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Public Safety officials offer tips for a successful solar eclipse event

August 15, 2017 – With the total solar eclipse just over two weeks away, local public safety officials are planning for the worst but hoping for the best when it comes…

Clay County Children’s Fund on ballot Aug. 8

July 25, 2017  – On Tuesday, August 8 there will be one item on the ballot for residents of Excelsior Springs. The measure, known as Proposition 1, would create a…

Eclipse chasers have excellent view of totality during Solar Fest 2017

Eclipse chasers have  excellent view of totality during Solar Fest 2017

July 27, 2017 – The planning stage for Excelsior Springs’ one and only Solar Festival is well underway with a long list of activities for residents and tourists to enjoy.…

Council approves golf course improvements

July 24, 2017 – The new clubhouse at the Excelsior Springs Golf Course is another step closer to reality. Two measures passed at the city council’s regular meeting on Monday,…

Outside owners create headaches for city & neighbors

Outside owners create headaches for city & neighbors

July 20, 2017 For more than a year the City of Excelsior Springs has seen the conditions of 327 Woods Ave. deteriorate. On July 21, 2016 the city issued a…

Tobacco 21 passes unanimously

Businesses that sell tobacco within the city limits of Excelsior Springs may now only do so to those who are 21 years of age and older. After weeks of consideration,…

Excelsior Springs now owns property to begin building dog park

Excelsior Springs now owns property to begin building dog park

May 18, 2017 – Excelsior Springs is one step closer in having a dog park for its residents to enjoy. City Council members voted unanimously to purchase a four acre…

Economic development big priority for city

Economic development big priority for city

May 15, 2017 – City Manager Molly McGovern said she asked on the right day when she got Melinda Mehaffy to come on board as the new Economic Development coordinator…

Contamination leads to City’s decision to control access to Recycle Center

A bunch of bad apples have spoiled a good thing for Excelsior Springs residents. The Drop Off Recycling Center has been forced to change their hours after illegal dumping has…

Council considers Tobacco 21 Initiative

April 20, 2017 – Excelsior Springs was the first in the state of Missouri to adopt an ordinance on open house parties. It was also the first to adopt an…

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