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City-Wide Garage Sale and City-Wide Clean-Up


The City of Oronogo will be holding their city-wide garage sale on May 4-6, 2023. Permits are required, fees will be waived. Applications for the city-wide may be submitted after April 15, 2023. The garage sale map will be available after noon on May 3, 2023.

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FrontDesk is now live.


Please click the link on the City's Home Page to sign up. This gives you 24/7 access to your utility account.  If you previously signed up for ACH you will need to create an account on FrontDesk and re-enter your payment method.  You can use a credit card or checking account for the automatic payments. The City of Oronogo will no longer have that information stored in their system.  We will be adding other features soon. You will be able to apply for a garage sale permit, purchase your dog tags and other various items in the near future.

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Rate Increase


The Board of Alderman will be voting on a 3% increase to your water and sewer rates on Monday, June 13, 2022.  The City has not done a rate increase in 5 years.  Please feel free to attend the CIty Council meeting at 6:30 pm on June 13, 2022.  Also, school is out please be extra careful and watch for children playing.  The speed limit in all Subdivisions inside the City Limits is 15 mph.

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Oronogo Comprehensive Plan


Below is the link to the City's Comprehensive Plan Survey.  We encourage all citizens to take the time to fill out the survey.  This will help the City with future projects.

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Please do not drive around barricades that are up due to the flooding.  Citations will be issued and the fine amount could be anywhere from $90.00 to $500.00. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Comprehensive Plan


City of Oronogo Planning and Zoning Board will be holding a public hearing on May 17, 2022 @ 6:00 pm at City Hall, 653 E. Central St., Oronogo, MO 64855 to kick off the City's Comprehensive Plan.  All citizens are invited to attend.  

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County Road 215 - Closed to Local Traffic Only


County Road 215 will be closed starting April 12, 2022 from the walking trail to Journey Lane for  approximately 3-4 weeks. Please plan an alternate route to avoid this closure.  Thank you.

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Declaration of Candidacy


Notice is hereby given that the General Municipal Election for the City of Oronogo, Missouri will be held on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 for electing the following: One Mayor (2-year term), Alderman from Ward 1(2-year term) , Ward 2 (2-year term) and Ward 3 (2-year term).

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Comprehensive Plan Committe


The City of Oronogo is getting ready to update their Comprehensive Plan.   We are currently looking for members to serve on the committee. If you would like to be on this committee, please email Mayor Wilkins @

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Leaf Pick-Up


Public Works will be doing leaf pick up sarting November 15, 2021 thru December 15, 2021.  There will be one collection per residence only.  Please email to notify them of your pick up.  Leaves need to be in the ditch or at the curbside, not in the road.

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Sale of Natural September 30, 2021 @ 6:00 pm


Please look under Newsletters for the FAQ's page. 

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Greystone Phase 2 Lots 34-55 PUBLIC HEARING


Public Hearing for Greystone Phase 2 Final Plat approval for lots 34-55 will be held at City Hall on July 20, 2021 @ 6:30 pm at City Hall.

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Utility Shut-Off is the 25th of the Month


Effective January 1, 2020 there will be a $35.00 processing fee on accounts that are not paid by 8 am on the 25th of the month, a $50.00 reconnect fee during normal business hours for meters that have been physically turned off and a $100.00 reconnect fee after hours, weekends or holidays for meters that have been physically turned off.  Time will not allow the City to continue to make courtesy calls reminding you of a potential shut off.

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