Welcome to Warson Woods, MO

City Calendar and Upcoming Events

What's Happening .

-Warson Woods' own Gordon Gosh, Alderman of Ward 2, is being taken to Washington D.C. on an honor flight. Gordon served his county in two wars. Read his story and learn a little about our City Arborist and long time Alderman, click *HERE*.

-Requests for Pavilion reservations should be made with the City Clerk, Kathy Mahany, at 314-965-3100. Any conflicts will be resolved on a first-come, first-served basis.

Next Board Meeting

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Next Court Dates

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Upcoming City Events

Royal Oak Park is now open for use by the residents of Warson Woods and their guests.  Please exercise caution as some of the turf is new and will continue to establish solid root structures in the coming weeks.  Thank you for your patience while we completed the project.  We hope everyone enjoys the “new” Royal Oak Park. Requests for Pavilion reservations should be made with the City Clerk, Kathy Mahany, at 314-965-3100. Any conflicts will be resolved on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Thank you

 

News from the Warson Woods Police Department

 

A youthful new presence in the police department for 2015.

A new patrolman, Jesse Brock, was hired on to the Warson Woods Police Department late 2015. He brings experience, professionalism and a youthful energy to the department. He embraces citizen involvement and community outreach. We look forward to seeing what he will accomplish in the years to come.

 

Another year of Special Olympic support - 2014 was a great year for donations!

This May in Warson Woods Captain Giacopelli, Patrolman Lawson and Patrolman Tiusus went out to the community and successfully raised over $1000 for the Special Olympics. They sold shirts, raised community awareness and did their best to help a good cause.

 

Warson Woods Police Visit Local Schools -2013

Chief Stanczak and Detective Dave Giacopelli spoke with students at Ste. Genevieve Du Bois and Rohan Woods schools on safety and various other topics on Friday April 8, 2013. A member of the St. Louis County Police Crime Scene Investigation Unit (CSI) was on hand to answer questions and the students also had a surprise visit from a St. Louis County Police helicopter!

 

Crime Report/Activity

For a weekly report of activity in the community you can check out the Kirkwood/Webster Times.

Special Concerns for Our Residents

Attn: Residents

Please remember to close your garage doors, lock your cars and houses when you go to sleep at night. Between the hours of midnight and 4 a.m. are prime hours for opportunistic thiefs to "grab and go" under the cloak of darkness. We will be out patrolling during that time, but we need your help to be successful in our endeavors to protect you, your family and your property.