Voting in Lake Ozark involves two counties – Miller County and Camden County. Residents who live in Miller County vote at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, 755 Bagnell Dam Blvd. Camden County residents who live within the Lake Ozark city limits vote at Lodge of Four Seasons Exhibition Hall, 315 Four Seasons Dr.
You can register at City Hall, 3162 Bagnell Dam Blvd., at the Miller County Clerk’s office is Tuscumbia or the Camden County Clerk’s office in Camdenton.
City of Lake Ozark residents can pay at the City Hall, 3162 Bagnell Dam Blvd., or they can pay online at www.cityoflakeozark.net.
Ameren Missouri is the electric supplier for Lake Ozark residents.
For the protection of the builder and the property owner, builders are required to be properly bonded and must have a contractor’s license before they can begin a project. The licenses are issued at City Hall, 3162 Bagnell Dam Blvd.
Recycling of certain items is free to City of Lake Ozark residents after the board of aldermen voted (March 9, 2021) to provide a $5,000 subsidy to Laclede Industries which operates Waste Watchers recycling on Valley Road. Waste Watchers is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays at 43 Valley Rd. Residents must provide proof of residency with a current utility statement or with a card available at City Hall. There is a small fee for non-residents. For complete details, click on https://www.lacledeindustries.com/recycling.
Aldermen meet twice a month, the second and fourth Tuesdays, at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 3162 Bagnall Dam Blvd. Meetings are open to the public. If any member of the public requires a specific accommodation as addressed by the American With Disabilities Act (ADA), please contact the City Clerk's office 48 hours in advance of the meeting at 573-365-5378.
No. County Clerks in the county where you wish to be married handle marriage licenses.
The parking lot is video monitored and adjacent to the Lake Ozark Police Department. Anyone who wants a safe and secure location for a Craigslist, Garage Sale or Internet sale or purchase can do so in the parking lot. Also, anyone who wants a neutral site to exchange children between divorced or separated families can do so at the City Hall.
The city has developed a “Give A Book, Take A Book” free book exchange.
Residents and visitors are encouraged to donate their used (or new) books at two locations at City Hall – one at the exchange pedestal in front of City Hall, and one inside the front office. There are books for all ages. Enjoy!
No. The Lake Ozark city limits stops about 100 yards down Horseshoe Bend Parkway, near the entrance to the former Blue Heron Restaurant. Beyond that, Horseshoe Bend residents either live in Camden County of the Village of Four Seasons.
No. The dam is actually in Miller County. The city limits ends about 50 yards before Bagnell Dam. The road over the dam is under the management of MoDOT. The Lake Ozark Police Department and the Miller County Sheriff’s Department have a mutual aid agreement, although the MCSD actually has jurisdiction over the road.
Yes, but with some restrictions. The board of aldermen changed the rules in November 2019 to allow golf carts on some city streets. A committee was formed to study the issue after several requests were made to the city for limited operation of golf carts.
Cost is $30.
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