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Waynesville Municipal Center / City Hall (573)  774-6171
Waynesville City Utilities (573)  774-5217
Waynesville Police Department (573)  774-2414
Waynesville Building Department (573)  774-6009
Waynesville Municipal Court (573)  774-6158
Animal Shelter (573)  774-6509
Waynesville Fire Department (573)  774-5449
Pulaski County Sheriff's Department (573)  774-6196
Pulaski County Collector (573)  774-4711
Pulaski County Circuit Court (573)  774-4755
U.S. Post Office (573)  774-6752
Dept of Motor Vehicles (573)  774-8400
Driver's Testing (573)  451-2000 ext 1134

 

Burn Permits  Burning is permissible within the City limits with a “Burn Permit”, call the Waynesville Fire Department at (573) 774-5449.

 

Tax Information  Taxes are now done by Pulaski County Collector and can be reached at (573) 774-4711.

 

 

 
     
 


The City of Waynesville, Missouri, is located in Pulaski County, Missouri, and is home to Fort Leonard Wood.  Historic Route 66 winds its way through downtown Waynesville, and the area near the Roubidoux Spring in Waynesville's Laughlin Park was used as a Cherokee encampment during the 1837-1839 Trail of Tears march.