The City of Sedalia has activated the EMERGENCY SNOW ROUTES beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, January 18, 2019 as the National Weather Service has reported the potential for steadily falling temperatures with rain beginning late Friday afternoon, changing over to snow with accumulations from 1-3 inches overnight. Please click here to view the January 18, 2019 public service announcement issued by the City of Sedalia.

Drivers who routinely park on streets designated as Emergency Snow Routes will need to move their vehicles to other locations as snow is expected to accumulate during nighttime hours. City crews will be working overnight Friday to ensure Emergency Snow Routes remain open. Cars remaining parked on emergency snow routes may be towed or plowed in as crews work to keep these roadways open for emergency vehicles.

A map detailing Snow Emergency Routes may be viewed here.  

Other information may also be viewed at http://ci.sedalia.mo.us/content/11298/11374/12024.aspx

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12/31/2015 - Ideker, Inc. Receives ACPA Award for Sedalia Regional Airport Runway 18-36 Reconstruction

Ideker, Inc. was recently named as an award winner in the American Concrete Pavement Association's 26th annual "Excellence in Concrete Pavements" event for their reconstruction work on Sedalia Regional Airport's Runway 18-36.  

  Photo Credit: ACPA

Ideker, Inc. received the Silver Award for Reliever & General Aviation Airports division. Per a December 18, 2015 press release from ACPA:

"In 2009, the City of Sedalia, Mo., applied for and received a state grant for the reconstruction of 5,000 feet of Runway 18-36. Bids for the project were received in May 2013. The contractor began construction on the 5,000 foot long, 100 foot wide runway on June 28, 2014.

Photo credit: ACPA

The new pavement section was 8 in. of concrete on 6 in. of recycled concrete base on 12 in. of limetreated subgrade. Two short sections of connecting taxiway were also reconstructed and tied in to the existing pavement. The runway reconstruction allowed the airport to increase its runway approach category from Category BII to CII. This upgraded approach category will enable the airport to service corporate jet traffic—a potentially important economic benefit for the region. The concrete paving of the runway was completed in just 4 days—an average placement of 3,086 cubic yards per day."