Join Cecelia Robinson, Historian with the Clay County African American Legacy, Inc., as she takes you on tour of the African American Legacy Memorial and the Garrison School. This tour will begin at the entrance of the African American Legacy Memorial on the east side of Fairview Cemetery (the cemetery is bounded by Terrace Avenue and West Shrader Street) at 10 a.m.
Attendees will then drive to the Garrison School (502 N. Water St.) to learn more about the newly added and updated exhibits.
Meetings will be held on the first and third Tuesday of the month if there are cases to be considered.
Parks & Rec Maintenance Building at City Park
The Liberty Tree Board’s mission is to develop and maintain the community’s trees and forest in a strong, healthy condition for today and the future. The Board advises and supports the city’s Community Forestry Program.
Conference Room at the Liberty Community Center
The Liberty Parks & Rec Advisory Board is a twelve-member appointed group of citizens by the Mayor with approval of City Council. The board is responsible for making recommendations to the City Council regarding the acquisition and development of public parks and recreation facilities as well as the provision of community recreation programs.
Regular sessions of the City Council generally are typically held on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at City Hall. It is at these meetings that City Council takes formal action.
This meeting was cancelled due to lack of agenda items. Planning and Zoning Commission Meetings meet the second Tuesday of every month in the Council Chambers, 2nd floor, City Hall unless otherwise noted on the posted agenda
Liberty Arts Commission meets on the second Thursday every month at 6 p.m. in the 3rd Floor Conference Room.
Vendor Booths surround the Historic Liberty Square (1 Courthouse Square, Liberty, MO 64068 )
Regular volunteer work days are scheduled to trim brush and pick up trash at the Fairview, New Hope and Mt. Memorial Cemeteries. Work days are generally held on the 3rd Saturday of the month (March - October).
The disposal site is located on new 210 Highway, approximately a 1/2 mile east of Highway 291.
Each month, April through October, the City will test outdoor sirens at 11 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month. The City will not sound the sirens on these days if the weather conditions do not allow.
For alerts indoors, every home and business should have a NOAA All-Weather Radio. This type of radio is like a smoke detector for severe weather, and it can wake you up when a warning is issued for your area so you can take appropriate action.
Prizes available for the first 500 children who complete the activity and return it to the Liberty Community Center. Limit one prize per child. There must be someone present for each activity sheet submitted. Completed activity sheets will be accepted through Nov. 3, or until all the prizes are gone!
Join Liberty Parks & Rec for Howl-O-Ween, a bad to the bone event for you and your pup! Dress your dog in their too cute to spook costume for our doggy costume contest. There will also be dog photos, a food truck and raffle prizes. The raffle ticket sales will go toward improvements at Stocksdale Dog Park. Let's get this scary-cute pawty started!