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Reminder – Yard Waste pickup will be starting back up Friday, April 3rd and will continue on the FIRST and THIRD Friday of each month. Although we do not require limbs to be placed in bags/boxes, we do ask that you bag up any and all leaves.

Attention! All flowers and containers that you want to keep, need to be removed from Walnut Grove Cemetery before April 1. They can be replaced on or after May 10th. Starting this year, there will be a second date for flower clean up. Clean up will be the week of Labor Day. Replacement can be anytime thereafter. Thank you, City of Paris
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Paris, MissouriNov 16, 2020 @ 10:24pm

We have a new dog in the pound. If this young male beagle belongs to you, please call the City Office at (660) 327-4334. The pup will be available for adoption on November 25th. Please share the post so we can find the dog's owner.

Paris, Missouri
Paris, MissouriNov 10, 2020 @ 9:55pm
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Paris, MissouriNov 10, 2020 @ 4:04pm

With the help from the City of Paris Industrial Development Authority Board, the Water and Sewer Department now have a reliable truck to drive. The IDA Board went out for a grant and low interest loan from USDA/RD and were successful in doing so. The loan will cover the percentage that the grant won't cover. The IDA Board consists of Pam Reinhard, Erin Gruber, Nancy Bierly, Steve Jones and Carol Hall (Not pictured). The truck was delivered on October 27, 2020.

Paris, Missouri
Paris, MissouriOct 27, 2020 @ 7:10pm

The City wants to thank everyone for the positive feedback on the Fall Banners. The compliments were greatly appreciated! We would also like to give a shout out to the Senior Class of 2020 for donating the brackets that were purchased for the Senior Banners.

Paris, Missouri
Paris, MissouriOct 15, 2020 @ 9:31pm

Better late than never, right? When you drive by City Hall, be sure to check out our "scarecrow" crawling out of the man hole!

You will also find other "scarecrows" around town at local businesses.

Paris, Missouri
Paris, MissouriOct 14, 2020 @ 8:07pm

Downtown now has beautiful Fall banners to match the turning of trees. This was all made possible by the Economic Sales Tax Board which is made up of Courtney Jones, Chuck Herron, Jody Hartgrove, Jamie Ebbesmeyer and Kent Thomas.

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