April 4 Update :

  • Missouri’s governor has enacted a statewide Stay-At-Home order. However, it allows stricter local orders, such as the one in KCMO, to remain in effect. All elements of KCMO's local order still apply in our city. The state order does add a new, more restrictive limit on the number of people inside any open businesses. These limits are: 25 percent or less of the building’s authorized occupancy for retail locations of less than 10,000 square feet. 10 percent or less of the building’s authorized occupancy of buildings more than 10,000 square feet. The occupancy requirement is intended to limit crowds and lines inside stores.

April 2 Updates :

Join Mayor Q on Twitter at noon April 3 for COVID-19 questions and answers

April 1 Updates 

March 30 Update :

  • Staying at home likely means that your trash bins will fill faster than normal. The City is having a special no-tag week of trash collection the week of April 13-18.

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