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    Roanoke Drive Improvements Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    The City of Blue Springs is celebrating the completion of the long-awaited Roanoke Drive Improvements with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday, Aug. 14 at 9:30 a.m. Read on...
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    City allocates CDBG CARES funds for small business loans, Community Services League

    The City of Blue Springs has received an additional $158,235 in CDBG funds as part of the CARES Act. The City will allocate $135,000 of those funds to a small business loan program and the remaining $23,235 to the Community Services League. Read on...
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    Road Closures: SW Keystone Drive and NW 22nd Street

    UPDATE The City of Blue Springs is alerting motorists to road closures over the next few weeks. SW Keystone Drive, between SW Stoney Brook Lane and SW Gladstone Drive and NW 22nd Street between NW Ashton Drive and NW South Outer Road will close. Read on...
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    Construction on 7 Hwy and South Ave intersection improvements to begin July 8

    The Missouri Department of Transportation will CLOSE the right lane of southbound Missouri Route 7 Hwy at South Ave., in Blue Springs beginning on Wednesday, July 8 until approximately Aug. 27 Read on...
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    County moves to Phase 2.5 of Recovery Plan: Playgrounds, Splashpad to open July 1

    Jackson County has announced that Jackson County – including Blue Springs – will be moving into the Recovery Plan Phase 2.5 effective Wednesday, July 1. This is an extension of Phase 2 with a few notable changes. Read on...
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    Blue Springs Parks & Recreation Announces Facility Re-Opening Plan

    The City of Blue Springs and the Blue Springs Parks and Recreation Department has developed a plan to re-open several parks facilities and amenities on June 1, 2020 as allowed by the Jackson County Health Department Recovery Plan. Read on...
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    Council Enacts Process for Businesses to Expand Footprint

    The Blue Springs City Council approved an ordinance that will allow businesses to modify or expand their premises and seating by using adjacent outdoor areas to serve as many customers as possible. Read on...
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