City of Lake Ozark, MO   •   3162 Bagnell Dam Blvd.   •   573-365-5378 

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Welcome to

City Of Lake Ozark

Where the Lake Begins

The city of Lake Ozark is a breathtakingly beautiful and rapidly growing community of 1,800 full-time residents located at the gateway to the Lake of the Ozarks. From area retail shopping, to a new movie theater, or a relaxing day on the lake, Lake Ozark is a vacationing paradise that has something for everyone.  

If you are here to enjoy the water, check out the many boat and personal watercraft rental businesses -- the lake has it all. The historic Bagnell Dam Strip -- aka “The Strip” to most -- is where you will find activities for the family and a variety of dining and entertainment options.
But there’s more to Lake Ozark than The Strip. 

A growing shopping center at The Shoppes at Eagles Landing offers a balanced option for residents and visitors; several fine dining restaurants raise the bar for those with a refined palate; a nationally renowned golf course and residential development are nestled along the Osage River; and there are plans afoot to continue to expand the residential, commercial and industrial bases.

And our history runs deep.

The city of Lake Ozark has an eye to the future, while never ignoring its roots. 

Who we are...

What's New...

•Meet and Greet Myron Cotten

•City considers four-year terms for aldermen

•Meet and Greet Lee Hunter

•Some nightly rentals unauthorized

•Here's some info on nightly rentals

Golf carts okay, but there are rules

LOPD feeling impact of unrest, COVID

•Keeping our water safe to drink

•Update from Miller County Health Center

•City officials monitoring COVID

Ballenger Road residents state their case -- again

•Pay your utility and court fines online

•Be counted in Census to benefit your community

Harrison Fry joins city administration staff

•Meet and Greet Rob Pemberton

•CrossFit facility is concern of neighbors

•City Attorney explains zoning regulations

Hot Summer Nights is Friday

Door-to-door Census taking begins in August

•Lake Ozark lags in Census response

•Reminder: Golf carts okay in Lake Ozark

Utility relocation project is part of U.S. 54 interchange