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Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce Guidebook

Just the Facts No matter where your travel 1957. Its five council members plans take you, Warrensburg, are elected at-large, and one Missouri is on the way. Located council member is chosen by in the center of the country’s the council to serve as mayor. heartland, Warrensburg is an The City of Warrensburg hour’s drive from Kansas City, provides police, fire, street four hours from St. Louis, and maintenance, sewer, animal three hours from Branson, control, building inspection, and Missouri. Warrensburg planning and zoning services residents are in the enviable within the city limits. In addition, position of being able to enjoy it provides animal shelter WARRENSBURG AT A GLANCE the attractions of metropolitan services to unincorporated areas and the advantages of small-town life. Unlike purely Warrensburg micropolitan area BUSJohnson County. The Park and suburban areas, Warrensburg is (2014 Census Est.): 54,649 Tickets may be purchased atRecreation Department has 12park areas totaling 402 acres a self-contained city with a Sales tax: 8.35% the Depot in the Chamber officeand a Community Center. The vibrant employment base, active cultural scene, and many CLIMATE Warrensburg 64093center provides space for theat 100 S. Holden,Senior Center that operates a civic events and activities. Warrensburg serves as the Old Drum Transportation:weekday lunch and homeColdest month: January county seat of Johnson County. 39° F or 3° C (660) 827-2611delivery program. The CityAverage high temperature:maintains Sunset Hill Cemetery. Established in 1855, The City operates with Average low temperature: Jefferson Lines: (888) 276-6287 Warrensburg is a third-class approximately 160 full-time and 18° F / -7° C IMPORTANT city, with a council-manager many more part-time Warmest month: July PHONE NUMBERS form of government adopted in employees and volunteers. Average high temperature: 89° F or 32° C Police, sheriff, fire and Average low temperature: ambulance emergencies 911 67° F or 19° C Animal Control:......... (660) 747-2265 I Yearly precipitation Animal Shelter...........(660) 747-7156 29 US 35 Building Permits ........(660) 747-9135MISSOURIIRain: 42.93” Snow: 23”65 GOVERNMENT Collections/Licenses..(660) 747-9131 Kansas I City US 70 St. Louis County of Johnson: CenturyLink50 Warrensburg Jefferson Second class Missouri county Phone Co. ................(866) 304-6820City13Iwith a commission form of44MO government Charter Business ......(636) 399-7254 Springfield City of Warrensburg: Fire Department 55 non-emergency .........(660) 747-9136Third class Missouri city withI a council-manager form Johnson Co. of government Courthouse .............. (660) 747-9822 HIGHWAYS KCP&L..................... (888) 471-5275 Minneapolis• Intersection of U.S. Highway 50 License Bureau......... (660) 747-3500 Chicago• •Indianapolis Missouri American& Missouri Business Route 13 Denver• Kansas City• •St. Louis 17 Miles South of Interstate 70 Water Co................. (866) 430-0820100 Mi. 300 Mi. Missouri Gason Missouri Highway 13/•Nashville•Memphis 200 Mi. Dallas• 500 Mi. Energy ..................... (800) 582-1234Business Route 13400 Mi. RAILROAD Municipal Court .........(660) 747-9132 MILES TO Amtrak: (800) 872-7245 Parks & Recreation/ www.amtrak.com Community Center..... (660) 747-7178 Chicago IL 507 Kansas City MO 58 Dallas TX 528 Memphis TN 405 AIR Poison Control Denver CO 664 Minneapolis MN 489 University of Central Missouri’s Center...................... (800) 222-1222 Indianapolis IN 453 Nashville TN 525 Max B. Swisher Police Department Skyhaven Airport non-emergency .........(660) 747-9133 For additional information, contact the Chamber at (660) 747-3168, Kansas City West Central Electric toll-free (877) OLD-DRUM or visit www.warrensburg.org. International Airport Cooperative, Inc........ (800) 491-1234 3


Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce Guidebook
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