The City of Owensville has started effective August 5, 2019 to require All Home Occupancy permits either owned or leased properties.
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The City of Owensville has adopted ordinances to control orderly growth with the city limits. All electric, plumbing and general contruction require a building permit. Any building being erected, converted, enlarged, reconstructed, moved or structurally altered must meet these requirements. Those who are planning any such work should contact the Building Code Official in advance to construction.
Control is also exercised upon the location of any structure wintin the boundary lines of the said lot.
The owner of the animal is required to properly restain their pets. Any dog/cat found running at large may be impounded at the owner's expense. A durable rabies tag should be securely attached to the collar of your pet whenever outdoors.
If your pet is missing contact the Animal pound at 573-437-3422.
Contact City Hall to reserve a park pavilion at 573-437-2812 If not rental and paid - then they are first come first serve
Pavilion No 1 (McCan Drive) $100 Kitchen (memorial Park) $50 with a $50 deposit, refunded if cleaned to satisfaction
Pavilion No 2 (McCan Dr) $75 Gazebo (Buschman Park) $35
Pavilion No 3 (Walking Trail) $50 Pavilion No 4 (Walking Trail) $45
Pavilion No 5 (Golf Course) FREE Pavilion No 6 (Pool) $45
Pavilion No 7 (Winter) $45 Pavilion No 8 (Above Lions Field) FREE
Pavilion No 9 (Lion's Field) $50 Pavilion No 10 (Luster ) $35
Pavilion No 11 (Buschman/3rd) $35 Pavilion No 12 (Buschman/4th) $35
Department of Revenue 573-437-4182
Post Office 573-437-2332
Senior Center 573-437-3096
Helping Hands 573-437-8880
Dog Pound 573-437-3422
Assessor Office 573-486-3100
Circuit Judge Office 573-486-2631
Associate Court Office 573-486-2321
County Clerks Office 573-486-5427
Tax Collector Office 573-486-2711
Sheriff's Office 573-486-3880
To sign up for water and sewer service you need to stop by City Hall and complete a small amount of paperwork and provide your social secuirty card. A $100 meter deposit is needed to turn on the water, homeowners are excluded from the deposit.
For more information you can call ahead at 573-437-2812.
For the latest information concerning COVID-19, please use the following links.
The City Hall lobby is open to the public. But if you wish you can continue to make utility payments by calling in with credit/debit card, use the dop box or mail in the payments.
The park system is open as well as the Waterpark.