Village of Innsbrook, Missouri
HISTORY OF THE VILLAGE OF INNSBROOK
On July 21, 1998 the Village of Innsbrook was officially incorporated to protect the area in which we live, work and play.
The first two years of the Village were dedicated to setting up Ordinances that allow the Village to be a municipality.
The next three and a half years were dedicated to focus groups and the development of a Comprehensive Plan. These focus groups included over 500 Village Residents as well as focus groups for property owners of recreational property within the Village.
After the focus groups it took another year and a half to finalize and implement the Comprehensive Plan through various Public Hearings.
When the Village incorporated it adopted Warren County’s Zoning Order to use in the interim while a Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Order could be designed for the Village of Innsbrook.
Through the years the Village has made amendments to the Zoning Order to meet the Challenges of the Village.The Village Planning and Zoning Commission, with input from Village residents, have written a Zoning Order tailored to the Comprehensive Plan. The Zoning Order was adopted by the Board of Trustees in January, 2009 with the most current amendments adopted in February 2017.
The Village of Innsbrook Budget Year runs July 1st through June 30th.
Per State Statute 80.210 RSMo a statement of all monies received and expended shall be published semiannually.
State law requires the Village to file a financial report with the State Auditor's Office each year under Section 105.145, RSMo, and 15 CSR 40-3.030.
2010 CENSUS DATA
Village Limits Map - 02/2017
Fire District Map
School District Map
Sales Tax Rate 0.875
Real Estate Tax Rate
per $100 assessed valuation 0.1272
Personal Property Tax Rate
per $100 assessed valuation 0.00
Within the Village of Innsbrook boundaries is the beautiful Innsbrook Resort.
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