
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Did you know that the Missouri Department of Natural Resources permits the City to release rainwater into the lakes/streams/river?  Rainwater is not treated at a treatment plant.

In an effort to provide the public with an easy to use portal to report concerns, the City has added the following link to our website:  https://washmo.gov/home-1/city-departments/engineering/.  On the left side you can “Report a Stormwater Concern”.  This concern goes directly to the correct department in the City and provides information to the City to ensure we are all meeting our stormwater requirements.  

Thank you for be the solution to water pollution.
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