Lincoln County Health Department Order for Limitations of Private & Public Gatherings of more than (10) Individuals and Restrictions on Activities - March 26, 2020

Section One: Social Gatherings of More Than Ten (10) People.   In accordance with the guid... [more...]

City Hall Closing to public - March 25, 2020

Starting March 26th 2020 until further notice, Elsberry City Hall will be closed to the public du... [more...]


City of Elsberry... A Place to Call Home!

In the City of Elsberry, we are defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values our residents hold dear. Small town values, guided growth, preservation of historical, cultural, and natural heritage are just a few of the core principles that make the City of Elsberry a wonderful place to call home. 

To Access The 2018 Consumer Confidence Report click here...



With the potential for flooding this spring, FEMA has asked various municipalities in Missouri to educate their residents on their National Flood Insurance Program.  Hard copies are also available at City Hall with the city clerk, Sue Hogarth. 

For information on Flood Insurance Policy Guidelines , click here...

For information on Flood Insurance Claim Process, click here...





Upcoming Events

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Municipal Court


Municipal Court for March 16th was cancelled due to concerns with the Coronavirus.  The next court date will be on Monday April 20th, 2020.  Thank you!

Planning & Zoning Committee Meeting


The Planning & Zoning Committee Meeting has been postponed until Monday 4/27/20 due to concerns with the Coronavirus.  

Recent News

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City Wide Yard Waste Pickup


Mark your Calendars for the City Wide Yard Waste Pick-up May 5th 2020!  Items need to be outside by 6AM. 

Thank you!

Suspension of Late Fees & Disconnection on Utilities until Further Notice


Following the temporary closure of school districts and other businesses in the Lincoln and St. Charles County areas, it is inevitable that family incomes will be impacted.  Unfortunately, for some families, this may mean difficulty keeping up with the...

Update Letter from Steve Wilch, Mayor of Elsberry on the Coronavirus


Dear Elsberry Residents & Business Owners,

I wanted to update everyone regarding the ongoing concerns with the Coronavirus situation.   We are not under martial law and City Hall will remain open until we are mandated otherwise by the state and/or county...