The City of Moscow Mills is currently accepting bids until March 2, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. for Biosolid Removal. Please click on the below link for more information.
Due to road & weather conditions, Meridian Waste Services is postponing services. The City’s normally scheduled Wednesday pick up will now be on Thursday, February 11th, 2021.
For more than seven years, Officer Jason Graham has served the City of Moscow Mills. At the January Board meeting, he was recognized for his dedication and promoted to Sergeant. He will now be in charge of all nightshift patrol officers in addition to his other duties such as records and evidence.
Sgt. Graham has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems from Lindenwood, is a Crisis Intervention Coordinator, and a certified Counter-Terrorism Officer through the State of Missouri Homeland Security. Graham has also never missed a day of work.
Please select the link below to view the City’s six month financial statement covering July – December 2020.
The City of Moscow Mills would like to ensure all city residents are familiar with the process of shut-off for city utilities. Please read the Utilities Note 12-2020 from Mayor Flannigan.
Residents can earn a one-time $10 credit by signing up for e-billing. This paperless billing method allows you to receive a reminder and pay with a method of your choice. You can sign up online, in person, or calling City of Moscow – 636-356-4220 ext 1.
To sign up, residents must have the account number and pin number. See the example below to locate these numbers on your bill.
Household curbside recycling will be easier for the residents of Moscow Mills. Beginning in 2021, residents will have curbside single-stream recycling. Collections will begin on January 6, 2021.
For participating residents, the current recycling cart will be re-labeled with the new recycling information on Wednesday, December 30 during regular collections. Residents who are ready to opt-in to recycling can contact the City of Moscow Mills to request a recycling cart at (636) 356-4220.
Acceptable for curbside single-stream recycling:
- Plastics (#1 and #2)
- Aluminum & steel cans
- Mixed paper – (newspaper, magazines, junk mail, office paper, etc.)
- Tissue boxes; cereal boxes; other clean fiberboard items, and corrugated cardboard (flattened with tape removed)
- Items must be clean, with non-paper items rinsed.
- Soiled or food-contaminated items (like greasy pizza boxes) should be placed in the non-recyclable garbage.
- Glass and plastic bags, or plastic film, are not acceptable as they are common contaminants in the recycling stream