VILLAGE BULLETIN BOARD
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the general public will not be allowed beyond the entry area of Village Hall to ensure social distancing measures are being practiced. Occupancy will be reduced to one customer at a time. Masks are required inside the building, no exceptions. A sanitizing station will be available upon entry into the building. All individuals must sign in upon entry as well, in order to contact trace if needed. Residents are strongly encouraged to utilize the Village website for needed information, as well as the use of phone or electronic means for communication.
Village Hall will be closed on the following holidays:
New Years Day - First Day of January
Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Third Mon. in January
President’s Day - Third Monday in February
Good Friday - Friday Prior to Easter Sunday
Memorial Day - Last Monday in May
Independence Day - Fourth Day of July (07/05)
Labor Day - First Monday in September
Veterans Day - Eleventh Day of November
Thanksgiving Day - Fourth Thursday in November
Thanksgiving Friday - Friday Following Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Eve - Twenty-fourth Day of December
Christmas Day - Twenty-fifth Day of December
Specified holidays that fall on a Saturday will be observed on the preceding Friday and specified holidays that fall on a Sunday will be observed on the following Monday.
BUSINESS PERMITS NOW REQUIRED
During the April 13, 2021 regular meeting, the Board of Trustees approved the requirement for business permits within the Village with the passage of Ordinance No. 291. Beginning July 1, 2021, all merchants within the Village must first obtain a business permit from the Village Administrator/Clerk. The business permit shall be for the annual permit year (July 1 - June 30), and renewable annually prior to July 1. The fee is $30.00 per application. The application for business permit can be found on the Village Website's Forms/Fees page.
There are not bid requests open at this time. To be added to the Vendor List please fax, or mail, the Vendor Form to Village Hall.
The Village of Innsbrook is an Equal Opportunity Employer, however no employment opportunities are available at this time.
MISSOURI I-70 TOLLING - IMPACT ON
RESOLUTION NO. 2017-1 (Passed April 11, 2017)
OPPOSING THE CONVERSION OF INTERSTATE 70
INTO A TOLL ROAD
1835 Highway F, Innsbrook, Missouri 63390
Village Hall: (636)745-8844 ~ FAX: (636)745-7755
Village Hall Office Hours: Monday - Friday From 8am to 4pm
Village Hall is Closed on Select Holidays
Village of Innsbrook, Missouri
INTERNET INFRASTRUCTURE QUESTION
The Village of Innsbrook would like to hear from our community members. Discussion will be held during the next Board of Trustees meeting regarding internet infrastructure within the Village. Gateway Fiber is requesting support from the Village of Innsbrook to seek grant funding in order to supply fiber optic internet service to our community. This will require the construction of an extensive new fiber optic infrastructure within the community. For more information, including pricing, for Gateway Fiber visit https://www.gatewayfiber.com/ . Please send your comments and/or concerns directed to the Board of Trustees, to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 4:00pm on August 10, 2021.
As a community member of the Village of Innsbrook would you be in support of, or against, fiber optic internet service provided by Gateway Fiber?
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