New look for front

office at City Hall

In adversity there is opportunity.

While nearly all of us are at-home due to the COVID-19 challenges and government offices are closed to the public, essential employees are still coming to work.

City of Lake Ozark employees seized the opportunity to do a little in-house work in between their normal workday responsibilities, and at the same time focusing on social distancing recommendations.

The front office at City Hall recently underwent a makeover to better accommodate the public when the offices reopen in the next few weeks, and to improve efficiency within the office.

In the meantime, residents and visitors are reminded that while the offices are closed to the public, essential employees are still available by phone or email from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. to conduct necessary work. Utility and court fine payments can still be made at the drop box outside the front door at 3162 Bagnell Dam Blvd. Appointments can be made if necessary.

Detailed information about the City of Lake Ozark is available at the city’s revamped website ( including its history, the history of the Lake of the Ozarks and updated reports.

The General Municipal Election has been rescheduled from April 7 to Tuesday, June 2, and Lake Ozark has two critical issues on the ballot. Detailed information about those issues can also be found on the website.