Help us guide the future of your Community Center
The Excelsior Springs Parks and Recreation invites citizens to take part in parks planning of the proposed Community Center online at growESMO.mindmixer.com. Suggest ideas and leave your feedback. Posts will be reviewed by stakeholders to help guide decision-making on a variety of issues.
A Community Open House for discussion of the Community Center will be held in February at The Montgomery Event Venue, 425 S. Thompson Ave., downtown Excelsior Springs to provide updated information. Watch for details!
2013 Collection of City Taxes will change
Beginning with tax year 2013 City taxes and vehicle license fees will be included on the County tax bill and collected by the respective County Collector.
Excelsior Springs Council and community receive award from MPHA
Pictured above from left, are Councilman Brent McElwee, Councilwoman Sonya Morgan, Mayor Ambrose Buckman, Clay County Director of Public Health Gary Zaborac, Mayor Pro-Tem Brad Eales, and Councilman Reggie St. John.
A Group Merit Award was presented Monday, Oct. 21 recognizing the efforts of the Excelsior Springs City Council to improve public health and safety by adopting both the smoking ordinance and the motorized bicycle ordinance. This award is given once a year by the Annual Missouri Public Health Association (MPHA).
"Councilman Brent McElwee, Mayor Pro-Tem Brad Eales, Mayor Ambrose Buckman, Councilman Reggie St. John, Councilwoman Sonya Morgan, and City Manager David Haugland are to be congratulated for their leadership," said Gary E. Zaborac, Director of Public Health, Clay County Public Health Center. "Prioritizing health in their policy making and creating a healthier and safer Excelsior Springs benefits all who visit or live in Excelsior Springs!"
"On behalf of the Board of Health and myself, I also want to extend our thanks to you for placing the health and safety of your community as a priority. Those decisions, although not popular with a minority, will benefit your community now and for generations to come. Thanks again," said Zaborac.
Hours of operation to change in December
Effective December 1, 2013 all City Offices in the Hall of Waters building will be closed from Noon - 1:00 pm daily. This includes the Cashier Window. Water payments may be left in the drop box in the circle drive.
The Visitor Center, located in the Hall of Waters building will remain open from Noon - 1:00 pm, Monday through Saturday. Visitor Center hours are 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Saturday, and 11:00 am - 4:00 pm on Sunday.
2013 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Schedule
The 2013 collection schedule for Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) is now available. All participating communities may attend ANY of the events listed in the event schedule. Click here for downloadable schedule and HHW program brochure.
Bulky Item Drop-Off
The City of Excelsior Springs will provide a Bulky Item Drop Off site every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon -- then from 12:30 to 3 p.m., starting April 6 and running through December 28, 2013. Located at 1300 South Marietta St., next to yard waste drop-off site.
A staff person on site will determine fee from schedule. All payments must be cash only, no checks or credit card payments accepted. For fee schedule and information on items that are accepted or not accepted, click here.
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