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Anita Hulsey Hagerman
· May 28, 2017
I want to give a shout out of appreciation to the Desloge street department for doing such a great job on keeping the streets & alleys clean. I have yet to have to put in a request to have my garden d...ebris picked up by them because they have it picked up before I get a chance to call! Thank you for a great job! See More
Lynn Nelson Clayburn
· January 10, 2018
Why have we not had our trash picked up since before Christmas???? RIDICULOUS!!!
Ruthie Williams
· April 16, 2017
I grew up in Esther, now Park Hills and have lived in Bonne Terre and we have lived in Desloge since 2011 and it's a great city. The neighborhood we live in is the best, all the neighbors look out ...for each other. See More
Kerry La Chance
· December 25, 2016
A review? Really? I'm a truck driver, and I was checking in, because I'm home for the holidays with my family. I live here. So, I guess I like it. I'm originally from Farmington. Sales tax is higher h...ere, but the property tax is lower. We need a separate zip code from Park Hills. It gets confusing for the rest of the world. Merry Christmas. See More
Lisa Rawson
· July 11, 2014
I think they need more speed limit signs on chestnut because I am tired of driving what I perceive as the speed limit of 20 and am constantly tailgated......gonna let someone learn how my bumper feels... one day.........I also think that the far east chestnut road stinks since they run our new water lines and I think the street should have been fixed right not fast.......it depends on who you are on the special privileges you receive absolutely ridiculous. See More
Evelyn Redecker Loughary
· May 9, 2015
I think our city workers do a great job. We have the best trash pick up! Park Hills & bonne terre doesn't.
Linda Savage
· April 9, 2015
Thank you to the city workers that took time out of an extremely busy day to make sure the culverts are clear and ready for more rain.
Robin Nichols
· July 26, 2016
I support the city of Desloge during the recent housing upheaval. The city is not being treated fairly by the local media. The city looked out for all its citizens and did the job it was suppose to ...do ! ! Don't let the negativity get to you folks. GREAT JOB DESLOGE ! ! I See More
Carolyn Bullock
· October 30, 2016
I've lived here my whole life, love my home town !
Becki Crawford Gremminger
February 21, 2013
Desloge does a GREAT job of keeping the streets plowed!!
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Today we remember John Cole and Jack Stegall. We thank the Desloge High Alumni. And we remain a blessed and grateful community.
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The Desloge group at the 1st annual The State of St. Francois County Address. Sorry Linda Moore, we had the photo idea after you left. We had a great showing....best city representation in the county!

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Desloge Community Baseball sign up sheets are available. You can come by City Hall to pick them up, go to desloge.com under Parks/Rec and click on Brightwell link (Look for the tab for sign-up or coaches app), or check your child's backpack. We sent fliers to grades K-9 at North County, West County, Central, and Bismarck. We are in need of coaches as well. Coaches applications are located on the back of the flier.

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The Desloge Board of Aldermen heard a presentation by City Administrator Dan Bryan on the proposed construction of a fitness trail when it met in regular session Monday night at
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Monday February 19th is President's Day and City Hall will be closed. The trash route for that day will be picked up on Tuesday the 20th. No other route will be changed.

With the start of a new year, the city of Desloge is already working on plans to improve and enrich the quality of life for its approximately 5,000 residents.
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I enjoyed speaking with the American Government classes at West County High School today. All three classes were very respectful young people and I was happy to talk with them about how local government works.

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Ok, it is official, 1122 North Desloge Drive is going to be the new location for Dollar General. This was the lot across the street from Lix Frozen Custard.

The City of Desloge is accepting applications for the following seasonal part-time positions:
Lifeguards – Duties include monitoring pool activities and assisting patrons, must have current Red Cross certifications. The position reports to the Pool Supervisor. Starting wage is $8.35 per hour.
Pool Concessions – Duties include sale of concessions and collecting payment for same. The position reports to the Pool Supervisor. Starting wage is $8.05 per hour.
Umpires – Duties include officiating games for Desloge Community Baseball. The position reports to the League Manager. Position pays $25 per game.
Interested applicants should pick-up and return an application for employment to Desloge City Hall, 300 North Lincoln Street. Applications are also available at www.desloge.com. Applications are due by 3/30/2018 at 4pm. EOE.

Request for Bids

The City of Desloge is accepting bids for the management and operation of Brightwell Park Concessions for the 2018 and 2019 baseball seasons. Bids will be accepted at Desloge City Hall, 300 North Lincoln Street until 3/2/18 at 4pm.

The work generally consists of the operation of the concession stand by purchasing and vending concession items and clean-up of the concession stand and trash located at Brightwell Park for two (2) operating seasons, generally May... through July.

Copies of bidding packets consisting of an application, concession stand information and contact documents may be obtained at Desloge City Hall. The City of Desloge reserves the right to reject any and/or all bidders. Final award of the contract is subject to the approval of the Board of Aldermen.

For more information, contact City Administrator Dan Bryan at 573-431-3700.

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The cinnamon roll love in Desloge is unreal! Fresh batch comin up in 15 🤗

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We know how to make this beautiful morning even better.

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There’s been an adjustment with our hours - press play to find out 😉

At this time we can no longer place glass in the stream of recycle. We are searching for an alternative to collect the glass again in the near future. Sorry for the inconvenience, and thanks for your patience.

The City of Desloge is accepting applications for the following seasonal part-time position:
Assistant Manager, Desloge Community Baseball (DCB) - duties include: forming teams, create game schedules, create umpire schedules, organizing uniform orders, hire umpires, establish coaches, schedule coaches meetings, umpire meetings, collect umpire pay cards, resolve issues surrounding players, umpires, coaches, parents, and fans, inventory and issue gear to teams. Game days (Tuesd...ay and Thursday evenings) mark fields for play and close complex. These are shared duties along with the League Manager.
Assistant Manager would report directly to the League Manager, which is overseen by the City Administrator.
Work would begin approximately April 1st and end July 31st
Interested applicants should pick-up and return an application for employment to Desloge City Hall, 300 North Lincoln Street (573) 431-3700. Applications are also available at www.desloge.com. Resumes are accepted, but will not substitute for the required application. All applications are due by 1/31/2018 at 4pm. EOE.

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Reminder:Tree pruning class hosted by the Missouri Department of Conservation, January 23rd from 1-3 pm. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend (free of charge). 1-2 pm class in City Hall, 2-3 pm move to Desloge City Park.