Please select the link below to view the City’s 2016 audit.
The City of Moscow Mills, in cooperation with the City of Troy and the Troy Chamber of Commerce, has developed the following informational piece. It is designed to be previewed by developers, investors and other interested parties who might desire moving their business to the area. Questions can be directed to the individuals listed on the flier.
Michael Clynch, Mayor
The City of Moscow Mills is happy and excited to welcome the first residents moving into the new Chestnut Ridge development. Homes in this subdivision were built with the assistance of tax credits provided by the Missouri Housing Development Corporation. When completed it will include 40, three bedroom/two bath homes.
Chestnut Ridge is located next to City Hall on Main Street.
Michael Clynch, Mayor
Please click the link below to view the public hearing notice for setting the Moscow Mills property tax rates.
Public hearings will be held at Moscow Mills City Hall by the Planning and Zoning Commission on August 7, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. and by the Board of Aldermen on August 14, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. regarding proposed changes to the City of Moscow Mills Zoning Code and Subdivision Regulations. Copies of the proposed changes are available at City Hall for inspection.
Please select the link below to view the City’s six month financial statement covering January – June 2017
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June 09, 2017
|Widening and Deck Replacement Planned for U.S. Route 61 Bridge|
|Southbound U.S. Route 61 Bridge over Big Creek in Lincoln County|
|HANNIBAL – The southbound U.S. Route 61 bridge over Big Creek at the Lincoln and St. Charles County line will be widened and have a deck replacement this summer. Construction will begin on Monday, June 19, and the majority of the work will occur overnight.
The bridge replacement project was recently awarded to Millstone Weber of Saint Charles, MO for $1,988,593.30.
“Due to the widening of the bridge, they will keep two lanes of traffic open; however, the width will be restricted and then continue on with the lane closures occurring in the evenings. The evening lane closures will occur from 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday,” explained MoDOT Area Engineer Erik Maninga.
During construction, which is expected to take up to three months, there will be no access to the median crossover John Creech Road, north of the Big Creek Bridge. Also, the southbound turn lane at Dietrich Crossover, south of the Big Creek Bridge, will be closed. Motorists will need to us the US 61/Route U interchange to access these areas.
In the first stage of construction, the outside shoulder will be replaced, and two lanes of traffic will use the rest of the roadway. However, these lanes will be restricted to 10’ 6”. This work will be done during daytime hours.
A lowered speed limit of 40 mph will be in place in the work zone, and additional law enforcement will be patrolling the area as part of the contract. “We expect there to be some impact to traffic during heavy commute times and just ask that drivers be patient, obey all the signs, and don’t be distracted while driving through the work zone for their safety, as well as our workers,” Maninga explained.
Message boards will be set out to alert motorists of the work zone. Other information will be available through local media and online at www.modot.org/northeast. Another way to stay informed about road work in Lincoln County is to subscribe to MoDOT’s free e-update and text alert service, also found online under the Travelers tab.
According to the Lincoln County Fire Protection District, fire hydrants in Moscow Mills will be tested the week of June 12, 2017 to June 16, 2017. Please click the below link for more information.
The City of Moscow Mills is experiencing tremendous growth with large numbers of new homes. Since the Spring of 2015, nearly 200 single family residences have been planned, started or finished. The city now has over 1000 water customers including both residential and commercial clients. Due to this unprecedented growth, the city recently purchased a new city hall to better serve its residents. It is the “original” school building for the city and is at least 105 years old.
The City of Moscow Mills has an exciting future planned. Come be part of this exciting and vibrant community!
Michael Clynch, Mayor