1. Fire tax VOTE 2

    Information about the Fire Protection Sales Tax vote on August 3

    It’s estimated that a Fire Protection Sales Tax will bring in $700,000; with revenue from the tax being used to fund the daily operations of the Emergency Services Department and significantly decrease the need to pull funds from the City’s General Fund. Read on...
  2. WCA-GFL

    Board approves new trash hauler for City of Harrisonville

    On Tuesday, July 6, the Harrisonville Board of Aldermen approved a contract between the City and WCA of Missouri LLC. – part of Green For Life Environmental Inc. for solid waste hauling services. Read on...
  3. Cass County Courthouse

    Harrisonville Historic Preservation Survey

    Historic preservation - the practice of saving places that tell the stories that connect us to the past, anchor us to the present, and lead us into the future - plays an important role in the economic and cultural life of our community. Read on...
  4. New council chambers

    Social-distanced meetings at City Hall open to the public beginning in June

    The June 7, 2021, meeting will be the first time that a City meeting, held at City Hall, will be open to members of the public since March 16, 2020. Read on...
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    City to cover $500,000 of ‘Polar Vortex’ bills

    During their meeting on April 19, the Harrisonville Board of Aldermen voted to subsidize the cost affecting utility customers by $500,000. Read on...
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    Mayor Bowman looks to the future in 2021 State of the City address

    Bowman highlighted some of the positive steps the City has taken in the past year, perseverance in the face of a global pandemic, new opportunities for a growing Harrisonville and other key topics. Read on...
  7. Upper lake 1

    Engineers present information about repairs coming to City Lake, Lake Luna

    During the Board of Aldermen meeting on April 19, 2021, engineers from Wilson & Company Inc. presented potential improvement plans for both City Lake and Lake Luna - in City Park. Read on...
  8. Missouri SAFHR

    Assistance now available for Missouri renters financially impacted by COVID-19

    The State Assistance for Housing Relief (SAFHR) for Renters program provides rent and utility assistance for eligible Missouri residents who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  9. new pool 2

    Outdoor Pool to receive first major facelift in nearly 25 years

    According to Parks Director Purkey, this new project would allow the City to capitalize on a low interest rate for the project’s funding – 1.35-percent – and bring an exciting and new look to this long-cherished piece of the Harrisonville parks system. Read on...
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  11. Harrisonville Fix It in Google Play store

    Harrisonville Fix It! app launched as new community engagement tool

    With the free Harrisonville Fix It! mobile app and web tools, Harrisonville citizens will now be able to provide City staff with pictures, videos, specific descriptions, and more — valuable information needed to get the job done efficiently Read on...
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    Information about the current Harrisonville electric utility billing and usage situation

    The City of Harrisonville would like to make you aware of the current electric utility billing and usage situation. Read on...
  13. Electric Department August 2020

    City of Harrisonville Electric Dept named Reliable Public Power Provider by APPA

    The RP3 designation, which lasts for three years, recognizes public power utilities that demonstrate proficiency in four key disciplines: reliability, safety, workforce development, and system improvement. Read on...
  14. State of the City 2021

    Good changes, strong challenges highlight City Administrator's 2020 State of the City Address

    It was a night spent reflecting on and appreciating a year like many of us had never seen before, as City Administrator Brad Ratliff presented his 2020 State of the City Address to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen during their February 16, meeting. Read on...
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    Tips for avoiding and preventing the spread of COVID-19

    As global response to COVID-19 continues, we want to provide you with some information about the virus and some tips to help you avoid both the coronavirus and other forms of infection. Read on...
  16. Stock photo - Nixle

    New public-safety-based notification system now available in Harrisonville

    Harrisonville residents can now receive real-time public safety messages through Nixle. Read on...
  17. Storm-shelter sign

    REMINDER: Two severe-weather shelters available in Harrisonville

    Taking appropriate shelter is critical in times of disaster. And being aware of the resources available to you could save your life. Read on...
  18. Storm siren

    SAFETY: A reminder about the City's severe-weather protocols

    The City of Harrisonville and Harrisonville Emergency Services wants to remind you about the City's severe-weather protocols. Read on...
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    REMINDER: Procedures for individual customer reporting during "major" power outages

    As winter approaches, the City of Harrisonville would like to remind its residents about the protocols for individual reporting during “major” power outages. Read on...
  20. 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. Read on...
  21. Stock photo - solar power house

    Harrisonville renewable energy options remain in place entering 2021

    For those wanting to use renewable energy in Harrisonville, here are a few things the City wants you to know. Read on...
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