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City Services

City utilities
For questions about utilities provided by the city, call (417) 934-2601 or stop by City Hall at 126 N. Oak St. in Mountain View.

Utility billing procedures
Utility meters are read from the 1st to the 15th of each month. Bills are prepared and mailed the last day of the month. You should receive your bill by the first of the following month. Bills are then payable and due by the 15th of the month. Should the 15th fall on a weekend or holiday when City Hall is closed, the customer may have until the first following working day to pay the bill without penalty. A $10 penalty will be added if the bill is paid after the 15th. If the bill is not paid by the 20th, the service is subject to shut-off. If shut-off occurs because of nonpayment, there will be a $15 reconnect fee for first time delinquencies, $20 for second time and $30 for third time. Full payment of all charges must be collected before services are restored.

Driver and Vehicle Licensing
Driver and vehicle licenses can be obtained at the State Office of the Department of Revenue located at 119 Pine St. Call (417) 934-2387 for more information.

Voter Registration
Voter registration, cancellations or changes may be made at Mountain View City Hall. Proof of identification is required.

City Voting Polls and Locations
The Goldsberry East and West precincts will vote at the Mountain View Community Center, located at 125 East First Street.

Emergency Services

Fire Department
Mountain View has a 16 member volunteer fire department with a current ISO rating of 7 in the state. Fire Station 1 is located is located in downtown Mountain View at 202 West Third Street and Fire Station 2 is located on 4th Street, just off U.S. Highway 60, near Smith Flooring. Call (417) 934-2601.

Police Department
The Mountain View Police Department has six full time police officers, a full time Police Chief Jamie Perkins, one dare/resource community officer and one part-time office assistant. The crime rate in Mountain View is very low, making it a great place to live. The Police Department is located at 233 West Second Street. Contact them at (417) 934-2525. If there is an emergency, call 911.

Howell County Sheriff
Reach the Sheriff’s department at (417) 256-2544.

Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop G
The patrol is located in Willow Springs, which is 13 miles to the west of Mountain View.

Recycling Center
Mountain View’s Recycling Center is located on East Highway 60. Call (417) 934-2723 for more information. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to noon.

City Officials

  • City Administrator – Mike Wake
  • City Attorney – Charles Cantrell
  • City Clerk – Willa Kramer
  • City Treasurer/Court Clerk – Mary Woodruff, CCA
  • Municipal Court Judge – William T. Hass
  • Fire Chief – Stanley Murphy
  • Chief of Police – Jamie Perkins
  • Animal Control – David Ripko
  • Street Department – Steve Brown
  • Sanitation Department – David Abbey
  • Electric Department – Josh Ennis
  • Water Department – Larry Cattell
  • Parks & Recreation – Eddie Owens
  • Senior Citizen Center – Charlotte Davis
  • Library – Beth Smith
  • Airport – Mike Wake
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