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    Blue Springs Adds 'Juneteenth' as Official Holiday, City Facilities Closed Monday June 20

    As part of the City of Blue Springs broader diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, Mayor Carson Ross has approved Juneteenth as an official paid holiday for City employees. City facilities will be closed to the public, Monday, June 20. Read on...
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    City Council Approves City Administrator, City Prosecutor Appointments

    The Blue Springs City Council confirmed the appointment of the City’s new City Administrator and City Prosecutor at the Monday, April 18, City Council meeting. Read on...
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    Mayor Delivers 2021 State of the City Address

    Mayor Carson Ross delivered his 14th consecutive State of the City Address at the Blue Springs Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Thursday March 17 at Adams Pointe Conference Center. Read on...
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    2021 Citizen’s Survey Results Presented to City Council

    The findings of the 2021 Blue Springs Citizen’s Satisfaction Survey, conducted in the fall of 2021, were presented to the Blue Springs City Council on March 7, 2022. Read on...
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    Blue Springs Police Department Partners with Pawportunities for Animal Control Services

    The City of Blue Springs and the Blue Springs Police Department are partnering with a local animal rescue group, Pawportunities, Inc., to provide Animal Control Services for the City. Read on...
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    City's Severe Weather Siren System Upgraded

    The Central Jackson County Emergency Management Agency has upgraded the storm siren system for the cities of Blue Springs, Grain Valley, Lake Tapawingo and unincorporated portions of the County within the Central Jackson County Fire Protection District. Read on...
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    Blue Springs City Council Adopts $83.5M City Budget

    On Monday, September 20, the Blue Springs City Council voted to adopt the Fiscal Year 2021-22 annual budget of $83,531,171. The new budget will go into effect October 1, 2021. Read on...
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    BLUE SPRINGS REJOINS HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE PROGRAM

    The City of Blue Springs has rejoined the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) Solid Waste Management District (SWMD) Read on...
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