The Village of

Wardsville MO

The Village of Wardsville, Missouri is located in Cole County, about 5 miles south of Jefferson City. Its population has doubled in the last 10 years while still maintaining a quaint, small-town country ambiance. This quality, together with Wardsville’s convenient location and excellent schools, make the village an attractive place to live.

Why live in Wardsville

 Wardsville is a town in Missouri with a population of just over 1,800. Wardsville is in Cole County and is one of the best places to live in Missouri.  Living in Wardsville offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. Many families live in Wardsville. Both the private and public schools in Wardsville are highly rated. Small-town living reduces the amount of stress in your life. Smaller towns have less noise and business, and you’ll probably have a very short commute to work.

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Village Information

Get in touch

Email

villageofwardsville@gmail.com

Call us

(573) 635-2625

 

VILLAGE OF WARDSVILLE
RESIDENTIAL CLEAN-UP

WHEN: May 10, 2022

  Spring Clean-Up is for RESIDENTIAL customers only!!

 All customers must be located inside the city limits and abide by the following guidelines:

CLEAN-UP GUIDELINES

  • All items must be set at the curb by 5:00 a.m.
  • All items need to be bagged or bundled so 1 person can easily handle them.
  • All lumber, guttering and other items of length must be tied in bundles and cut in 4 foot lengths so 1 person can easily handle the materials.
  • NO HAZARDOUS WASTE of any kind.
  • NO LIQUID WASTE of any type such as paints, pesticides, oil, etc.
  • NO YARD WASTE such as brush, limbs, grass or leaves.
  • NO CAR PARTS such as tires, motor oil, batteries, etc.
  • NO WHITE GOODS (refrigerators, stoves, hot water heaters, washing machines or dryers)
  • NO CONCRETE or large solid items that could damage our equipment.

 ANY ITEMS IN QUESTION WILL BE LEFT BY THE REPUBLIC SERVICES DRIVER.

 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING THESE GUIDELINES, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT (573) 635-8805.