ROUTE 66 Website (underway)
STREET RESURFACING JULY 2017
New Trash Service:
Our current trash hauler, Meridian Services (formerly Christian Disposal), will be servicing the City of Shrewsbury through May 31, 2017. They will be removing their old trash containers.
If, for any reason, the old containers are not picked up, our new trash hauler will be graciously removing them, either way the old containers will be removed for you.
The new trash hauler for the City of Shrewsbury is called: Waste Management. If you need a container, or need to setup an account, please call: 800-964-8988 (M-F, 7 AM - 5 PM, Central Time). Please click the message header, above, for more details. Thank you!
The New PickUp Schedule is Monday and Thursday - click here for the map.
Click here for the memorandum from Director Jonathan Greever detailing the transitional week, May 29 - June 2, 2017
Holiday Schedule (2017)
Solid Waste Container Photo (64 gallon)
Recycling Container Photo (64 gallon)
Acceptable List of items for Single Stream Recycling and for Bulky Trash
Wehner Park Festival Area Playground Improvements Documents:
Road work is presently
underway on Kenrick Manor Drive. Since one lane of that road is open, residents who live on Kenrick Manor Court must - temporarily - travel from Laclede Station Road to Chapelford Lane
and circle around to Somerworth Ct, then travel west bound on Kenrick Manor to turn into Kenrick Manor Court. Please see the diagram, by clicking the header of this message.
The City of Shrewsbury is currently engaged in a Historic Route 66 Corridor Revitalization Project. This project encompasses the section of Historic Route 66 Roadway that is located within the Cities of Shrewsbury, Webster Groves, Marlborough, Crestwood and Sunset Hills.
This project kicks off with the installation of the Route 66 Photo Deck, located at a point adjacent to the intersection of the BNSF Railway and the Historical Corridor (at the Center of Kenrick Commercial District). The City of Shrewsbury will be involved in other activities and projects related to the Route 66 Corridor in the coming years. Throughout this timeframe, the City will keep the community apprised of its activities.
If you are interested in learning more about Historic Route 66, and its role specific to the State of Missouri, please visit the Route 66 Association of Missouri’s official website, at http://missouri66.org/.
Jonathan Greever – Director of Administration