1. City Hall with Show-Me Strong Order logo

    City of Harrisonville facilities to begin phased reopening on May 11

    Beginning Monday, May 11, customers may call (816) 380-8900 and schedule appointments for business that is more efficient when done in person. This includes: setting up utilities at a new address, making utility deposits, correcting payment issues, etc. Read on...
  2. Missouri Show-Me Strong website

    What the Missouri Show-Me Strong Recovery Order means for Harrisonville

    As part Phase I of Governor Mike Parson's Missouri Show-Me Strong Recovery Order, Harrisonville businesses will be able to open on May 4, with modifications to their normal operations. Read on...
  3. Harrisonville Water Treatement Plant

    Improvements at Water Treatment Plant receive state-wide recognition

    “Most importantly, the entire scope of new treatment processes, expanded capacity and more efficient equipment have resolved the nagging water quality issues that city residents have raised for years.” (The Missouri Municipal Review - May/June 2020) Read on...
  4. Stock photo - Board of Aldermen

    17th Circuit Municipal Court dockets to resume virtually, starting June 3

    Due to social distancing and capacity restrictions, the Harrisonville Municipal Court does not anticipate holding in-person hearings on June 3rd. Staff are currently scheduling virtual hearings for the June 3 court date. Read on...
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    Information about COVID-19 in Cass County

    This page will house all updates provided by the Cass County Health Department regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  6. City website on laptop

    Harrisonville Strong resource created to answer your COVID-19 reopening questions

    If you have Harrisonville-specific questions about Governor Mike Parson’s Missouri Show-Me Strong Recovery Order, we have created a resource to provide you with answers. Read on...
  7. Stock photo - person washing hands

    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...
  8. Stock photo of Coronavirus with City logo

    NOW: City of Harrisonville takes additional steps to prevent spread of COVID-19

    In response to COVID-19 concerns, the City of Harrisonville is taking additional steps to ensure the health of our community and the continuity of City services. Read on...
  9. Black and white Harrisonville Aquatic Center with PR logo

    Park Board votes to close Outdoor Pool for 2020 season, due to COVID-19 pandemic

    With the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the unknown of future state and health department guidelines, it would be difficult to operate the Outdoor Pool in a way that ensures the safety and wellness of our community. Read on...
  10. City Hall Original

    City public meetings altered to maintain social distancing

    In an effort to maintain the COVID-19 social-distancing requirements, all City public meetings will, for the foreseeable future, be conducted through a remote, online service. Read on...
  11. City-Wide Clean-up spring 2019

    Spring City-Wide Clean Up rescheduled due to COVID-19 pandemic

    In an effort to maintain both the COVID-19 social-distancing requirements and our commitment to the health and safety of the Harrisonville community, the 2020 Spring City-Wide Clean Up has been rescheduled. Read on...
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    City of Harrisonville suspends utility disconnects amid COVID-19 outbreak

    In an effort to continue to thoughtfully serve our customers during this time, we encourage you to stay current on or at least pay a portion of your monthly bill. This will limit the financial strain felt when paying utility bills in the upcoming months. Read on...
  13. Harrisonville Community Center

    Harrisonville Community Center to close amid COVID-19 outbreak

    Harrisonville Parks & Recreation (HPR) will be closing the Harrisonville Community Center effective March 18, through March 29, due to social distancing recommendations surrounding COVID-19. Read on...
  14. STOCK PHOTO: water-flows-from-the-tap-to-sink

    Missouri DNR says COVID-19 virus not detected in drinking water

    The City of Harrisonville Public Works Department is actively following the rapidly evolving situation regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus). We want to inform customers and community about the current state of drinking water and wastewater in our community.. Read on...
  15. 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...
  16. Storm-shelter sign

    NEW: Three 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...
  17. 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...
  18. City Hall Original

    City Hall seeking to update vital information for some utility accounts

    There are several factors that go into keeping our community strong and functioning smoothly. Of these factors, the undeniable key to the success of Harrisonville is a working relationship between our residents and City staff and officials. Read on...
  19. Stock photo - Board of Aldermen

    Board of Aldermen approve new start time for bi-monthly meetings

    Currently, Board meetings are held on the first and third Monday’s of each month and begin at 7 p.m. The new start time will go into effect on Monday, March 16. Read on...
  20. Brad Ratliff

    Board of Aldermen approves hiring of Brad Ratliff as City Administrator

    The City of Harrisonville is excited to announce the hiring of Brad Ratliff as City Administrator. Ratliff brings with him 23 years of local-government experience, with 12 of those years coming in a City Administrator role 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...
  22. Stock photo - solar power house

    Harrisonville renewable energy options remain in place entering 2020

    For those wanting to use renewable energy in Harrisonville, here are a few things the City wants you to know. Read on...
  23. Harrisonville EMS donates classroom security devices made from old fire hoses

    Harrisonville first responders maintain commitment to student safety, with new security donation

    Student safety has always been one of the City’s biggest priorities. Members of Harrisonville Emergency Services and Harrisonville Missouri Police Department met on November 14, at Harrisonville Elementary School to continue to make that a priority. Read on...
  24. A wreath of honor placed in front of The Moving Wall traveling Vietnam Veterans memorial.

    Traveling Vietnam Veterans memorial makes moving visit to Harrisonville

    For five days in June, The Moving Wall traveling Vietnam Veterans memorial was on display in Harrisonville. Officials estimate 35,000 people paid their respects to those whose names are on The Wall, while it was in town Read on...
  25. 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...
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