FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 30, 2017
It’s time for residents to pick up the Spring/Summer KCMOre magazine and take a deep dive into the latest happenings at the City of Kansas City, Missouri.
The City’s twice-a-year resident engagement magazine is being mailed to more than 100,000 households and additional copies are being distributed at public libraries, community centers and other locations.
For people who can’t wait for a hard copy, an online edition has been posted at kcmo.gov/kcmore.
This edition is filled with articles about programs and services to better help you understand how your tax dollars are working. These include a snapshot of the City’s customer-friendly online tools to secure permits; a feature on the mental health triage center that opened recently; and a candid look at the City’s top event administrator.
Other highlights include:
- The Human Relations Department’s fight to level the playing field for small contractors
- Kansas City Zoo striving for even more success after hitting landmark 1 million visitors last year
- City’s plan to get more people connected to online opportunities
- KCMO funding and resources for cultural events that reflect creativity and diversity
- Contact information for City Council
People attending a community meeting or neighborhood event in the near future should consider dropping by the City Communications Office on the 21st floor of City Hall and taking a stack of magazines to hand out.
Media inquiries should be directed to City Communications Director, Chris Hernandez, by email or by phone at 816-513-3474.