Waynesville Police Department

  • Agency: Waynesville Police Department
  • Address: 201 North St, Waynesville, 65583 MO
  • Chief: Robert A Carter (Chief of Police)
Phone: 573-774-2414
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Waynesville Police Department is located at 201 North St, Waynesville, 65583 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert A Carter. The Waynesville Police Department phone number is 573-774-2414.

Waynesville Police Department News

EVENT NOTICE and Park Closure Time.

This iPad was found near the soccer field entrance gate, near the Waynesville Animal Shelter. It is password protected. If this belongs to you, or anyone you know please contact the Waynesville Police Department. The correct password will be required in order for the iPad to be released.

REMINDER: HOMECOMING PARADE ROAD CLOSURE Waynesville Homecoming Parade is set for Friday September 29th, 2017. The parade will close down certain roadways in the City of Waynesville. These will be Benton Street and Historic Route 66 up to the Middle School. The Parade is set to begin at approximately 2:30 PM, and last year's Parade lasted around 2 hours. We thank travelers in advance for patience and kindness to workers and participants.

Update to Homecoming street closures. The streets surrounding the park will begin to close at 1:30 PM so that the vehicles and floats in the parade can set up. Historic 66 will be closed down beginning shortly before 2:30 PM for the event itself.

HOMECOMING PARADE ROAD CLOSURE Waynesville Homecoming Parade is set for Friday September 29th, 2017. The parade will close down certain roadways in the City of Waynesville. These will be Benton Street and Historic Route 66 up to the Middle School. The Parade is set to begin at approximately 2:30 PM, and last year's Parade lasted around 2 hours. We thank travelers in advance for patience and kindness to workers and participants.

As the first day of school is August 16, 2017, please be careful and make sure you are parking in designated parking spots only as it could cause a traffic hazard.

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The Waynesville Police Department has recieved multiple reports of cars being broken into at the park and the spring parking lots. Take all of your valuables out of the car and lock all of the doors while away from your vehicle.

Please be safe out there and Happy 4th of July.

Upcoming local event for a good cause. Come out and support Pulaski County COAD – Community Organizations Active in Disaster.

Thank you Tabitha Hundt for the donations for Police Week 2017.

Thank you Chad Harmon and Cassie Springer for the coffee and Dunkin Donuts for Police week.

It is going to be a very nice day to get out and have some fun in the park.

WSR Youth SportsLike Page 5 hrs · Waynesville · Hello! We have some exciting news. We have received conformation to move all of our 3 graders to 8 graders in to the Ozark Baseball League. What this means is that in baseball and softball we will have more teams to play with travel under 50 miles to every field of play. We will still play with Fort Leonard Wood for Coach Pitch and T-Ball this year. That means that all games will be in Waynesville, Saint Robert or on Fort Leonard Wood. This is more convenient for our younger ball players and their parents. In either instance registration is $35.00 for the first child and $33.00 for all additional children. I have attached a flyer to this message for registration details. Tentatively our season will start on June 3, 2017 and will end on July 29, 2017. Our opening ceremony will be in Waynesville this year and will be on June 3, 2017 at 10:00 am. More to follow on this.

We have a set of keys that were found in the road today 03/31/17 around 3pm. Come by the Waynesville Police Department to claim them.

Thank you to Tabitha Hundt from Missouri Behavioral Health Counseling Associates in Rolla, MO for the doughnuts and the support of the department.