City Services

Brunswick City Hall

Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday
115 W. Broadway Brunswick, MO 65236
City Collector: 660-548-3028
Mayor’s Office: 660-548-3048
Police Department: 660-548-3491
Recycling: 660-548-3028
Street and Sewage Dept.: 660-548-3028
Water and Trash Removal: 660-548-3028

City Hall Administration

Joe Moser, Mayor
Joni Deweese, City Clerk

City Council Aldermen:

City Council meets at 6:30 p.m. the 2nd Wednesday of each Month at City Hall
East Ward – Ann Kimmell & Cindy Collier
West Ward – Rick Derenzy & Sam Fristo

City Department Heads

Travis Sowers, Crew Chief

Brunswick Fire Department

20 N. Small Brunswick, MO 65236
Emergency: 911
Non-emergency fire: 660-548-3666
Rick Derenzy, Fire Chief

Utilities & Trash:

Sewer and trash are mailed directly from the City of Brunswick and can be paid by mail or at City Hall. Water bills are mailed directly from Missouri American Water and can be paid by mail or online. Trash is picked up weekly by Veolia Environmental Services. Two bulk trash pick-up dates per year are advertised in The Chariton County Journal.

About Missouri American Water:

Missouri American Water is the local water company for Brunswick, MO. The parent company, American Water, was founded in 1886 and is the largest investor-owned U.S. water and wastewater utility company.

Their regulated businesses currently provide water and wastewater services in 16 U.S. states*.  The vast network of treatment plants, pumping stations, storage facilities, and approximately 45,000 miles of main and collection pipe, are all put to work each day to provide customers with the highest-quality service.

It’s not always apparent just how far water reaches into our daily lives. We just know that when we need it, we expect it to be there. How it gets there, and more importantly, ensuring that it does get there and that it is of high quality, is what American Water’s skilled teams care about most.

Customers are their number one priority and every day, they  are proud to deliver the highest quality water and wastewater service possible. Operating as regulated utilities in 16 U.S. states means they must follow regulations that are set by local authorities, as well as federal standards. It also means they participate in community programs and invest in the infrastructure that is needed to keep service reliable and consistent.


A voluntary recycling program is available on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month. The types of recyclable items vary from time to time. The collection site is on the lot adjacent to the City Water Plant, south of the railroad tracks. Hours: 9 a.m. to Noon.