The City of Harrisonville is committed to the health and safety of the public and will maintain this commitment, as we transition out of the State of Missouri and Cass County Health Department Stay at Home Order.
On Monday, April 27, Governor Mike Parson implemented Phase I of his Missouri Show-Me Strong Recovery Order, which will be in effect from 12:01 a.m., Monday, May 4, 2020, through Sunday, May 31, 2020. Shortly after the Governor’s announcement, Cass County announced that they will be adopting and implementing the guidance from Phase I of the Governor Parson’s strategic reopening of Missouri’s economy. The order directs local public health authorities (Cass County Health Department) to carry out and enforce each provision of the order.
As part Phase I, Harrisonville businesses will be able to open on May 4, with modifications to their normal operations.
If you have Harrisonville-specific questions about Governor Mike Parson’s Missouri Show-Me Strong Recovery Order, we have created a resource to provide you with answers.
Both commercial tenants and residents will be able to email questions to email@example.com or leave questions as a message at (816) 380-8965. Once a question is received, it will be quickly distributed to a select group of City officials who will respond with an answer in line with the Governor’s order.
This resource will be monitored closely but we do ask that you be patient while we work to get you an accurate and timely answer.
We encourage all business operators and residents to read Governor Parson’s order, as well as the guidelines and frequently asked questions that can be found on the Governor’s website.
Click here for more information about how the Governor’s Missouri Show-Me Strong Recovery Order is being applied in Harrisonville.