Job Opening! Full-Time Streets Division Laborer


Full-Time Streets Division Laborer:

Closing date: Open until filled

Department: Streets Division

Supervisor: Streets Division Supervisor

FLSA Status: Full-time, Non-Exempt 

Salary Range: $25,500 per year, With Benefits

Schedule: Full-Time

General statement of main duties: The City of Parkville is currently seeking help for the Streets Division. The position would be responsible for snowplows, tractors, backhoes, mowers, and other machinery. Concrete and/or asphalt experience is a plus.

Applicant must have a good driving record and a high school diploma or equivalent. Prior to employment the applicant shall pass a background check and drug screen. Employment is subject to Board of Alderman approval.

Please fill out the General Employment Application and send it to

Legislative Forum Hosted by PACC and LWV

LogoTransparentA legislative forum hosted by the Parkville Area Chamber of Commerce and the League of Women’s Voters will take place Thursday, August 28th in the City Hall Board Room.  Local panelists will answer preselected questions on a number of topics. The event will be moderated by the League of Women Voters.

There will be light refreshments/networking at 6 p.m. followed by the forum at 6:30 p.m.

The event is open to the public. Please see the attached program for more information.



Save the date! Parktoberfest 5k/10k

LogoTransparentSave the date! Parktoberfest 2014 kicks off with the 3rd annual 5K/10K Run/Walk. This will be the first 10K run through Platte Landing Park! Partial proceeds of the event go to support Friends of Parkville Parks. The first 200 registered participants are guaranteed a goodie bag and a t-shirt. Registration information can be found at the following link:

Parkville Train Depot Request for Proposals Issued


On July 8th, 2014 the City of Parkville, Missouri issued a Request for Proposals to enter into one or more license agreements for the use of all or portions of the Parkville Train Depot located at 8701 NW River Park Drive, Parkville, MO 64152. Proposals are due August 29th.

Please click the following link for the RFP: Parkville Train Depot

Please click the following link for the Report from the Pre-Proposal Conference: Report from the Pre-Proposal Conference

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Application for the No Visit List

LogoTransparentMunicipal Code Section 610.130 allows residents to restrict visits to their residential property (including their leasehold in the case of a tenant) by peddlers, solicitors and canvassers. The list is provided to all applicants who receive a permit issued by the City and only includes the address.

If you are a resident and wish to be added to the City’s No Visit List, visit the link and complete the form.

President Obama visits Parkville!

LogoTransparentThe President of the United States stopped by Parkville for an impromptu visit. Check out all of the photos on our facebook page.


Stormwater Pollution Prevention Information Part 3.

LogoTransparentCheck out this information on stormwater pollution prevention.  Sediment entering stormwater degrades the quality of water for drinking, wildlife and the land surrounding streams. See the brochure below for more details.


Stormwater Pollution Prevention Information Part 2.

LogoTransparentCheck out this information on stormwater pollution prevention. Used motor oil is the largest single source of oil pollution in our lakes, rivers, and streams. Used motor oil can contain concentrations of toxic heavy metals such as zinc, lead, and cadmium that affect the environment, including wildlife, vegetation, surface water and drinking water supplies when not disposed of properly. See the brochure below for more details.

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Stormwater Pollution Prevention Information Part 1.

LogoTransparentCheck out this information on stormwater pollution prevention. Streams are among the most important natural resources in the Kansas City region, contributing to the overall quality of life in our communities.


MML Civic Leadership Awards.


Local government officials from northwest Missouri gathered in the city of Independence on July 17, 2014, to honor outstanding leaders in their communities at the Civic Leadership Awards.

From the City of Parkville, Neil Davidson was honored for for his long time service on CLARB and the Platte County Park Board, and particularly for his volunteer service over the last year on the Platte Landing Park committee.

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