Village of Innsbrook, Missouri

About Innsbrook

HISTORY OF THE VILLAGE OF INNSBROOK

The Village of Innsbrook, Missouri, located in Warren County, has a rich history that dates back to the early 20th century.

The area where Innsbrook now stands was originally inhabited by Native American tribes, primarily the Osage and Missouri tribes. European settlement began in the early 19th century as pioneers moved westward into Missouri.


The Village of Innsbrook, Missouri, was incorporated as a municipality on July 21, 1998. However, the history of its incorporation dates back to the early development of the community in the 1970s.

Innsbrook Estates was originally established in 1971 as a private, residential and recreational resort community. The development was planned and executed by a group of investors and developers who envisioned creating a retreat-like environment for people seeking refuge from urban life. The area's natural beauty, including lakes, forests, and rolling hills, was a significant draw for those looking to build vacation homes or retire to a serene setting.

As Innsbrook Estates grew in popularity and population over the years, there was a growing need for local governance and municipal services to support the community's residents. This led to discussions among residents and property owners about the possibility of incorporating as a municipality.

After years of planning and deliberation, the residents of Innsbrook petitioned Warren County to incorporate as a Village. The request was accompanied by 244 signatures, about 90 percent of the Village population. The Warren County Commission approved Innsbrook's incorporation request on July 21, 1998. This decision allowed the community to establish its own local municipality, governed by a five member Board of Trustees, to oversee municipal services, infrastructure maintenance, and community development.


Encompassing more than 6,000 acres, the Village of Innsbrook is the largest Municipality in Warren County. The Village includes Innsbrook Estates a private gated community with over 5,000 acres.

Since its incorporation, the Village of Innsbrook has continued to evolve and thrive as a unique residential and recreational destination in Missouri. Its status as a municipality provides residents with a greater degree of local control and representation, ensuring that the community's needs and interests are addressed effectively.


Today, the Village of Innsbrook continues to thrive as a premier destination for relaxation, outdoor recreation, and community living. Its scenic beauty, recreational amenities, and commitment to environmental stewardship make it a unique and desirable place to live or visit in Missouri.



INNSBROOK ESTATES RESORT



Located within the Village of Innsbrook municipal boundaries, is the beautiful Innsbrook Estates Resort. Visit their website at
http://www.innsbrook-resort.com/
to learn more.



LOCAL PHONE NUMBERS

EMERGENCY SERVICES
Any Emergency..........................................911
Warren County Non-Emergency
   Dispatch......................................636-456-7088
Police Department
   Wright City.................................. 636-745-3541
   Warrenton.................................. 636-456-4394
Fire Protection District
   Wright City...................................636-745-2262
   Warrenton Station 1....................636-456-8935
Ambulance District
   Wright City..................................636-745-2462
   Warrenton....................................636-456-8413

CITY OFFICES
Village of Innsbrook.................636-745-8844
City of Wright City.....................636-745-3101
City of Truesdale.......................636-456-3166
City of Warrenton.....................636-456-3535
POST OFFICES
Wright City.................................636-745-3513
Warrenton.................................636-456-3324
UTILITIES
Missouri One Call..........800-344-7483 or 811
Electricity
   Ameren Missouri.........................800-552-7583
   Cuivre River Electric...................800-392-3709
Phone/Internet
   CenturyLink.................................800-201-4099
Trash/Recycling
   Inside Resort.....................636-928-3366 x9163
   Grace Hauling.............................636-398-8060
   Meridian Waste..............................314-291-3131
   On The Go Hauling.....................636-828-5929 
Water
   St. Charles Water Dist #2.............636-561-3737
   Montgomery Water......................636-456-8227




BUDGETS
The Village's Fiscal Year is
July 1 through June 30
2021-2022 Budget[Ord. 295]

2021-2022 Amended Budget[Ord. 309]

2022-2023 Budget[Ord. 310]

2022-2023 Amended Budget [Ord. 326]

2023-2024 Budget [Ord. 327] Budget Message



FINANCIAL REPORTS
Per State Statute 80.210 RSMo a statement of all monies received and expended shall be published semiannually.

January 1 - June 30, 2023 Financial Statement

July 1 - December 31, 2023 Financial Statement


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.

2019-2020 Financial Report (Audited)

2020-2021 Financial Report (Unaudited)

2021-2022 Financial Report (Unaudited)

2022-2023 Financial Report (Audited)



US CENSUS BUREAU DATA




WATER QUALITY REPORTS

2022 St. Charles County PWSD #2 Report



MAPS

Location Map
Zoning Map(Updated 12/2023)

Village Limits Map(Updated 12/2023)
         Fire District Map       
School District Map


TAX RATES

Jurisdiction Name
Sales Tax Rate
Use Tax Rate
Food Sales Tax
Food Use Tax
MFG Exempt Rate
Missouri
4.225%
4.225%
1.225%
1.225%
0.000%

Warren Co.

2.500%
2.000%
2.500%
2.000%
0.000%
Innsbrook Village
0.875%
0.000%
0.875%
0.000%
0.000%
Cumulative Tax Rate
7.600%
6.225%
4.600%
3.225%
0.000%

 Updated 06/2023


Real Estate Tax Rate/$100 assessed valuation    0.1238
Personal Property Tax Rate/$100 assessed valuation  0.000


The Village of Innsbrook does not collect a Utility Tax on electricity, gas, water, cable, telephone, etc.