1. Rusty Sullivan

    Rusty Sullivan hired as Fire Chief

    After receiving dozens of qualified applications, the City has selected Rusty Sullivan as the next Chief of the Harrisonville Fire Department. Read on...
  2. Comp Plan for web

    Board of Aldermen approve new City-Wide Comprehensive Plan!

    Beginning in the summer of 2021, we worked with a number of partners, residents, and stakeholders to lead the planning process and craft our goal of defining a vision for Harrisonville, as we look ahead one year, five years, 10 years and beyond! Read on...
  3. PD RCP 2022

    Harrisonville Police Department seeks partnerships for a safer community

    Video surveillance is one of the best methods for apprehending criminals and convicting suspects who are caught in the act of committing a crime. We believe this will help build better community-police partnerships here in Harrisonville. Read on...
  4. New logo

    Where Tradition Meets Innovation!

    Our goal was not only to update the logo, but to make sure that the new logo was easily recognizable, honors our history and captures the unique relationship between the City of Harrisonville and Cass County. Read on...
  5. Final-10

    Mayor Bowman highlights consistent growth in 2022 State of the City address

    Mayor Bowman spoke about consistent community growth, highlighted by increases in both residential and commercial construction, the arrival of several new retail businesses, strong sales tax revenues, ongoing infrastructure improvements and more! Read on...
  6. Drury logo reduce for web

    Drury University to open Harrisonville satellite campus!

    Residents of Cass County and surrounding areas will soon have higher education opportunities close to home! On March 15, Drury GO, Drury University’s evening and online program, will open a new location in Harrisonville, MO, at 512 Westchester Ave. Read on...
  7. Storm-shelter sign

    REMINDER: Two 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...
  8. State of the City 2022

    Hope for a bright future highlights City Administrator's 2021 State of the City Address

    It was a night spent appreciating a year that laid vital groundwork for the coming decades of the Harrisonville community, as City Administrator Ratliff presented his 2021 State of the City Address to the Mayor and Board during their February 22, meeting. Read on...
  9. Security light

    Electric Department now offering security lights for residents

    The Harrisonville Electric Department is now offering security light installations for City residents paying an electric bill. Residents who would like security lights will pay a 1-time installation fee of $100, plus a monthly charge of $8.25 per light. Read on...
  10. front-yard-parking-large

    New regulations passed for storing vehicles & large equipment

    During the February 22, Board of Aldermen meeting, an ordinance was passed to amend Code item 405.550 Section F, regarding the storage of vehicles and large equipment. Read on...
  11. 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...
  12. Cass County Courthouse

    City of Harrisonville Citizen Survey findings now available

    The purpose of the survey was to assess satisfaction with the delivery of City services and to help determine priorities for the community as part of the City’s ongoing planning process. Read on...
  13. Stock photo - solar power house

    Harrisonville renewable energy options remain in place entering 2022

    For those wanting to use renewable energy in Harrisonville, here are a few things the City wants you to know. Read on...
  14. 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...
  15. 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...
  16. Missouri SAFHR

    Assistance now available for Missouri renters financially impacted by COVID-19

    The State Assistance for Housing Relief (SAFHR) for Renters program provides rent and utility assistance for eligible Missouri residents who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
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