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2020 Spring + Summer KCMOre rolls out!

Post Date:04/07/2020 8:41 AM

KCMOre Spring Summer 2020

It’s time for residents to check out the new Spring + Summer KCMOre magazine and take a deep dive into the latest happenings at the City of Kansas City, Missouri.

The City’s twice-a-year resident engagement magazine is being mailed to more than 120,000 households. This edition is filled with articles about programs and services to better help you understand how your tax dollars are working.

For people who can’t wait for a hard copy, an online edition has been posted at kcmo.gov/kcmore.

Media inquiries should be directed to City Communications Director, Chris Hernandez, by email or by phone at 816-513-3474.

In this issue: Kansas City Campus for Animal Care Grand Opening

Our cover story features Splat, a dog who found his fur-ever home from the Kansas City Campus for Animal Care! The Campus had its grand opening on January 1, 2020 and is operated by KC Pet Project, under contract to the City of Kansas City, Missouri.

Read more on page 07 or learn more about the City’s Campus for Animal Care by visiting KC Pet Project



Kansas City's New Terminal

The demolition of Terminal A was merely a prelude to the progress being made toward building the $1.5 billion terminal that will launch air-travel for Kansas City passengers into another stratosphere.

Read more about progress on Kansas City's New Terminal on page 11 or visit buildkci.com.



2020 Census

The 2020 Census is now underway! Be sure to complete your Census and be counted. Filling out your Census ensures that our community receives its fair share of federal dollars which help fund bus transit, education, health care and housing projects.

Read more on page 19 or visit kcmo.gov/census to learn more

And more!

  • Super Bowl parade planning
  • Pothole progress
  • The City's trash takeover
  • Comprehensive Plan
  • Your City Councilmember + other resources

Read KCMOre magazine!

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