SAVE THE DATE!!! 3rd Annual National Night Out 2024 FREE FREE FREE TICKETS!! Registration is OPEN! Please Register Soonest if you are attending. Links Below - Share Share Share DATE: Tuesday, October 1, 2024 LOCATION: Our Lady of the Cove Catholic Church ADDRESS: 20 Kimberling Blvd, Kimberling City, MO 65686 TIME: 5pm - 8pm WHO: Neighbors, Family, Friends and Children of Kimberling City New additions this Year will be exciting for all. National Night Out 2024 Free Sign-Up Event Link https://fb.me/e/1Q5Zpaiu5 (Find Ticket on Face Book Event) And/or website https://www.ckcmo.com/o/kpd National Night Out 2024 3rd Annual - Kimberling City National Night Out 2024 Registration (cognitoforms.com) https://www.facebook.com/KimberlingCityPD/
1 day ago, Todd Lemoine
NNO24
NNO24
City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 19, 2024.
15 days ago, Laura Cather
City Hall Closed
Officer Clinton Bray received the honor of being the first Kimberling City Officer of the Year. The Officer of the Year is an extension of their Officer of the Month program, which was started in the beginning of 2023 by two Kimberling City Police Corporals to recognize the hard work and dedication of the officers. Bray started with the Kimberling City Police Department in February of 2023. In 2023, Bray had the following stats: - 105 police reports - 403 traffic stops with 236 citations and 386 warnings - 51 arrests including: - 27 drivers license offenses - 8 warrant misdemeanors - 1 warrant felony - 2 trespasses - 5 drugs - 1 assault - 3 domestic - 4 DWI alcohol In addition to his annual stats. Officer Bray completed two weeks of gruesome firearms training to become the city's Firearms Instructor. Kimberling City Police Chief Todd Lemoine said Bray being recognized as Officer of the Year showcases his achievements and commitment to the community. "We wanted to ensure the citizens whom we serve are aware of (the) commitment to excellence, productivity, and distinct achievements (of our officers). The overall goal is to inspire acts of kindness, and professional law enforcement service and to strengthen the trust between the citizens and officers whom we serve,” Lemoine said. “We went a step further to recognize the officer who has excelled the entire year! Our Officer of the Year was the last officer hired in February 2023. He is quickly approaching a successful year under his belt. We, as a team, are excited about his growth, considering his accomplishments over the last 11 months. “Officer Bray has been a tremendous asset to our police department. He immediately became a part of our family and hit the ground running! He is professional, ambitious and has a humorous personality.” The Officer of the Month program was started by Kimberling City Police Corporals Kregel and Boillot. The Officer of the Month/Year Program started shortly after the beginning of 2023. These corporals wanted to be able to recognize the officers. “Every day, the city of Kimberling City Police Department officers perform extraordinary acts in service to our community. But too often, these acts are not properly recognized,” Lemoine said. “The Officer of the Month initiative was developed by the team's supervisors Corporal Kregel and Corporal Boillot. It was put into motion to recognize an Officer who went above and beyond the call of duty. They wanted to ensure that Kimberling City Police Officers receive the recognition they deserve when they exceed our expectations. Not to mention, sharing statistics of proactive community policing.” Boillot said he is proud of his brother in blue and is happy Bray has received this distinction within the department. “It is unbelievable that you have been with the city of Kimberling City Police Department for only eleven months,” Boillot said to Bray. “We are amazed by your knowledge, skills, and the potential to grow within the department. Congratulations on your excellent performance, keep up the hard work. Our organization cannot achieve success in our goals to reach the safest city in the State of Missouri without hard-working employees like you. Thank you for the efforts and diligence that you put into your shift every time you are on duty.” Kregel said Bray is a valuable asset to their department. “Officer Bray has been a tremendous asset to our department and community. Day in and day out, Officer Bray provides essential services to our neighborhoods,” Kregel said. “With more than seven years of experience, Officer Bray brings experience, dedication, professionalism, and integrity to this department. Thank you Officer Bray for serving, for doing a job that puts others first, and for being a hero in the community.”
16 days ago, Todd Lemoine
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The Kimberling City brush/limb drop off will be closed on Friday, January 26, 2024 to give our Public Works crew the day off. Drop off will reopen the following Friday (February 2nd). Thank you for your patience as we give our hard working crew a break after the last winter storm.
about 1 month ago, Laura Cather
Due to incoming ice, City Hall will be closed on Monday, January 22nd. We will repoen on Tuesday. Everyone stay safe and warm. If you have to go out, remember to drive safely and slow and give lots of room between cars.
about 1 month ago, Laura Cather
***Message from Republic Services*** Unfortunately, Republic Services will not be able to run residential routs on Tuesday January 16th due to the inclement weather and road conditions. Our hopes will be to run on Wednesday, servicing Tuesday routes and continuing with Saturday servicing Friday routes. Monday routes will be serviced next week and we will take any extra. If you have questions, please contact Republic Services Customer Service at 1-800-627-1717.
about 2 months ago, Dawne Gardner
PWSD #1 has completed the repairs and water pressure should be returned.
about 2 months ago, Public Works-Randy Reed
PWSD reapir #2
PWSD#1 is currently experiencing an electrical issue. They are working to repair it as fast as possible. Please see their website for updates.
about 2 months ago, Public Works-Randy Reed
pwsd email update.
We have freezing temperatures coming in today. Here's some great tips about freezing pipes.~Randy
about 2 months ago, Public Works-Randy Reed
Winter tips
The Police Committee and Special Events Committee meetings that are scheduled for Tuesday, January 9th, are canceled due to incoming inclement weather. The next regular meetings are: Police Committee-February 13th, 430pm Special Events- February 13th, 5:30pm
about 2 months ago, Laura Cather
Public Works is currently dealing with a sewer emergency. Once that is cleared, they will be out to salt the roads and plow where needed. Please drive safely and watch out for emergency personnel.
about 2 months ago, Public Works-Randy Reed
Save the Date for Fireburst 2024!
about 2 months ago, Dawne Gardner
Fireburst 2024
The Regular Board of Alderman meeting scheduled for Tuesday, January 2nd has been cancelled. The next regular meeting will be Tuesday, February 6th at 6:00pm.
2 months ago, Laura Cather
meeting cxl
City Hall will be closed Monday, January 1st.
2 months ago, Laura Cather
New Year 2024
4th Quarter Newsletter has been mailed!
2 months ago, Dawne Gardner
Newsletter
We hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas!
2 months ago, Laura Cather
City Hall Closed
City Hall will close Tuesday afternoon for our staff Christmas Party!
3 months ago, Dawne Gardner
City Hall Closed
Another year has passed. Today marks 2 Years of passion and success! Congratulate and celebrate Corporal Andrew Boillot on his 2nd Year Anniversary with The City of Kimberling City Police Department. We are grateful of your commitment to excellence, dedication to the community, your professional growth and lastly your faithful service! Corporal Boillot and K9 Officer “Zesta” are an asset to the city.
3 months ago, Todd Lemoine
Corporal Boillot
PWSD will be closing Hilltop Drive at James River Road around 9:30am this morning to complete a water line repair in the area. PWSD #1 has posted the area for possible interruption on their website (see attached picture). When we receive word that the road has been reopened, we will post the update. Please drive carefully and watch for any workers in the area.
3 months ago, Laura Cather
PWSD #1
Thank you to all who have dropped off toys and food at City Hall! We are collecting toys for Unite Tablerock Lake and food for distribution to families in need this holiday season. Today we received a donation of toys that almost filled our box! There is still time to donate! You can drop off toys and/or non-perishable food items at City Hall until December 4. Thank you community!
4 months ago, Dawne Gardner
Box of Toys
Food Box