Village of Innsbrook, Missouri
The Village of Innsbrook publishes a newsletter
"THE VILLAGE NEWS"
twice a year to keep residents and property owners updated on current happenings in the Village.
If you do not receive a newsletter in the mail and would like to be added to the mailing list or if you would like your name to be deleted from the mailing list contact Carla Ayala, Village Administrator at email@example.com
2017 Fall Newsletter
The next Village of Innsbrook Newsletter will be
in the Spring of 2018
In an effort to increase communication between the Village of Innsbrook and its residents, the Village is in the process of creating a mass email notification system. If you are a resident of the Village of Innsbrook and you choose to participate, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Email List" as the subject. Please state your full name and Innsbrook address (Lot number) in the body of the email along with a list of all email addresses you choose to add to the system. This list is for Village of Innsbrook residents only, and will not be used for commercial purposes.
RESIDENTS OF THE VILLAGE OF INNSBROOK
Are you aware of services that are available from your Village of Innsbrook neighbors?
New Look Carpet Cleaning Company
Family Owned - 20 years experience
Truck Mounted Steam Carpet Cleaning Service
First Fitness Nutrition
Detox and Weight Loss Program
Sandra Rust - Weight Management Specialist
Life Insurance, Tax Deferred Investments, Long Term Care Insurance, Medical/Medicare Insurance Offered by Mark Tulper
Beautiful Life Studio
Specializes in beautiful Wedding Photography beginning at $1,000
Mary Welch - Phone 636-235-6294
To add information about a service that you offer contact the Village Administrator at the Village of Innsbrook email@example.com
Notice to Residents
NOTARY PUBLIC SERVICE
Notary Public Services are offered free of charge
to Village of Innsbrook residents, during regular
Village Hall hours.
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
Are you interested in becoming part of the Village of Innsbrook Team? Become a member of one of the Village's Boards or Commissions
Neighborhood Improvement Program (NIP)
NIP was adopted by the Board of Trustees in 2012 to encourage civic pride, neighborhood safety, environmental sustainability, enhancement and beautification of neighborhoods and promote the interests of the Village of Innsbrook. To qualify three or more residents or a neighborhood association can apply for funds. For more information on the NIP, contact the Village Administrator at 636-745-8844 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
(Reference Innsbrook Ordinance No. 169)
NUMERIC FOR YOUR HOUSE OR CHALET
A matter of minutes could save your life!
Please make sure that the numeric on your house or chalet is visible from the road. It makes it much easier for Emergency Services to find you.
LOST OR FOUND AN ANIMAL?
Radio Station KWRE (730AM) features "Pet Patrol"
6:30 am Monday - Friday
5:35 pm Every Day
Contact the radio station at (636)377-2300 to report your lost or found animal. Their website has a list of lost and found animals in our area. Let's do our part to help reunite these furry family members.
PUBLIC NUISANCE ORDINANCE ADOPTED
The Board of Trustees adopted Ordinance No. 158 on
March 13, 2012 which establishes offenses that shall be deemed public nuisances. This Ordinance was amended on May 15, 2018, with an addition of subsections. If you are subjected to a peace disturbance or property damage, contact the Warren County Sheriffs Department, non emergency line, at (636)456-7088 to file a report with them. However, always call 911 in an emergency situation.
OPEN BURNING PERMIT
Did you know that if you burn
you may need a permit from the Fire Dept?
Mike Owenby of the Warrenton Fire Protection District advised that Open Burn Permits are only required when someone is conducting an Open Burn, meaning it is not contained in a barrel, pit or other similar apparatus. Simply contact the Warren County Dispatcher at the non-emergency number of 636-456-7088 and give them the information. If there is not a burn ban in place you are free to proceed with your burn. Campfires, bonfires and normal fire permits are considered recreational burns and are exempt from the burn permit process but it is still a good idea to inform Dispatch (636-456-7088-non emergency) that you are burning in case Dispatch receives calls reporting a fire.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION WHEN PURCHASING A NEW/USED VEHICLE
Innsbrook residents make sure that your motor vehicle taxes are being credited to the Village of Innsbrook and not Wright City, Warren County or another municipality. This information should be noted on your tax receipt. Thanks to an attentive Innsbrook resident it was discovered that some taxes over the past two years have been incorrectly credited to Warren County or Wright City since we share the same zip code. This resulted in a loss of sales tax revenue for the Village of Innsbrook. The matter has now been corrected.
SALES TAX COLLECTION ON RENTALS
The following is an excerpt from the
December 1, 2009 Board of Trustees Meeting
"A question has arisen as to the rental of private owners of private homes, chalets and condos and whether sales tax is being charged. Chairman Buechele said that in the last few years there have been an increase of chalet and home owners that put their units on the market for rental. When Innsbrook Corporation rents condos sales tax is charged and that is part of the sales tax income that the Village receives. None of the people that privately rent their condos/chalets or homes personally collect or pay sales tax. Trustee Thomsen suggested that information be placed on the website informing rental property owners that the state
has informed us that rentals less than 30 days require the collection of sales tax. Trustee Morris suggested also putting this information in the next Village newsletter all to which the Board was in agreement."
RSMO 144.020.1(6) Imposes a tax on sales or charges for all rooms, meals and drinks furnished at any hotel, motel, tavern, inn, restaurant, eating house, drugstore, dining car, tourist cabin, tourist camp or other places in which rooms, meals or drinks are regularly served to the public.