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The City's Christmas Tree Disposal site will be open to Warrensburg residents starting December 14, 2020. The site will be located at the yard waste drop off site on West Pine and Washington Streets. It will remain open until January 18, 2021.
As a safety concern for pedestrians and drivers, property owners should be advised, the City is stepping up enforcement of a City ordinance requiring snow and ice to be removed from public sidewalks within 24 hours after the end of a snow and ice event.
City Manager Harold Stewart submitted his resignation yesterday to the Mayor and City Council and has accepted the position of City Manager for Minot, ND. Stewart has been the Warrensburg City Manager since August 2015. His last day will be December 25.
With the recent racial unrest across the nation, the City feels that diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts are vital to bettering our community. So, we ask that all in the community answer a 15-minute survey to help guide our efforts.
The City of Warrensburg is proud to announce that it has again been recognized nationally for its growth and affordability by LendEDU, this time as one of the most affordable cities for veteran and active duty military homebuyers.
The City of Warrensburg is proud to announce that it has been recognized nationally as one of the fastest-growing U.S. cities that is still affordable for homebuyers, by LendEDU, an online financial marketplace.