City Council Meeting
The Sedalia City Council will meet in regular session on Monday, April 21, 2014. The meeting will take place in the Council Chambers in the Sedalia Municipal Building and will begin at 7:00 p.m. The public is welcome to attend.
Pre-Council meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Mayor's Conference Room. Please click here to view the April 21, 2014 City Council agenda packet.
City of Sedalia to Observe Good Friday
The City of Sedalia will be closed Friday, April 18, 2014 in observance of Good Friday. City offices will be closed and trash pickup will not occur. To view the revised City schedule for the week of April 14, 2104, please click here.
April 21st City Council Meeting:
An Opportunity to Congratulate and Reflect
The City Council meeting on April 21, 2014 will be a momentous occasion as City of Sedalia Council and Staff thanks Mayor Mary Elaine Horn and Third Ward Councilman Wiley Walter for their service, congratulates Second Ward Councilman Wanda Monsees, Fourth Ward Councilman Tollie Rowe, and Municipal Court Judge Deborah Mitchell on their reelection and formally performs the oath of office for Mayor-Elect Stephen Galliher, First Ward Councilman James Cunningham and Third Ward Councilman Don Meier. The pictured display case is housed within the Municipal Building lobby and currently holds many of the City projects completed since 2006.
A reception will immediately follow the April 21st Council meeting in order to recognize all outgoing and newly appointed City officials.
Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County
Announces Expansion of Sedalia Manufacturer
Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County joined officials from Impact Signs Awnings Wraps, Inc., to celebrate the latest of several expansions for the company in Sedalia.
Impact is constructing a new, 3,600 square foot state-of-the-art paint system facility in Sedalia to accommodate increased production. Impact's $260,000 expansion project will bring their total investment at 22705 N. Highway 65, Sedalia, Missouri to over $1.7 million capital investment and is expected to bring their total employment to 25.
Photo compliments of Anne Gardner
Sedalia-Pettis County Economic Development
Recognizes Mayor Horn at Works for You Banquet
The Sedalia-Pettis County Economic Development board successfully surprised Mayor Elaine Horn during their 9th annual Works for You Banquet on Thursday, April 10, 2014 by honoring her as one of their 2014 Economic Development Works for You award recipients. Each year, this board highlights individuals who have consistently worked to assist Sedalia-Pettis County Economic Development in helping build our community. They strive to thank those who have notably provided the time, effort and commitment to the betterment of our area. Mayor Horn will continue to serve as our City of Sedalia Mayor until the April 21, 2014 City Council meeting.
Cemetery Spring Clean-Up Starts
April 9, 2014
Cemetery maintenance crews will begin their annual spring clean-up of Crown Hill Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery and Hebrew Cemetery on Wednesday, April 9, 2014. Please click here for further information.
In the Works
The City of Sedalia Public Works Department is constantly on the move - working provide the best of municipal services for our community. As an additional service to our citizens, we will now provide a status listing for various Public Works projects. Please click here to view this week's information.
Council Gets Plan Update
The Sedalia City Council has received its first quarterly report on the status of the strategic goals approved by the Council on January 11th. The report was presented by City Administrator Gary Edwards during the April 7th City Council meeting. One goal is the establishment of an ongoing street improvement program. It was reported to council that the Public Works Department will give a street plan presentation on April 28th. Another goal was completion of the Streetscape project. It was pointed out to council that the next to final phase is now underway. The downtown building improvements was a major issue on January 11th. A council approved downtown building inspection program is soon beginning. The next strategic goal status report to Council will be given in June.
Major Credit Cards Accepted for City Services
The City of Sedalia's Finance Department, City Court, Cemetery and Park Offices are now able to accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover Cards from the public in order to pay for various city services. There will be no fee associated with the public’s use of credit cards.
Sedalia is "Smoke-Free"
The "Smoke-Free City" ordinance, approved by City Council at their June 17, 2014 council meeting, went into effect on September 1, 2013. A copy of the ordinance approve the Sedalia Clean Air Indoor Act 2013 may be accessed here.
Monthly City E-Newsletter
The City of Sedalia provides a monthly e-newsletter to its residents. If you would like to receive this information, please click here to join: Join
Click here to view the April 2014 City of Sedalia e-newsletter, "Moving Forward."
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