City of Concordia, Missouri

City of Concordia, Missouri Welcome to Concordia! Our social media pages are intended as an informational source for our citizens and visitors. Please contact Concordia City Hall for any questions by calling 660-463-2228.

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The 2021 Concordia City Lake Fireworks - Monday, July 5th at Dark. Sponsored by Concordia Civic Club
06/17/2021

The 2021 Concordia City Lake Fireworks - Monday, July 5th at Dark. Sponsored by Concordia Civic Club

The 2021 Concordia City Lake Fireworks - Monday, July 5th at Dark. Sponsored by Concordia Civic Club

UPDATE ON BONN RD - Along with being closed today, Bonn Rd will have limited access on Thursday 6/17 while gravel is bei...
06/16/2021

UPDATE ON BONN RD - Along with being closed today, Bonn Rd will have limited access on Thursday 6/17 while gravel is being spread. Please use caution.

Bonn Road will be closed today and tomorrow (6/15 & 6/16) from the last house to the South to the end of Alpaca Acres while the maintenance department is cutting the road and preparing for curb on the West side of Bonn Road.

Bonn Road will be closed today and tomorrow (6/15 & 6/16) from the last house to the South to the end of Alpaca Acres wh...
06/15/2021

Bonn Road will be closed today and tomorrow (6/15 & 6/16) from the last house to the South to the end of Alpaca Acres while the maintenance department is cutting the road and preparing for curb on the West side of Bonn Road.

Bonn Road will be closed today and tomorrow (6/15 & 6/16) from the last house to the South to the end of Alpaca Acres while the maintenance department is cutting the road and preparing for curb on the West side of Bonn Road.

🔵OPENING TODAY AT 2PM🔵Concordia Family Aquatic Center is very pleased to update our water temperature is at the verge of...
06/04/2021

🔵OPENING TODAY AT 2PM🔵
Concordia Family Aquatic Center is very pleased to update our water temperature is at the verge of 70 degrees and we will open to public swim by 2pm today. Traditional hours and operational procedures resume.

🔵OPENING TODAY AT 2PM🔵
Concordia Family Aquatic Center is very pleased to update our water temperature is at the verge of 70 degrees and we will open to public swim by 2pm today. Traditional hours and operational procedures resume.

Concordia Family Aquatic Center office is open from 1-6 daily for all passes and swim lesson enrollment. See this year's...
06/03/2021

Concordia Family Aquatic Center office is open from 1-6 daily for all passes and swim lesson enrollment. See this year's price sheet below in the comments.
⚠️Until water and air temperature reach 70 degrees or more we will not offer public swim hours.
🔹️Today's water temperature is currently 68 degrees

Concordia Family Aquatic Center office is open from 1-6 daily for all passes and swim lesson enrollment. See this year's price sheet below in the comments.
⚠️Until water and air temperature reach 70 degrees or more we will not offer public swim hours.
🔹️Today's water temperature is currently 68 degrees

⚠️SW 6th Street & the area of SW 7th & Bismark will be closed or limited access for manhole repair through Friday. Pleas...
06/02/2021

⚠️SW 6th Street & the area of SW 7th & Bismark will be closed or limited access for manhole repair through Friday. Please be cautious when in these areas or find alternative routes.

⚠️SW 6th Street & the area of SW 7th & Bismark will be closed or limited access for manhole repair through Friday. Please be cautious when in these areas or find alternative routes.

05/29/2021

Trash will run one day late because of Memorial Day.

Tuesday, May 25: Manhole repair at SW 8th & S. Charlote with by-pass pumping.  REDUCED TRAFFIC FLOW.Wednesday, May 26, 2...
05/24/2021

Tuesday, May 25: Manhole repair at SW 8th & S. Charlote with by-pass pumping. REDUCED TRAFFIC FLOW.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Manhole repair on SE 7th Street and SW 8th & S. Charlotte.

Tuesday, May 25: Manhole repair at SW 8th & S. Charlote with by-pass pumping. REDUCED TRAFFIC FLOW.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Manhole repair on SE 7th Street and SW 8th & S. Charlotte.

05/02/2021

On Thursday, April 29th, 2021, at approximately 0930 hours, the Lafayette County Drug Task Force and the Concordia Police Department executed a search warrant at a residence in the 800 block of S. St. Louis St. Melissa Grigsby (age 42, of Concordia) was arrested for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), and for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. The Lafayette County Prosecutor's Office filed charges, and a warrant was issued for Grigsby with a bond set at $7,500.00 cash or surety.

This week I want you to meet our newest “rookie” officer who goes above and beyond to keep our community safe. Meet Offi...
04/28/2021

This week I want you to meet our newest “rookie” officer who goes above and beyond to keep our community safe. Meet Officer Noah Moree #206. Officer Moree was born in November of 1997 in Clinton, MO. He grew up all his childhood in Clinton, MO and Lowry City, MO. He graduated from Lakeland R-3 High School near Lowry City, MO in 2016.

After high school, Officer Moree wanted to have a career in law enforcement. He started his law enforcement career in 2017 with the Henry County Sheriff’s Department where he worked as a jailer. Officer Moree then went to go work for the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department as a jailer in 2019. He enjoyed working in the jail but wanted to be a road deputy or officer, so he decided to go the next step in his career by attending the police academy. In 2019 Officer Moree attended Central Missouri Police Academy in Warrensburg, MO. After he graduated from the police academy, Officer Moree joined the Concordia Police Department in December of 2019 to serve the City of Concordia as a police officer. Officer Moree continues to serve our community.

When Officer Moree is off duty he enjoys going back to Lowry City to enjoy spending time with his family and friends. He is a devoted fisherman and hunter. Officer Moree enjoys sports and is a die-hard Kansas City Chiefs and Kansas City Royals fan. He enjoys playing War Thunder and other games on his computer. Officer Moree has an interest in military aircraft to where he spends a lot of time building scale models of aircrafts. Officer Moree enjoys all types of food especially home cooked food. Officer Moree likes to eat steaks, seafood, and deer jerky.

Concordia Police Department and the City of Concordia are blessed to have an officer such as Officer Moree. Officer Moree is a pro-active officer who brings a lot of talent and skills to our department. We couldn’t keep Concordia safe without Officer Moree’s hard work and dedication. He is a huge reason why Concordia is a safe community to live and raise your children. Thank you, Officer Moree for your hard work and dedication to the City of Concordia, and for everything you do to keep our community safe. We together can keep Concordia great.

This week I want you to meet our newest “rookie” officer who goes above and beyond to keep our community safe. Meet Officer Noah Moree #206. Officer Moree was born in November of 1997 in Clinton, MO. He grew up all his childhood in Clinton, MO and Lowry City, MO. He graduated from Lakeland R-3 High School near Lowry City, MO in 2016.

After high school, Officer Moree wanted to have a career in law enforcement. He started his law enforcement career in 2017 with the Henry County Sheriff’s Department where he worked as a jailer. Officer Moree then went to go work for the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department as a jailer in 2019. He enjoyed working in the jail but wanted to be a road deputy or officer, so he decided to go the next step in his career by attending the police academy. In 2019 Officer Moree attended Central Missouri Police Academy in Warrensburg, MO. After he graduated from the police academy, Officer Moree joined the Concordia Police Department in December of 2019 to serve the City of Concordia as a police officer. Officer Moree continues to serve our community.

When Officer Moree is off duty he enjoys going back to Lowry City to enjoy spending time with his family and friends. He is a devoted fisherman and hunter. Officer Moree enjoys sports and is a die-hard Kansas City Chiefs and Kansas City Royals fan. He enjoys playing War Thunder and other games on his computer. Officer Moree has an interest in military aircraft to where he spends a lot of time building scale models of aircrafts. Officer Moree enjoys all types of food especially home cooked food. Officer Moree likes to eat steaks, seafood, and deer jerky.

Concordia Police Department and the City of Concordia are blessed to have an officer such as Officer Moree. Officer Moree is a pro-active officer who brings a lot of talent and skills to our department. We couldn’t keep Concordia safe without Officer Moree’s hard work and dedication. He is a huge reason why Concordia is a safe community to live and raise your children. Thank you, Officer Moree for your hard work and dedication to the City of Concordia, and for everything you do to keep our community safe. We together can keep Concordia great.

⚠️IMPORTANT REMINDER - This week, the City of Concordia pulled these "flushable" & baby wipes from the sewer pipes.⚠️Als...
04/15/2021

⚠️IMPORTANT REMINDER - This week, the City of Concordia pulled these "flushable" & baby wipes from the sewer pipes.
⚠️Also avoid putting grease down your drain.

⚠️IMPORTANT REMINDER - This week, the City of Concordia pulled these "flushable" & baby wipes from the sewer pipes.
⚠️Also avoid putting grease down your drain.

This week I want you to meet our detective who goes above and beyond to keep our community safe.  Meet Detective Danny L...
04/11/2021

This week I want you to meet our detective who goes above and beyond to keep our community safe. Meet Detective Danny Long #205. Det. Long grew up in Higginsville Missouri with his family. At the age of 13, Det. Long lost his father in a tragic motor vehicle accident at the intersection of 23 Hwy and 20 Hwy near Alma Missouri. At a young age the officers and troopers who worked the accident left a big impression on him that made him want to become a police officer when he became an adult. In 1986, Det. Long graduated from Higginsville high School. After high school he went on to attend Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg. Det. Long graduated from college in 1991 with his Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice.

Det. Long married his first wife in 1990. Him and his first wife have two children together. They had a son named Jakob and a daughter named Shelby who are now adults. Det. Long has 3 grandsons (Jaxon age 8, Gaven age 4, and Greyson age 2). Det. Long enjoys spending time with his grandchildren and sharing all his cool cop stories with them.

Det. Long started his law enforcement career in the fall of 1991 with the Lafayette County Sheriff's Department where he started as a jailer and a dispatcher and then later became a road deputy. Det. Long worked for the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department for 7 years. Det. Long then went to work at Hallmark Cards Inc. in Kansas City as a Corporate Security Guard for 10 years, and then later worked for the Federal Reserve Bank in the protection department for 3 years. Detective Long also served the City of Higginsville as a reserve officer for 16 years. Detective Long later worked for the Bates City Police Department for 15 years. He served the last 5 years at Bates City Police Department as the Chief of Police.

In 2017, Det. Long married his current wife, Dana. Dana works as a dispatcher for the Higginsville Central Dispatch who dispatch for most if not all the Lafayette County emergency agencies (Police, Fire, EMS). Det. Long always jokes that Dana doesn’t only boss him around at home, but she also bosses him around at work when she dispatches him to calls.

On April 1st, 2019, Det. Long began serving the great citizens of Concordia as a Police officer. On November 18th, 2019, he was promoted to detective. Det. Long has solved several cases as detective and brings some great experience to that position. Det. Long is part of the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) who help those who suffer from mental health. He is also a member of the Missouri Rural Major Case Squad. As a member of the major Case Squad, he responds to assist other law enforcement agencies with homicide investigations in other jurisdictions. Det. Long is a pro-active officer who brings a lot of talent and expertise to our department. Det. Long enjoys serving the community and said that this was the best police agency he ever worked for. Det. Long enjoyed going to McDonalds before the COVID-19 pandemic hit to enjoy a nice hot cup of coffee with some local men at McDonald’s who he refers to as the “dirty dozen” crew. Det. Long misses them deeply and can’t wait until they can meet inside McDonald’s again in the future.

Det. Long spends his off-duty time fishing, spending time with Dana, and spending time with his grandchildren. Det. Long loves to eat anything Dana cooks, and anything that Dana makes him eat. Det. Long also loves any kind of donut just like every other cop. Det. Long plans to work at the Concordia Police Department for 8 to 10 more years until he can retire. When Det. Long retires he plans on becoming a fulltime fisherman, and a Lake of the Ozarks bum.

Concordia Police Department and the City of Concordia are blessed to have a detective such as Det. Long. Det. Long is a great detective, and an even better person. We couldn’t keep Concordia safe without Det. Long’s hard work and dedication. He is a huge reason why Concordia is a safe community to live and raise your children. Thank you, Det. Long for your hard work and dedication to the City of Concordia, and for everything you do to keep our community safe. We together can keep Concordia great.

This week I want you to meet our detective who goes above and beyond to keep our community safe. Meet Detective Danny Long #205. Det. Long grew up in Higginsville Missouri with his family. At the age of 13, Det. Long lost his father in a tragic motor vehicle accident at the intersection of 23 Hwy and 20 Hwy near Alma Missouri. At a young age the officers and troopers who worked the accident left a big impression on him that made him want to become a police officer when he became an adult. In 1986, Det. Long graduated from Higginsville high School. After high school he went on to attend Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg. Det. Long graduated from college in 1991 with his Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice.

Det. Long married his first wife in 1990. Him and his first wife have two children together. They had a son named Jakob and a daughter named Shelby who are now adults. Det. Long has 3 grandsons (Jaxon age 8, Gaven age 4, and Greyson age 2). Det. Long enjoys spending time with his grandchildren and sharing all his cool cop stories with them.

Det. Long started his law enforcement career in the fall of 1991 with the Lafayette County Sheriff's Department where he started as a jailer and a dispatcher and then later became a road deputy. Det. Long worked for the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department for 7 years. Det. Long then went to work at Hallmark Cards Inc. in Kansas City as a Corporate Security Guard for 10 years, and then later worked for the Federal Reserve Bank in the protection department for 3 years. Detective Long also served the City of Higginsville as a reserve officer for 16 years. Detective Long later worked for the Bates City Police Department for 15 years. He served the last 5 years at Bates City Police Department as the Chief of Police.

In 2017, Det. Long married his current wife, Dana. Dana works as a dispatcher for the Higginsville Central Dispatch who dispatch for most if not all the Lafayette County emergency agencies (Police, Fire, EMS). Det. Long always jokes that Dana doesn’t only boss him around at home, but she also bosses him around at work when she dispatches him to calls.

On April 1st, 2019, Det. Long began serving the great citizens of Concordia as a Police officer. On November 18th, 2019, he was promoted to detective. Det. Long has solved several cases as detective and brings some great experience to that position. Det. Long is part of the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) who help those who suffer from mental health. He is also a member of the Missouri Rural Major Case Squad. As a member of the major Case Squad, he responds to assist other law enforcement agencies with homicide investigations in other jurisdictions. Det. Long is a pro-active officer who brings a lot of talent and expertise to our department. Det. Long enjoys serving the community and said that this was the best police agency he ever worked for. Det. Long enjoyed going to McDonalds before the COVID-19 pandemic hit to enjoy a nice hot cup of coffee with some local men at McDonald’s who he refers to as the “dirty dozen” crew. Det. Long misses them deeply and can’t wait until they can meet inside McDonald’s again in the future.

Det. Long spends his off-duty time fishing, spending time with Dana, and spending time with his grandchildren. Det. Long loves to eat anything Dana cooks, and anything that Dana makes him eat. Det. Long also loves any kind of donut just like every other cop. Det. Long plans to work at the Concordia Police Department for 8 to 10 more years until he can retire. When Det. Long retires he plans on becoming a fulltime fisherman, and a Lake of the Ozarks bum.

Concordia Police Department and the City of Concordia are blessed to have a detective such as Det. Long. Det. Long is a great detective, and an even better person. We couldn’t keep Concordia safe without Det. Long’s hard work and dedication. He is a huge reason why Concordia is a safe community to live and raise your children. Thank you, Det. Long for your hard work and dedication to the City of Concordia, and for everything you do to keep our community safe. We together can keep Concordia great.

03/30/2021
This week I want you to meet an officer that goes above and beyond to keep Concordia Safe. Meet Officer Patrick Yost #20...
03/27/2021

This week I want you to meet an officer that goes above and beyond to keep Concordia Safe. Meet Officer Patrick Yost #204. Officer Yost was born in Newport News, Virginia. When he was a child, he moved with his family to Whiteman Air Force Base in 1989. His father served our country in the United States Air Force for 20 plus years. When Officer Yost became an adult, he started a career in shipbuilding in Newport News, Virginia. He built aircraft carriers for the United States Navy. Officer Yost was later laid off from that job. After he was laid off, he decided he wanted to start a career in law enforcement.

Officer Yost started his career in 2010 with the Johnson County Sheriff's Department where he served as a jailer. He was later promoted to a corporal in the jail. In 2013, Officer Yost attended the Missouri Sheriff’s Association Academy in Clinton, MO. After he graduated from the police academy, he went to work at the Lafayette County Jail as a Jailer. Later that year, he was promoted to jail sergeant where he was a first line supervisor for the jailers. He also worked as a reserve officer for the Holden Police Department. In 2016, Officer Yost left the Lafayette County Sheriff's Department to go back to work with the Johnson County Sheriff's Department where he served as bailiff. In December of 2017, He started at the Concordia Police Department where he currently serves as a police officer. Officer Yost is a firearms instructor for the Concordia Police Department and is also part of the Crisis Intervention Team (C.I.T.) where he helps those who suffer with mental health issues.

Officer Yost currently resides in Warrensburg along with his 16-year-old son (Logan) and with his mother. He has two other kids (Alec and Zackary) who are now adults. When Officer Yost is off duty, he enjoys spending his time fishing, hunting, and camping with his kids. He enjoys spending most of his time outdoors when the weather is nice. Officer Yost enjoys dark chocolate cake with cream icing and German chocolate icing. His favorite foods are anything that is homemade. Officer Yost also likes German, Polish, Pennsylvania Duch, Irish, and Croatian foods. He enjoys eating any kind of donut especially cream filled ones.

Officer Yost doesn’t smile much on the outside, but he is always smiling on the inside. Officer Yost works on his smile more and more each and every day. When you get to know Officer Yost, he is a down to earth person who is very kind and caring. Concordia Police Department and the City of Concordia are blessed to have an officer such as Officer Yost. We couldn’t keep Concordia safe without Officer Yost’s hard work and dedication. He is a big reason why Concordia is a safe community to live and raise your children. Thank you, Officer Yost for your hard work and dedication to the City of Concordia, and for everything you do to keep our community safe. We together can keep Concordia great.

This week I want you to meet an officer that goes above and beyond to keep Concordia Safe. Meet Officer Patrick Yost #204. Officer Yost was born in Newport News, Virginia. When he was a child, he moved with his family to Whiteman Air Force Base in 1989. His father served our country in the United States Air Force for 20 plus years. When Officer Yost became an adult, he started a career in shipbuilding in Newport News, Virginia. He built aircraft carriers for the United States Navy. Officer Yost was later laid off from that job. After he was laid off, he decided he wanted to start a career in law enforcement.

Officer Yost started his career in 2010 with the Johnson County Sheriff's Department where he served as a jailer. He was later promoted to a corporal in the jail. In 2013, Officer Yost attended the Missouri Sheriff’s Association Academy in Clinton, MO. After he graduated from the police academy, he went to work at the Lafayette County Jail as a Jailer. Later that year, he was promoted to jail sergeant where he was a first line supervisor for the jailers. He also worked as a reserve officer for the Holden Police Department. In 2016, Officer Yost left the Lafayette County Sheriff's Department to go back to work with the Johnson County Sheriff's Department where he served as bailiff. In December of 2017, He started at the Concordia Police Department where he currently serves as a police officer. Officer Yost is a firearms instructor for the Concordia Police Department and is also part of the Crisis Intervention Team (C.I.T.) where he helps those who suffer with mental health issues.

Officer Yost currently resides in Warrensburg along with his 16-year-old son (Logan) and with his mother. He has two other kids (Alec and Zackary) who are now adults. When Officer Yost is off duty, he enjoys spending his time fishing, hunting, and camping with his kids. He enjoys spending most of his time outdoors when the weather is nice. Officer Yost enjoys dark chocolate cake with cream icing and German chocolate icing. His favorite foods are anything that is homemade. Officer Yost also likes German, Polish, Pennsylvania Duch, Irish, and Croatian foods. He enjoys eating any kind of donut especially cream filled ones.

Officer Yost doesn’t smile much on the outside, but he is always smiling on the inside. Officer Yost works on his smile more and more each and every day. When you get to know Officer Yost, he is a down to earth person who is very kind and caring. Concordia Police Department and the City of Concordia are blessed to have an officer such as Officer Yost. We couldn’t keep Concordia safe without Officer Yost’s hard work and dedication. He is a big reason why Concordia is a safe community to live and raise your children. Thank you, Officer Yost for your hard work and dedication to the City of Concordia, and for everything you do to keep our community safe. We together can keep Concordia great.

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618 S Main St
Concordia, MO
64020

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:30 - 16:30
Thursday 08:30 - 16:30
Friday 08:30 - 17:00

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+16604632228

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