ANNOUNCEMENT: Police Committee Meeting When: April 9, 2024 Time: 4:30pm Where: The City of Kimberling City - City Hall Who: Citizens of Kimberling City
3 months ago, Todd Lemoine
So people won't show up on the 9th day of the 14th month, we corrected our "Save the Date" flyer for the 2024 Fall Festival!!! Please save the date of the Fall Festival for the 14th day of the 9th month (September)! :)
3 months ago, Dawne Gardner
Fall Festival
*****ATTENTION***** INFORMATION BELOW ON MODOT RESURFACING PROJECT SOUTH OF KIMBERLING CITY BRIDGE STARTING MONDAY APRIL 8! Nighttime Resurfacing Work on Missouri Route 13 in Stone County Beginning Monday, April 8 Stone County – Drivers can expect lane closures and occasional traffic delays on Missouri Route 13 in Stone County during nighttime hours for a resurfacing project beginning Monday, April 8, the Missouri Department of Transportation said. Project Information: • Route 13 between the Table Rock Lake bridge in Kimberling City and the Arkansas State line in Blue Eye o Route 13 will receive a new asphalt driving surface, edge line rumble strips, shoulder repairs, guardrail, and road markings in various locations o Work will be done during nighttime hours of 6 p.m. – 6 a.m. from Monday - Friday Traffic Impacts: • Traffic reduced to one lane where contractor crews are laying asphalt during nighttime hours • Route 13 is Open • Drivers on Route 13 will encounter flaggers and pilot cars directing them through the work zone. Drivers should wait for the pilot vehicle before proceeding through the work zones or before entering the work zones from a side road. • No signed detour • Drivers should find alternate routes • Signs and message boards will alert drivers approaching the work zone • Crews and equipment close to traffic in areas Weather and/or construction delays will alter the work schedule. Project Information: • Prime contractor: Capital Paving & Construction, Columbia • Total project cost: $2.1 million • Contract completion date: July 1, 2025
3 months ago, Dawne Gardner
Don't forget! Easter Egg Hunt is tomorrow, Saturday March 30, 10:30 until Noon at Port of Kimberling! Vendors, crafts, music and the Easter Bunny will be there! Fun for all. We hope to see you there!
4 months ago, Dawne Gardner
Easter Egg Hunt
Lakeshores repair has been completed. We have to let the concrete cure for 24 hours before we can open the road fully. We've narrowed the closed section to make it safer for cars to get around. Thank you all for your patience!~ Randy
4 months ago, Randy Reed
roadwork
April Board of Alderman Meeting has been moved to Wednesday April 3, 2024 so everyone can get out and vote on Election Day!
4 months ago, Dawne Gardner
April Board of Alderman
Everyone is present and accounted for. Roadwork for Lakeshore Drive, near the pond, will begin at 8am. There will be traffic control in place. Please use caution when driving in this area.
4 months ago, Randy Reed
roadwork
Lakeshore Drives repair has to be rescheduled again. We have another team member out sick today. I apologize for the delay, but it will take all of us to repair this section safely. I will post when we are able to complete the repair.~Randy
4 months ago, Randy Reed
roadwork canceled
I apologize for the late notice! We are postponing the Lakeshore Drive Repair until Tomorrow at 8am. We are currently dealing with a sewer emergency!~Randy
4 months ago, Randy Reed
roadwork canceled
Kimberling City's Spring Clean Up is scheduled! May 13-May 17! NOTE: the 1st quarter City Newsletter that has just been mailed out this week was already printed with a tentative date. THIS DATE REPLACES WHAT IS IN THE NEWSLETTER.
4 months ago, Dawne Gardner
2024 Spring Cleanup
We have to postpone the roadwork on Lakeshore this morning. One of the crew is sick. This job requires all 5 of us in Public Works to complete safely. We are going to reschedule the work for Tuesday 3-26-2024 at 8am. We apologize for the inconvenience. We are blocking off the worse section to prevent damage to vehicles. Thank you for your patience.~ Randy
4 months ago, Randy Reed
Roadwork Canceled
Tomorrow, starting at 8 am, the Public Works Department will commence repairs on a section of Lakeshore Drive between Sunnybrooke and Pond Place. Traffic control measures will be implemented to facilitate smooth movement. This repair is anticipated to be extensive. Please note that following excavation and base repair, a segment of the road will need to be closed for a few days to allow the concrete to properly set before reopening. We urge all motorists to exercise caution and afford the work crew ample space to carry out their tasks. Thank you for your cooperation.~ Randy
4 months ago, Randy Reed
Road construction
Table Rock Community Bank has issued a Scam Warning. Please follow the directions they have given. 🛑ALERT: Some customers have been receiving calls from an individual claiming to be with our Fraud Department. They ask about a fraudulent charge and attempt to walk the customer through making changes to their online banking. The phone number will appear as 417.739.9300. If you receive one of these calls, hang up immediately and contact us at 417.272.9300. Never give them personal information or make any changes to your account.
4 months ago, Randy Reed
Scam alert
The Easter Bunny wants to see you at the Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday March 30!
4 months ago, Dawne Gardner
Easter Egg Hunt
Statewide Tornado Drill takes place today!
4 months ago, Dawne Gardner
statewide tornado drill
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/
5 months ago, Todd Lemoine
NNO24
NNO24
City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 19, 2024.
5 months 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.”
5 months ago, Todd Lemoine
OOY2023
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.
6 months 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.
6 months ago, Laura Cather