Welcome to the Resident's Corner.
-To see pictures from the City's 80th year celebration, Click *HERE*.
-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 left on the City Clerk’s voicemail by dialing 314-965-3100, ext. 101. When leaving a message, please include your name, address, call back number and date to be reserved. Any conflicts will be resolved on a first-come, first-served basis.
-Warson Woods was awarded another Tree City award. To check out the details about this, go visit our Arbor Day Tree City page. Click *HERE*.
-Click *HERE* to view the 2016 Progressive Waste holiday pickup schedule.
-Warson Woods was ranked #1 in Missouri and #30 in the country as best suburb to raise a family. Let's keep that streak going! The see the article, Click *HERE*!
-To veiw information regarding the recent MSD project in Ward 1 and the meeting scheduled for April 16, 2015, please Click *HERE*.
-Missouri American Water: "We are planning to replace the water lines on following streets; Andrew Drive, Dearborn Drive, North Drive, Forrest View Drive and Ridgeline Drive". To view the flyer regarding the replacement of water mains and construction information, please Click *HERE*.
-Presentations on Royal Oaks Park and St. Matthew’s Property from Feb 16, 2015 Board Meeting.
Thank you very much.
-Does your house potentially have radon gas? If you are concerned, contact St. Louis County Health Services to get a free short-term radon test kit. You can register online or call for details. Click *HERE* to see the form and read the flier.
-Please do not push your leaves into the street for pickup, place them at the curb to avoid blocking the street. Thanks in advance for your co-operation.
-Cell Tower Proposed behind Warson Woods Police Station (above Royal Oaks Park), for more information, Click *HERE*.
To see the images of the cell tower and proposed easements, click the below links.