Nestled in the heart of Lincoln County and just 60 minutes from St. Louis, Troy offers a balance of rural charm and suburban convenience. Troy boasts a wide range of housing and has unique shops in its historic Main Street district. Troy’s picturesque parks system features walking trails, ball fields, acres of grassy picnic area, a duck pond, a skate park, and rentable pavilion space. Whether you’re planning a trip or relocating to this progressive town with a rural backdrop, you’ll find information about city amenities and services here.

 

 

 

Use Tax Voter Information
On April 7, 2020, Troy voters will vote on a local use tax. Please click here for more information.
Election Candidates for April 7, 2020 Municipal Election
Notice of Resignation of Mayor Mark Cross
Mayor Mark Cross announced his resignation as Mayor of the City of Troy on Tuesday, January 14, 2020. Please click here for the official letter.
Electronic Recycling Event
The City of Troy will be hosting an electronic recycling event on March 28, 2020. The time will be from 9 am -12 pm at City Hall. Most electronics are accepted; some with a charge.
Fees:

*CRT TVs 26″ and smaller will cost $30.00 each.
*CRT TVs 27″ and larger will cost $50.00 each.
*Console/DLP/Rear Projection TVs will cost $50.00 each.
*LED/LCD/Plasma TVs will cost $20.00 each.
*CRT monitors will cost $5.00 each.
*Any Freon containing device will cost $10.00 each.

Only Cash and Checks will be accepted. Click here for more information.

Recycling Changes
Meridian Waste is proud to continue to be your environmental services provider. Enhanced dual-stream recycling in Troy begins on December 9 utilizing a second recycling cart for your Fiber materials. The deadline to opt-in, or opt-out, of the FIBER cart is November 15. Please visit this link to choose the option to best suit your needs: Pick My Cart. By opting-in, you will now have two recycling carts. Your RIGIDS for Aluminum, tin & steel cans, clear, colorful (non-black) plastics #1, 2, 3, 5 & 7. And FIBER for cardboard and mixed paper. FIBER carts will be delivered November 25 – December 7. For more information, click on the infographics.

** NEW recycling customers can sign up for service by visiting Troy City Hall located at 800 Cap Au Gris St, Troy, MO 63379 or calling 636-462-7611**.

Recycling Calendar
Here is the recycling calendar for RIGIDS and FIBER recycling. They will be on an every other week rotation. Click here for for the calendar.
Dog Tag Registration Requirement
DogAll residents of the City of Troy are required, under ordinance 205.110, to have their dogs properly licensed. Click here for more information regarding this ordinance.
Pay by Phone Option
The City of Troy is now accepting payments for utility bills through an automated system. You will need to have your account number and credit card (Visa or MasterCard) handy when placing the call. Please see below, or give us a call at 636-462-7611 for more information.

As a reminder, here are the other ways you are able to pay your utility bill:

*Cash
*Check or Money Order
*Credit (Visa or MasterCard only)
*Online at www.cityoftroymissouri.com
*Direct Pay (if you have additional questions, please contact us)

High Water Usage
Do you think you have high water usage? Click here for some tips to check around your house.
Online Utility Billing
See the attached document for information regarding setting up an online utility account. Contact the water department at 636-462-7611 with any questions. Click Here
From the Mayor’s Desk…
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January 2020

The Board of Alderman met on December 16, 2019 and took the following action:

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Prior to the regular meeting there was a public hearing for three items:

One, for consideration of a petition of establish the Front Street Community Improvement District. This item was tabled until the board meeting in January.

Two, Monte Cannon, applicant on behalf of property owner Cannon Builders, is requesting approval of rezoning from “R-1” Single Family residential District to “R-1 PD” Single Family Residential District Planned Development, for Stonebridge Plat 3 located in Stonebridge Subdivision. No one spoke in opposition.

Three, Derek and Shauna Rose, applicants, are requesting Rezoning from “R-3” Multiple Family Residential District to “C-1” Central Business District, for the properties located at 410 West Cherry Street, and the adjoining lot at West Wood Street, Troy, MO 63379. No one spoke in opposition.

Bill No. 1312 was proposed as an ordinance declaring the need to acquire easements for the force main sewer improvement, authorizing acquisition by negotiation or, if necessary, by condemnation, authorizing the mayor to obtain and execute all instruments necessary for acquisition of such land, and fixing the time when this ordinance shall become effective. The bill was passed as an ordinance with a 6-0 vote.

Bill No. 1313 was proposed as an ordinance imposing a Use Tax for general revenue purposes at the rate of two percent (2%) for the purpose of storing, using or consuming within the city any article of tangible personal property pursuant to the authority granted by and subject to the provisions of sections 144.600 through 144.761 RSMO; providing for the use tax to be repealed, reduced or raised in the same amount as any city sales tax is repealed, reduced or raised; and providing for submission of the proposal to the qualified voters of the city for their approval at the municipal election called and to be held in the city on Tuesday April 7, 2020. The ordinance was passed to put the Use Tax proposal on the April ballot by a 6-0 vote.

Under New Business;

The board approved the request by Monte Cannon on behalf of Cannon Builders for Rezoning from “R-1” Single Family Residential District to “R-1PD” Single Family Residential District Planned Development for Stonebridge Plat 3 of Stonebridge Subdivision as recommended by Planning & Zoning Commission.

Approved a request by the Lincoln County Historical Society for the Annual Cemetery Tour on Thursday, June 4, 2020 with a rain date of Thursday, June 11, 2020 coordinated with City of Troy Cemetery Sexton Brian Lourance.

Approved a liquor license for Babylon Bar & Grill, 180 Main Street.

Approved FY 2019 Audited Financial Statements.

Approved request by Derek and Shauna Rose, applicants, for rezoning from “R-3” Multiple Family Residential District to “C-1” Central Business District, for the properties located at 410 West Cherry Street, and the adjoining lot at West Wood Street, Troy, MO 63379.

In the Police Department, Detective Tony Stewart completed training from the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (LEEDA) for Media and Public Relations. The Medial and Public Relations course is a 4 ½ day intense curriculum developed to assist law enforcement in communication with not only the media, but the communities they serve.

Officer Stephen Dyer has been promoted to Sergeant on Lt. Walker’s rotation. Congratulations to Sergeant Dyer and good luck in your new position.

The Troy Police Department has completed firearms training in low light scenarios. This training is provided by Lt. Tienter. All officers were required to meet a minimum qualification score for duty handguns, shotguns, and patrol rifles in low light situations. All officers passed the course, being daytime, nighttime (low light), and tactical. With the completion of this training all officers with the Troy PD have successfully completed all the required training in specific core areas for the year 2019.

In Public Works, pothole patching and full depth repairs are continuing. Joint/Crack sealing has been completed in Wingate and has begun in Stonebridge subdivisions. Storm sewer maintenance is ongoing, mainly with keeping catch basins open to the water flows freely when it rains or snow melts thereby preventing or minimizing flooding.

In the Water Department we pumped 32,262,000 gallons during the month of November with a daily maximum of 1,321,000 gallons on November 21st.

In the wastewater Treatment Department, we are currently soliciting bids to farm the ground around the SEWWTP bids are due by 1pm on Tuesday January 14th. All samples were collected for the month, analyzed, and test results sent through an eDMR to the State of Missouri. No samples for the month of November were out of compliance.

Sales Tax deposits for December of 2019 were 4.56% more than deposit for December of 2018. The 1% Local Sales Tax was 4.48% more, the ½% Transportation Tax was 4.81% more and the ½% Capital Improvement’s Tax was 4.49% more than December of 2018. December’s deposits would be for October’s collections. At the half-year point for the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year, our sales tax receipts are up by 3.58% as compared to the same period in FY2019. The FY2019 audited financial statements were approved at the meeting. These financial statements were provided to the Missouri State Auditor’s office, our bond trustee and posted to EMMA by the December 27, 2019 deadline. All statistical information was provided to Gilmore and Bell to complete our annual Continuing Disclosure, which needed to be posted no later than December 27th.

The Building Department issued seven permits for new housing starts in December. For the first six months of the current fiscal year the City has issued forty-five (45) permits for new housing starts with a total valuation of $5,856,464.00.

Parks Department, the new slide for Weinand Park has been delivered and should be installed soon. After a long delay with the road and parking lot at Kiwanis Park, the asphalt is complete. Because of the delay, construction has all but stopped for the winter. Water and electric lines will be the next to be installed, followed by playground equipment and safety surfacing. Finally, finish grading, grass seed, sod and fencing will go in. The City is currently seeking design bids for the restroom project. Finally, an additional grant has been secured to put in a walking trail that will be approximately 3/4 of a mile in length.

The Mennemeyer Road reconstruction project is out for bid. All bids must be submitted by 2pm on January 21, 2020. At that time all bids will be opened and read aloud.

By the time you read this Mayor’s Message I will have resigned as your Mayor. During 2019 I had a series of health issues that I dealt with and looking ahead it doesn’t appear that is going to change. Because of that, I need to take a step back and do what is best for my wife and myself. It has been an honor to serve as your Mayor for the last ten years. It was an opportunity that I never imagined for myself and I am appreciative of the faith so many of you had in me. I know that the right person will step up and take over the reins of leadership and move Troy into the future. I want to thank all my Department heads for teaching me what I needed to know to do this job. It has been a pleasure to work with all the Alderman that have served during my tenure, and I wish the current Board of Alderman success as they continue to guide the City.

Finally, I want to thank God for putting me in this position and I hope that I fulfilled his plan for me while I was here. I know that he has more for me to do and will reveal that to me when he knows I am ready. I wish you all the best and God bless you all.

Sincerely,

Mark

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NIXLE NixleAdforLicenseBureau Over the past several years, Lincoln County has faced floods, fires, missing children, boil orders, automobile accidents and flu outbreaks, and the new system, Nixle, will help residents stay informed, officials say. Nixle allows emergency service agencies to send emergency alerts, advisories and community messages to everyone in the county database. The emergency service agencies include Lincoln County Emergency Management, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Lincoln County Fire Protection District #1, Lincoln County Health Department, and the City of Troy. Residents can sign up to get the alerts for free at www.nixle.com or by texting their Zip code to 888777. They can also download the free iPhone Nixle app. Resident can select whether they want to receive texts, emails or phone messages.
Park Dedication Project

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The City of Troy is dedicated to lasting community improvements, you can participate by dedicating amenities to your favorite park.

Click here for complete form.

ATM Location

ATM For your convenience, there is an ATM located in the lobby of City Hall at 800 Cap Au Gris. Whether you need money to pay your court fines, your water bill, or just need a little cash in your pocket, come in and use our accessible ATM. Our lobby hours are 7:00 am – 4:30 pm Monday thru Friday.

Consumer Confidence Report
Troy’s 2018 Annual Water Quality Report click here to see report.
Sanitation & Recycling Schedule
Meridian Logo The Troy Board of Alderman have entered into an agreement with Meridian Waste Solutions (formally Christian Environmental Services) to provide solid waste, recycling and yard waste collection for the residents of Troy. The routing will be implemented and the City will be divided out into four sections and trash, recycle and yard waste will be picked up on the same day in each quadrant. The contract started July 1, 2017. Click here for Meridian’s website and here for the new Sanitation & Recycling Schedule.

 

Click here for The Recycling & Waste Management Guide

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