City of Laurie, Missouri

Lake of the Ozarks

 The City Hall is reopened. We would like to still encourage everyone to take precautionary measures both for your safety and ours by continuing to pay your water/sewer bills by putting it in the drop box in the parking lot, or by US mail. Any questions concerning city business, please call City Hall 573-374-4871

You can now Pay your Utility Bill Online! Please click here, to be directed to the website:
Utility Billing Online

The STEPS Online Guides to Public Assistance: https://www.publicservicedegrees.org/public-assistance/

The STEPS Online Guide to Unemployment, Job Placement, and Training: https://www.publicservicedegrees.org/public-assistance/unemployment-job-placement-training/

The team at STEPS deeply understands the pain that can result from the loss of a job. Creating this guide is just a small way we're trying to do our part to help Americans who have been laid off through no fault of their own.

We want to make sure everyone has access to free informational resources like this, especially now when more and more people are out of work due to the pandemic.


LAURIE, MISSOURI  is embraced by beautiful country, rich with history and community and treasured for its summertime recreation. It was here that the Osage tribe of Native Americans once made their home, and today's amateur archaeologist discovers that the Osage River and Gravois Creek can still surprise by giving up arrowheads and tomahawks. It was also here that during the Great Depression, Bagnell Dam was completed to generate electricity, creating the Lake of the Ozarks amidst gently rolling hills lush with trees and greenery that would later give way to a resort community.
Laurie is a fourth-class city located midway between the cities of Versailles to the north and Camdenton to the south. Incorporated in 1966 with a population of 106, the city has grown to 945 as of the 2010 census
The city also serves as a hub of west side activity for many rural residents who reside out­side the city limits with numer­ous restaurants, banks, conve­nience stores, retail outlets and churches. Altogether, there are nearly 200 businesses and five planned subdivisions in the city.
Recreational activities in­clude two city parks total­ing more than 50 acres with a lighted ball field, soccer fields, pavilions, walking trail, playground, a five-screen cinema, 18-hole golf course, bowling alley and an indoor swimming pool.

Visitors are always wel­come.
We are so glad you stopped by to visit our Web Site!

If you have any questions about LAURIE, MISSOURI, please email us or call 573-374-4871.

The city is proud to provide city water and a state-of-the-art central sewer system as well as recently paved city maintained streets. With these substantial recent infrastruc­ture improvements, the city is poised and ready to welcome new residents and businesses alike.