1. City Streets Department staff chip sealing a road.

    Five streets to receive cape seal in preparation for Asphalt, Slurry Seal programs

    The Harrisonville Streets Department is preparing to cape seal five streets as part of the 2019 Asphalt Program Read on...
  2. Road work sign

    2019 Asphalt and Slurry Seal programs scheduled for first week in August

    The City of Harrisonville is excited to announce that the Street Department’s 2019 Asphalt and Slurry Seal Programs will soon begin Read on...
  3. Harrisonville Mayor Judy Bowman is presented with a grant from the Missouri Public Energy Pool.

    City of Harrisonville receives MoPep grant, APPA’s E-Reliability Certificate of Excellence

    During the Board of Aldermen meeting on Monday evening, a pair of exciting presentations were made to the City of Harrisonville. The first presentation was a Read on...
  4. Market

    2019 Farmers Market & Junk in the Trunk guidelines

    The City of Harrisonville will continue several of its summer events in 2019! These events include Read on...
  5. Harrisonville Parks and Recreation Logo

    6th Annual Parks Foundation Golf Tourney

    Join your friends on the greens Friday, July 26, 2019. Read on...
  6. Lake Weed Treatment at Harrisonville City Park

    Lake weed, moss, "pond scum" being removed from lakes in City Park

    The Harrisonville Parks & Recreation Department has begun treating the lakes in the City Park for removal of lake weed, moss and “pond scum” Read on...
  7. Storm siren

    Monthly storm-siren testing to continue on third Wednesday of each month

    The City of Harrisonville Emergency Services Department will continue the testing of its storm sirens on the third Wednesday of each month. Tests are scheduled for Read on...
  8. sidewalk stock photo

    2019 Sidewalk and Curb Program to begin on April 8

    The City of Harrisonville is excited to announce that the Street Department’s 2019 Sidewalk and Curb Program will begin on April 8 Read on...
  9. Floodwaters in Harrisonville City Park

    RECAP: Power restored, flood waters receding after heavy April rains pound Harrisonville

    The month of April finished with a bang, weather-wise, on Tuesday, as over five inches of rain were dumped on Harrisonville, according to the National Weather Service Read on...
  10. Life Saver Awards are presented to Myles Lemon, a 15-year-old lifeguard at the Harrisonville Communi
  11. Harrisonville

    New sign ordinance now in effect after receiving board approval

    The City of Harrisonville has introduced a new sign ordinance. Chapter 435 Signs was officially passed by the Board of Aldermen on Read on...
  12. Independence street

    With efficiency in mind, new procedure established for reporting 'major' power outages

    In an effort to improve response times and get a better grasp of an outage area, the City of Harrisonville is announcing a change to its procedures for reporting “major” power outages. Currently, customers are asked to Read on...
  13. Ballon release

    Brush collection event planned after winter storms down tree limbs

    The City of Harrisonville is planning to hold a brush collection event after hundreds of limbs fell from trees during recent winter storms. The drop off will be held Read on...
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