Washington Street Viaduct Closed for Painting
The Washington Street Viaduct, located north of the intersection of S. Washington Avenue and E. Main Street, will be closed for painting beginning Tuesday, March 11, 2014. This viaduct will remain closed while being painted. The estimated completion time for this project is approximately two weeks.
FY2015 Budget Continues to Move Forward
During the March 3, 2014 City Council meeting, City Administrator Gary Edwards provided the Council with a PowerPoint presentation reviewing FY2015 budget highlights. Please click here to view this presentation.
Snow Removal is Expensive
So far this fiscal year, Sedalia has spent $240,233 on snow removal. This compares to a record $289,779 from last year; however, the current fiscal year is not yet complete. A fiscal year extends from April 1st until March 31st. The cost is calculated by adding manpower, equipment and chemical expenses for each event. There were six snow events last year, and, so far, there have been nine snow events in the current fiscal year. On an average, each event costs $28 thousand.
In the Works
The City of Sedalia Public Works Department is constantly on the move - working to provide the best of municipal services to our community. As an additional service to our citizens, we have provided a status listing for various Public Works projects. Please click here for additional information.
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, 2013 council meeting, went into effect on September 1, 2013. A copy of the ordinance approving 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 March 2014 City of Sedalia e-newsletter, "Moving Forward."