Route 13 (Maguire Street) divides the city in half, while Old Highway 13 and Holden Street separate East and West. There are no highways connecting the cities of Warrensburg and St. Louis, Missouri, to the east or west of the city. The Missouri River Runner is provided by Amtrak Station Warrensburg, and the Missouri State Highway Patrol patrols the area.
Warrensburger Mittelschule cares for pupils in grades six and eight, Warrensburger Gymnasium for grades nine to 12. Maple Grove and Ridgeview Elementary Schools are suitable for all grades, from preschool to second grade. The district also operates the Reese Education Center, which houses the school's elementary, middle and high schools, as well as an elementary and middle school.
The city is also home to the University of Central Missouri (UCM), which until 2006 was called Central Kansas State University and also bears the name of the city of Warrensburg, Missouri, where its former campus was located. The American television film "Days of Future Past" (the first film in the series) from 1983 is mostly set in eastern Kansas and western Missouri. In 1983, "Warrensburg" was mentioned in the "Movies for the Day" of American television as a possible location for an episode of the television series "The Big Bang Theory."
Shawn Pelton was born on June 1, 1963 in Warrensburg, and the musicians worked together in the late 1960s and early 1970s as members of the Blue Moon Boys and other bands.
At the 2010 census, 3,400 families lived in the city, and 49.0% were non-family. 26.6% had children under 18 years of age, 38.5% were married couples living together, 9.9% had a housekeeper with a husband, 7.7% were 65 years or older and 2.8% lived in a single-parent household. The population was distributed over the entire city of Warrensburg, which corresponds to about 1,500 people per square mile.
The racial composition of the city was as follows: African Americans, whites, blacks, Hispanics, Latinos, Native Americans, Asians, Americans and Native Hawaiians / Pacific Islanders.
The racial composition of the city was as follows: African Americans, whites, blacks, Hispanics, Latinos, Native Americans / Asians, Americans and Native Americans of the Hawaiian / Pacific Islands. The poverty line was below the poverty line for all residents, including those with incomes below $25,000 a year, $35,500 for families with children under 18, and $50,700 for those under 65.