The Communications Department connects Jackson County residents with information about their government’s services, operations and policies, while also communicating between County departments and offices to maintain an informed and motivated workforce. Communications exists to promote cooperation and connection between Jackson County Government and the diverse communities we serve.

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    Associate of the Month: November 2019

    Pamela O’Riley’s was named Associate of the Month for her astute observation and quick actions which helped save an inmate’s life at the Jackson County Corrections Center. Read on...
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    Drug Task Force joins the Strike Force

    The Jackson County Drug Task Force has joined other local and federal law enforcement agencies to form the Kansas City Metro Strike Force. Read on...
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    Associate of the Month: October 2019

    Jon DeVicariis was named Associate of the Month for his invaluable work with the Collections Department. Read on...
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    Angie Jeffries

    Phone: (816) 881-3085

  2. Communications

    Jackson County Courthouse
    415 E. 12th Street
    Kansas City, MO 64106


    Except Holidays
    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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  1. Jackson County statement on Bass Pro Shops

    Jackson County officials and the Jackson County Health Department have issued the following statement regarding Bass Pro Shops: Read on...
  2. Jackson County Executive statement on Rep. Joe Runions Act

    Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. commends the members of the County Legislature for approving more than $4.5 million for the Runions Act, his emergency funding proposal to combat the toll of COVID-19 on our community. Read on...
  3. Jackson County Executive statement on Kansas City Regional COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

  4. Jackson County Executive proposes Rep. Joe Runions Act, $10 million for COVID-19 response

  5. Jackson County Executive statement on COVID-19

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