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The City of St. Joseph has been notified that members of the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 847, intend to begin picketing on Monday, March 27, at City Hall. Local 847 represents bargaining unit employees of Transit Management of St. Joseph.
The city has identified the improvement of community appearance as one of its primary goals. Residents can apply through the ARPA Rehabilitation Grant Program to assist in minor repairs to their occupied residential structures.
Starting, Monday, March 27, the City of St. Joseph will have east and west bound traffic at 9th and Francis closed for concrete repairs within the intersection.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development has awarded the City of St. Joseph a $2.5 million dollar Community Revitalization grant that will be used to initiate the River Bluff Gateway Project.
The March 20 City Council meeting will begin at 5:30pm in the Council Chamber on the third floor of City Hall. Watch the meeting live on cable channel 19 or live streamed on the city's website at stjosephmo.gov.
The City of St. Joseph has dismissed its complaint against HPI Products, Inc. (HPI) before the Circuit Court of Buchanan County, Missouri due to impacts from the recently complete receivership and on-going activities by the federal government.
The March 6 City Council meeting will begin at 5:30pm in the Council Chamber on the third floor of City Hall. Watch the meeting live on cable channel 19 or live streamed on the city's website at stjosephmo.gov.
Communications and Public Relations Manager Mary Robertson has been named as the director for the Communications and Community Engagement Department for the City of St. Joseph.
The February 6 City Council meeting will begin at 5:30pm in the Council Chamber on the third floor of City Hall. Watch the meeting live on cable channel 19 or live streamed on the city's website at stjosephmo.gov.
The Harlem Globetrotters are taking the court at the St. Joseph Civic Arena on March 29, for a family-fun experience filled with trick shots, long shots and how-did-they-do-that shots.
The health department is working with community partners and implementing guidance from the CDC regarding an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The search for the City of St. Joseph’s next Chief of Police has begun. Public Sector Search & Consulting, a firm that specializes in conducting national level recruitments for police executives, was hired by the city to assist in this effort.
Looking for a challenge or a twist on the typical 5k? Registration is underway for the annual Outlaw Adventure Run benefitting the YWCA GRIT Center on Saturday, April 1, starting at 10am.
Have you discovered what downtown St. Joseph has to offer lately? From browsing the many one-of-a-kind shops, treating your tastebuds to the locally owned restaurants or enjoying a performance, there is always something to explore.
Staying in touch with your city has never been easier! Take advantage of one or all of our outreach methods to see how your city is working for you. Stay up to date by getting connected through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, cable Channel 19 or visiting ou...
The annual spring Clean Sweep will take place from April 1-7, during regular business hours. Some guidelines and restrictions apply.
The labor market has remained challenging for employers and affected many divisions, including the landfill. The inability to fill numerous positions, along with increased tonnage, has led the landfill to make a temporary change to the hours of operation.
The annual Outlaw Adventure Run benefitting the YWCA GRIT Center will be held Saturday, April 1, starting at 10am, at the Bill McKinney Softball Complex at Heritage Park
When looking for excellence in 911 dispatching, start with the St. Joseph Police Department.
Interesting in joining the St. Joseph Police Department? Check out the latest job posting for more information and how to apply.
Please join us at the Remington Nature Center every Friday at 10:30am for our Friday Fish Feeding Frenzy (PDF) event. Help us feed the Missouri River fish who live in our 7,000-gallon aquarium. Their diet consists of minnows, worms, corn, and peas. Observ...