City offices -
114 E. Main
hospitals - 23 mi. in Poplar Bluff
Mark Twain National Forest
Out of a 5,205-person workforce in Wayne County, 4,712 are employed. The unemployment rate is 9.5 percent as of 2015 with 432 out of work. The average hourly wage for the county is $11.90. In nearby Piedmont, McAllister Software, Specialty Brands, Nu-Dell Plastics, and Corlair Corporation can be found. The county's other major employers include Clearwater Schools, which employs 160; Piedmont Schools, with 130 employees; Henry Schein/AVImark, Veterinary Softward, employes 170; and Greenville Healthcare employs 49.
Border Electric Cooperative, headquartered in Poplar Bluff and Black River Electric Coperative headquartered in Fredericktown, provides
electric power for Williamsville. The city offers water for its
residents from its two wells. The water plant has a storage capacity
of 80,000 gallons. Their sewage lagoon has a capacity of 100,000
gallons a day. Williamsville's telephone service is provided by
AT&T and Windstream. Residents and businesses obtain internet service from a
local internet service provider in Poplar Bluff and Windstream Communications in Little Rock, AR.
of Williamsville travel only 23 miles to receive medical services.
The nearest healthcare facilities are in Poplar Bluff at Pershing
Veterans Administration Medical Center, Kneibert Clinic, and Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center. It is 15 miles to the nearest four-lane thoroughfare,
US Highway 67, and 65miles to Interstate 55. The nearest airport
is in Piedmont.
children attend the public elementary school in town. The nearest
public community college, Three Rivers College, is located
in Poplar Bluff, Fall 2017, enrollment 3,226.
Southeast Missouri State University, a public four-year college
located in Cape Girardeau, MO, is the nearest higher learning facility.
Fall, 2017, enrollment for the university was 11,502 students.
residents get their news from a weekly newspaper, three
different radio stations and 17 cable television stations. There
are seven Protestant churches and a Catholic church serving the community's
Williamsville families enjoy the public park in town. Clearwater
Lake and Wappapello Lake are both within a 20-mile radius of Williamsville.
Young and old can enjoy camping, fishing, hiking/fitness/nature
trails, motor boating, swimming, and water skiing. Markham Springs
Park, another popular site among outdoor enthusiasts, is also nearby.
city is represented by 154th District State Representative Steve Cookson (R) and 27th District State Senator Wayne Wallingford (R).
U.S. Representative Jason Smith (R) represents Williamsville
in the Eighth Congressional District.