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903 W Main StreetBlue Springs, Missouri 64015
Kansas City Courthouse415 E. 12th Street, Room 104Kansas City, MO 64106(816) 881-1577
You can also contact the State of Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Vital Records Division.Birth Records: 573-751-6387Death Records: 573-751-6370 Application for Copy of Birth or Death Certificate
Generally, these boards and commissions make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council regarding actions and policies affecting municipal government, City departments and the community.
Citizens who desire to serve on a City board or commission may apply by completing an application form or contacting the Mayor's office at City Hall, 903 W Main Street, (816) 228-0110. Interested parties may also call their City Councilmen directly. All meetings are open to the public.
Also check out Renew the Blue, a citizen group for more opportunities. Download Boards and Commissions Application
1. Eligibility - You must be 17.5 years of age to register, 18 years old to vote - You must be a U.S. Citizen - Resident of Jackson County excluding the city of Kansas City - If you have prior felony conviction you must be off parole or probation - You must not be adjudged incapacitated2. Forms of Identification (Must be current) - Drivers License (From any State but you must be a resident here) - Birth Certificate - Missouri ID - Native American Tribal Document - Proof of United States Citizenship3. Registration Deadlines - February 3, 2009 - Must be registered by January 7, 2009 - April 7, 2009 - Must be registered by March 11, 2009 - June 2, 2009 - Must be registered by May 6, 2009 - August 4, 2009 - Must be registered by July 8, 2009 - November 3, 2009 - Must be registered by October 7, 2009Additional information on voter registration and eligibility requirements can be found on the Jackson County Election Board website.
Other Bike Unit activities include patrols at special events such as the Fall Fun Fest, high school sporting events, participation in parades, bike safety events, Bike Rodeos, and other community presentations on request.
Example: If your home has a market value of $100,000, then it has an assessed value of $19,000 ($100,000 X .19). Your 2000-2001 total tax obligation would be $1,438.87 ($19,000 X .07573).
It is the ability to produce a map image that sets GIS apart from other database systems. Perhaps more simply, a GIS gives you tools to answer questions about a location (geographic information). You can combine layers of information stored in a database that may include addresses, aerial photographs, dates, and other numerical values.
Some offices outside of City Hall may have varying hours of operation. Please check their individual web pages or call to verify hours of operation.
If you are licensing a vehicle, the License Bureau should be able to verify your paid taxes as long as the taxes were paid by the due date of December 31, and the cost for the receipt may be waived.
For additional questions, contact Melissa Nichelson in the Revenue Collections Division at (816) 228-0131 or via Email.
Jackson County Health Department313 South LibertyIndependence, MO 64050(816) 404-6415
You can also contact the State of Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Vital Records Division at:Birth Records: (573) 751-6387Death Records: (573) 751-6370 Application for Copy of Birth or Death Certificate
Once the position is closed (or at varying intervals for postings without closing dates):
For Retirement questions contact:Diane Towndtown@molagers.org(800) 447-4334, Ext. 6364
For Service Credit questions contact:Paula Woolerypwoolery@molagers.org(800) 447-4334, Ext. 6374 LAGERS Website
City Council Agendas, Minutes and Webcasts
Due this relocation, City Council and Planning Commissions will not be live broadcast, but an audio recording of the meetings will be available on the City’s website. City Council Agendas, Minutes and Webcasts
If a person feels there is the need to address the Council directly as a body, the Council offers a Visitor’s Section at the end of each Council Meeting. If you wish to address a Public Hearing item on the Council agenda, you will have an opportunity to speak during the public hearing portion. Otherwise, your presentation will be at the end of the Council Meeting.
In order to be properly recognized and to speak during the Visitor's section at the end of the meeting, please complete the "Speaker Appearance Form" and submit to the Blue Springs City Clerk. Speaker Appearance Form
Do not contact the Office of the Public Defender. They do not represent individuals in Municipal Court cases.
Note: When weather conditions warrant the activation of the Early Warning Siren system, an “all clear” will not be given. Residents need to tune into a local radio or TV channel for information.
The City of Blue Springs also has a daytime curfew which allows officers to question any youth between the ages of six and 17 who is found on the street or in a business, who is subject to compulsory education under the law of the State of Missouri. Daytime curfew is enforced between 9:00 am and 2:30 pm when school is in session. There are exceptions granted in this ordinance.
For more information, call (816) 228-0178.
For the release of your pet you will need to provide proof of current rabies vaccination. The vaccination must have been given by a licensed veterinarian within the last year. If you are unable to provide the receipt for the vaccination, providing the date of vaccination and the tag number issued, we will gladly accept a call from your veterinarian. If your pet’s rabies vaccination is not current, or your pet has not received the vaccination you will need to pre-pay for the vaccination at a vet of your choice. Present the paid receipt when you come for your pet. If you present a pre-paid receipt, by ordinance, your pet must be vaccinated within two business days of its release, by a licensed veterinarian. Proof of that vaccination must be provided to the animal control office within that time period.
The fees for your pet’s release from the shelter are paid at the Blue Springs Police Department, Animal Control Office, located on the 2nd floor. You will need to be there no later than 4:00 pm to complete the necessary paperwork and allow for travel time to the shelter.
Attn. Sgt. Don RappBlue Springs Police Department1100 SW Smith StreetBlue Springs, MO 64015
Please include the following information:
Jackson County Tow Service located at 617B SE Industrial Drive, Blue Springs, MO 64014
Phone: (816)228-2328 or (816) 224-9688
You cannot park a vehicle upon a roadway for the principal purpose of displaying it for sale or repairing except repair necessitated by an emergency.
If you are requesting a copy by mail please mail you request to:
Records UnitBlue Springs Police Department1100 SW Smith StreetBlue Springs, MO 64015
Police Reports cost $5.00 per report. We accept cash, checks or credit cards. Checks should be made out to the City of Blue Springs.
Residents can also report an outage online to Kansas City Power Light
City of Blue Springs Snow Removal Policy
The Streets Division has a goal of filling potholes within two business days, barring unforeseen circumstances and conditions. More...
If the down, missing or damaged sign is a stop sign, it should be reported immediately as this is a public safety concern. Please contact the Streets Division at (816) 228 0195, Monday-Friday, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm. If it is after business hours contact the Blue Springs Police Department non-emergency number, (816) 228-0150.
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Missouri Department of Natural Resources
The City’s distribution system generally operates within a pressure range that does not vary more than 5-10 pounds per square inch (psi). Customers who reside in higher elevations throughout the service area will naturally experience less water pressure than those residing in valleys or lower elevations. This is due to the water column height in the water towers is what produces the pressure on the water mains to push the water to the customer.
Occasionally a water main break or maintenance activities in the area will cause a loss in water pressure.
City maintenance crews root cut and clean the city sewer lines on a regular basis, exceeding the industry standard of 3-5 years. However, the customer service lines that are also constructed of clay tile have the same root growth issue. These lines are the responsibility of the customer. The City continues to identify, fund, and rehabilitate the clay tile sewers throughout the city.
It is important for all customers to control what goes into the sewer. Sewers are designed to carry away wasted water and human waste. They are not designed to be garbage disposals.
Please do not put excessive food waste, greases, rags/towels, or any automotive products down the sewer drains. Flammable materials can cause explosions if gases travel through the sewer pipes to an open floor drain near a pilot light such as the one on your hot water tank or furnace. Keep all drain traps filled with water to prevent sewer gases from entering the residence.
Another common reason for sewer back-ups is excessive wet weather water entering the sewer system which takes up pipe capacity and backs up customers in lower elevations. While the City is actively working to reduce the amount of ground water that can enter into sewer pipes and manholes, customers must be cognizant of illegal connections made to the sewers that are designed to evacuate foundation and downspout water. Sump pumps, foundation drains, and downspout connections are explicitly prohibited by plumbing codes and city ordinance. These sources of water into the sewer mains will only make yours or your neighbors’ situation worse during rain events. Backup Do's and Don'ts
Copies of your paid Jackson County tax receipt are available from the Tax Department in City Hall. Each receipt costs $1.00.
For additional questions, contact Business Services Division at (816) 228-0131.
Liquor Identifications Cards are required for all persons employed in the retail sale, dispensation, service or delivery of intoxicating liquor. The only exception is for persons employed solely as a cashier on a by-the-drink premises where substantial quantities of food are sold. See Municipal Code Chapter 6 Section 600.350.
Utility Billing Department Location and Contact InformationBlue Springs City Hall903 W Main StreetBlue Springs, MO 64015Pay-By-Phone Line (24/7): 816-228-0220Office Phone (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.):(816) 228-0134 or (816) 228-0135
Hours Walk-in payments: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drop-off or online payments: Customers can also make payments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via our drop box, located in the parking lot of City Hall, or through our online payment site.
Call (816) 228-0134 or (816) 228-0135.Visit the Utility Counter in person in City Hall, 903 W Main Street or via Email.
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