The 2014 Audited Financial Statements have been posted to the City Website. Please click this link to view the 2014 Audit and the corresponding Management Letter.
Notice from MoDOT: Both the northbound and southbound lanes of Route 169 (Broadway Bridge) will be closed for the Annual KC Air Show/Expo between the Downtown Loop (I-70) and Route 9 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, August 22-23.
All southbound Route 169 traffic will be detoured to southbound Route 9. The only public access to and from the show is via air show buses. The north bus route will pick up and return passengers to Briarcliff Village. The south bus route will pick up and return passengers to ATA Metro bus stops.
The Kansas City Aviation Department and the Missouri Department of Transportation want to remind citizens that it is unlawful and unsafe to park on highway shoulders to view aircraft.
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The Mayor and Board of Aldermen also reviewed and affirmed the City’s vision as follows: Parkville will offer an exceptional quality of life for residents and visitors by embracing opportunities to enhance commerce and economic activity, while preserving the community’s historic charm, attractive character and unique natural environments.
For report details visit the following website: http://parkvillemo.gov/download/1.%20Parkville%20Retreat%20Summary_%20July%202015_080615.pdf
When: Saturday, October 10th, 8 am-4 pm
Where: Damon-Pursell Construction Site, 6305 N.W. River Park Drive, Riverside.
Cost: Free for City of Parkville residents only (proof of residency required, sorry no businesses).
Curbside: Monday, October 12th.
What is collected: Small limbs (MUST be bundled or tied), bagged leaves and grass (no plastic bags), used batteries, scrap metal, water heaters, auto parts, metal products, air conditioners (without compressor), washers and dryers (without motor), tires, furniture, miscellaneous debris.
What is not collected: paint, air conditioner compressors, washer/ dryer motors, household hazardous waste items.
Call Parkville City Hall with any questions at 816-741-7676.
From the Parkville Area Chamber of Commerce: Save the date! The Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast is September 10, 2015.
This is an annual legislative event features panelists from the City, County, State, and Federal Government. This is a joint effort between Platte City, Riverside and Parkville.
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The Parkville Code Complaint System is now online. It’s an online tool for reporting code violations in the City of Parkville. It can be found here: http://parkvillemo.gov/code-complaint-system/ or under the departments/community development tab above.
The following violations can be easily reported in this system: Tall Grass and Weeds, Rubbish & Garbage, Insect & Rodent Infestation, Building & Construction Materials, Residential Outdoor Storage, Non-Residential Outdoor Storage & Displays, Nuisance Vehicles, Exterior Building Maintenance, and Fence Maintenance. Other violations are also accepted with a detailed description of the violation. Please note that in order to process a complaint we need the specific location of the violation (via address, parcel number, and/or other detailed description) so that a case can be opened prior to sending an officer or inspector to investigate. For details on city ordinances please visit: http://parkvillemo.gov/government/city-ordinances/
The City of Parkville may not use code violation documentation information that was obtained by trespassing, entry without permission, or other illegal means. In general, violations should be documented from public property (streets and sidewalks) or from abutting property with the permission of the abutting property owner. Property owners have a right to privacy and photos or other documentation should never be taken through windows of the home at which the suspected violations exist nor should a homeowner’s or resident’s reasonable expectation of privacy be violated in any way when attempting to obtain documentation.
The dedication ceremony for the Parkville Community Time Capsule is set for August 22nd at 12:30 PM on the McKeon Stage in English Landing Park. The ceremony is part of the regular Parkville Days festivities. The time capsule includes over forty items from various community groups, neighborhoods, schools, and interested citizens. Some of the various items include school yearbooks, local newspapers, pictures from throughout the community, t-shirts, and even canned water from the flood cleanup of 1993!
The City has invited those who submitted an item to ceremoniously place the item in the time capsule. In cases in which the submitter is not able to attend, the Mayor and/or someone from the City will be placing the item in the capsule.
A few days following the ceremony, items will be sealed in airtight plastic bags for longevity and the time capsule will then be buried at the Spirit Fountain. A commemorative plaque will mark burial location. The time capsule is scheduled to be opened on Parkville’s 200th anniversary in 2049.
For more information, please contact Parkville City Hall at 816-741-7676.
Check out an interactive map of the course here: https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/818533332
Platte Landing Park will be closed on Tuesday, August 11 from approximately 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The park will be closed to accommodate a multi-agency emergency management maritime training exercise.
Parkville Police and other public safety personnel will be on site that day to redirect visitors. English Landing Park will remain open throughout the exercise.