County News

Communications Director


Angie Jeffries AJeffries@jacksongov.org 816-881-1391 (o) • 816-878-1930 (c) • Current News Releases & Media Advisories
  1. COMBAT Picnic

    COMBAT Picnic 2017

    Warm, sunny weather was a great way to kick off the fall season and the biannual Jackson County COMBAT Community picnic in Raytown’s Colman-Livengood Park on Saturday. Read on...
  2. New Jacomo Facility

    Jackson County Parks + Rec Improvements

    In addition to the new bike share station at Longview Trail, approximately one mile of the trail’s surface at the south end of the trail around O’Donnell Park has been repaved. Read on...
  3. tax_sale2

    Delinquent Land Tax Foreclosure Sale

    The 2017 Delinquent Land Tax Foreclosure Sale concluded August 26 and the results were very encouraging. Read on...
  4. Planning After JCDC Facility Assessment

    A nearly 450-page facility condition assessment report of the Jackson County Department of Corrections Complex concludes that Jackson County should pursue a new corrections facility to serve the community. Additional Info...
  5. Cleanup August 1

    End of Year COMBAT Cleanup and Rx Drug Take Back

    Jackson County COMBAT and County Executive Frank White, Jr. welcomed neighbors, volunteers and The Kansas City Police Department out to Oak Park neighborhood for the final cleanup and prescription drug take back of the year. Read on...
View All
  1. Jackson County COMBAT Awards Ceremony recognizes community heroes

    Jackson County COMBAT will recognize four outstanding community advocates during its awards ceremony and dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at Pennway Place at Studio Dan Meiners, located at 2500 W. Pennway in Kansas City, Missouri. Read on...
  2. Little Blue Trace Trail Extension to open

    Jackson County Parks + Rec, in partnership with the City of Kansas City, Missouri, is excited to celebrate the grand opening of the Little Blue Trace Trail Extension with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Read on...
  3. Jackson County celebrates two Bureau of Justice Assistance grants that benefit PDMP

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County is celebrating the award of two Bureau of Justice Assistance grants to further the work of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP). St. Louis County received notice of the awards last week. Read on...
View All