Posted February 27, 2024
Annual Ozark Limb Pick-Up
March 25 - 29
Register by March 22 at 5 pm
Register today! Call City Hall at 417-581-2407
Only tree trimmings that meet the criteria below will be picked up.
Annual Ozark Limb Pick-Up
- Limbs must be curbside before 7 a.m. March 25.
- Limbs must be stacke...
Posted February 22, 2024
Ozark, Mo. -- The City of Ozark's staff leaders and elected Board of Aldermen came together to chart a course of action for their community and develop specific focus areas in the fall of 2023. After considerable time and thought, the re... City of Ozark adopts 2024 Strategic Plan
Posted January 30, 2024
Ozark, Mo. -- Ozark residents who are Republic Services customers will notice a monthly rate increase starting February 1, 2024.
If you're a Republic Services customer, your current monthly trash fee of $12.85, which has been in effect s... Notice: Republic Services customers to see rate increase
Posted January 26, 2024
Ozark, Mo. -- The Parks & Recreations Department plans to plant new trees at Finely River and Neil Grubaugh parks after a tree company removed 24 trees in the Fall of 2023.
"We are looking forward to Spring when our Parks Maintenance team can work... Parks & Recreation: City plans to replace removed trees
Posted January 11, 2024
Ozark, Mo - The Ozark Police Department was evaluated today to receive its accreditation from the Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation for the third time.
Two assessors from the foundation paid an on-site visit to OPD to examine patrol operations, ... Ozark Police begins MPCCF reaccreditation process
Posted January 4, 2024
OZARK, Mo. -- The City of Ozark has hired an interim city administrator to aid in carrying out city operations while the process of hiring a permanent city administrator is in progress.
The search committee, headed by Mayor Don Currence, selected Ben DeClu... City of Ozark hires interim city administrator
Posted December 28, 2023
As we come to a close of the year 2023, the last nine months have been a busy but rewarding time for me as your mayor. I have been able to meet a lot of my fellow citizens at many events in the city of Ozark. I have come to appreciate the great staff we h... Message from the Mayor
Posted October 31, 2023
Keep your home at least 65 degreesThe temperature inside the walls where the pipes are located is substantially colder than the walls themselves. A temperature lower than 65 degrees might not keep the inside walls from freezing.Close vents and seal up you... How to prepare your home for colder weather
Posted August 17, 2023
Discover Ozark: Unveiling the All-New Welcome Packet for Newcomers and Long-Term Residents!
Welcome to the vibrant and captivating city of Ozark, where the past seamlessly blends with the present, and opportunities for adventure are boundless. Whether you&... Welcome to the City of Ozark
Posted September 29, 2023
Ozark, Mo -- We all have heard this many times before, but I cannot believe it has been six months since I was elected to serve as the Mayor of Ozark. People ask me all the time if I am enjoying being mayor. For me, it is a privilege to serve the... A message from the mayor: A privilege to serve Ozark
Posted August 23, 2023
The City of Ozark Utility Department is requesting its customers to conserve water. Due to the lack of recent rainfall, the groundwater supply has dropped to a level where we need to ask customers to begin to conserve water before some ... Be Water Wise: City requests customers conserve water
Posted September 1, 2023
Ozark, Mo. - As the gentle breeze carries the sweet scent of nature, our picturesque town of Ozark, Missouri, continues to thrive with its abundance of lush greenery and beautiful trees. However, hidden within the tranquil beauty of our surroundings lurks... Protecting Our Trees: Battling the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle
Posted August 21, 2023
Republic Services announces new routes
The City of Ozark understands there have been some difficulties with trash collection service for Republic Services customers in Ozark recently. We want to inform you that Republic Services is implementing new routes for trash collection in Ozark. If you ...
Posted August 30, 2023
Ozark, Mo - A temporary road closure is scheduled for a portion of 3rd Street at the intersection with W. McCracken Rd. and Riverside Rd., starting on Thursday, Aug. 31 from 9:00 a.m. until Friday, Sept. 1 at 5:00 p.m. Please see the map images b... 3rd St. Intersection to be closed
Posted July 21, 2023
Exciting news from the City of Ozark Environmental Division! The Garrison Springs Project is moving forward. Starting on Monday, July 24, work will commence on the Garrison Springs culvert project.As crews begin work on-site, safety is of the utmost conce... Work begins on Garrison Springs culvert project
Posted July 25, 2023
McCracken Road being prepared for asphalt
Ozark, Mo. -- Contractor crews are currently working on the excavation of McCracken Road for the construction of a trail and asphalt road, as well as a concrete deck pour.
In the upcoming phase of the project, contractors plan to remove the blank...
Posted July 31, 2023
Ozark, Mo -- As we enjoy the warm embrace of summer in our charming town of Ozark, Missouri, the season also brings with it an unwelcome guest - the mosquito. These pesky insects not only disrupt our outdoor activities but can also pose health risks due t... Beating the Buzz: Mosquito Management Tips
Posted August 4, 2023
OZARK, Mo. -- The City of Ozark understands the challenges faced by our citizens following the recent storm. In an effort to provide assistance in the cleanup, the City has established a temporary yard debris drop-off site.This site is ready and open to c... City establishes storm debris drop-off site
Posted June 5, 2023
June in Ozark, Missouri presents an excellent opportunity to save both energy and money through energy efficiency practices. As temperatures rise and air conditioners work harder, implementing these strategies can help minimize energy consumption and redu... Energy Efficiency: Saving Energy and Money
Posted June 8, 2023
Chief Justin Arnold graduated from the FBI National Command Course (NCC) Session #4 on May 19, 2023, in Woodbridge, Virginia.
OPD Chief Graduates from FBI Course
The NCC is part of the FBI's strategic leadership program, which services law enforcement agencies with 50 or fewer sworn...
Posted June 30, 2023
Progress continues at the 3rd and McCracken St. intersection with crews completing over 75 percent of the project. Crews will pour the bridge deck after the holiday and do some miscellaneous cleaning up throughout the project area.
The end bents have been ... Bridge rehabilitation and intersection project nearing completion
Posted June 29, 2023
Composting is a natural process that involves the decomposition of organic materials, such as food scraps, yard waste, and leaves, to create nutrient-rich compost. Compost can be a valuable addition to your garden, providing numerous benefits. First and f... The benefits of composting and how to get started
Posted June 5, 2023
Ozark Police Department welcomes new officers
The Ozark Police Department welcomed two new police officers, Jennyfer Ramirez and Micah Rodgers, on May 30 and 31, respectively. Both Ramirez and Rodgers recently graduated from the Drury University Law Enforcement Academy.
Posted April 17, 2023
The City of Ozark awarded ARPA funds to support the Chadwick Flyer Trail expansion.
The City of Ozark, Missouri, is pleased to announce it has been selected to receive $1.179 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for local tourism projects from ... Chadwick Flyer Trail Expansion