Welcome to Warson Woods, MO

City Calendar and Upcoming Events

What's Happening .

-To view the agenda for the 2017 Board of Alderman Meeting, please Click *HERE*

-2017 Summer Tennis Schedule 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, July 18, 2017

Next Court Dates

Wednesday, September 6, 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

 

Snow Plowing, Salting and Snow Removal

*The City of Warson Woods is requesting bids for SNOW REMOVAL in the 2014/2015 season.

-Invitation to bid. Bids will be accepted. You can click the link below to download the bid form, or get a copy in person from city hall between the hours of 9:00am and 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. Thanks in advance. Sealed bids will be accepted in the office of the City Clerk of Warson Woods at:

The City of Warson Woods
10015 Manchester Rd.
Warson Woods, MO 63122

-Click *HERE* for the bidder instruction sheet and form regarding bids.

 

A Message to the Residents Regarding Plowing/Salting

Our public works department has the equipment and training to take to the streets and keep them as clear as possible during inclament weather. Snow can accumulate quickly and when that happens they will be working tirelessly to apply salt and make the roads passable. They will be doing their best during the storm, but most of the cleanup progress will be shortly after the snow stops falling. Please have patience during heavy snow. The best thing you can do is plan ahead and stay home. If you do have to go out, try to take the path with the least hills and slopes, as they can be treacherous.