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09/26/2023

Water samples came back GOOD so Boil Notice is lifted.

Share the news. Thanks!

09/23/2023

BOIL NOTICE

Every residence and business SOUTH of Big LOST CREEK is under a boil notice.

This is an advisory to boil water that is being used for human consumption in case of possible contaminants.

Please check this page for updates as it will be posted here when notice is lifted.

09/06/2023

ROAD CLOSURE TODAY - paving project

Oneida Street from Ortega's Mexican Grill on east and including up to the railroad tracks will be closed. Also, vehicles will not be able to access Strait Avenue to tracks from Highway K.

09/05/2023

Residential trash will be picked up on Thursday this week due to the Labor Day holiday.

08/17/2023

Boil Notice is LIFTED!!! Water samples came back good.... no contaminants were found.

08/16/2023

Water test results are scheduled to be back Thursday. When received, we will post the result of pass or fail so check back on this page for updates. Thanks.

08/14/2023

UPDATE: This is no longer in effect.

ROAD CLOSURE:

Washington Ave. from Saint Louise St. up to Parkside Ln. will be closed temporarily while making water line repairs.

There will be no access to Saint Louise from Washington/Old 60 Hwy., but Parkside will be open to its residents.

08/14/2023

BOIL NOTICE:

This boil notice is for residents on Washington Ave. and all residents South of Washington Ave.

A Boil Notice is an advisory to boil water that is being used for consumption in case of possible contaminates. Water sample results could potentially be back on Tuesday, August 15 at the earliest but more likely on Wednesday, the 16th, so check back here for updates.

07/24/2023

BLESS OUR CITY DAY

The Seneca City Council and Local Churches are sponsoring a work day on Saturday, August 19, 2023, from 7 a.m. to 12 noon.

To see if you are eligible for these services, you will need to pick up an "application for help" from City Hall to request what services you are interested in. Once applications are received, they will be reviewed to determine if you are eligible for help. If approved, you will need to be home that morning on the work day so workers can make contact with you.

SERVICES OFFERED: Hauling off old appliances, furniture, etc.; light yard work; large tree limbs removed; or help with a small project you are unable to do on your own.

**** PICK UP APPLICATIONS at CITY HALL ****

06/28/2023

Boil Notice has been lifted as water sample tests came back with no problems.

06/23/2023

A Boil Notice is in effect for the following residents:

- Residents SOUTH of Neosho Street all along Saint Louise up to Little Lost Creek

- Residents on Saint Eugene and Saint Patrick streets

Neosho Street residents are NOT included in the boil notice.

A Boil Notice is an advisory to boil water that is being used for consumption in case of possible contaminates. Water sample results will potentially be back on Tuesday, June 27, so check back here for updates.

02/01/2023

Republic trash services will be running a day late due to bad weather.

12/22/2022

The Recycle Center will be closed until Tuesday, December 27.

12/21/2022

Starting late this afternoon or early evening, Public Works will be closing the low water bridge by the elementary school due to the possibility of inclement weather that is being forecasted.

Stay safe and warm!

A young gentleman brought this sweet dog in this evening to see if we could find his owners. He was found around the jun...
12/09/2022

A young gentleman brought this sweet dog in this evening to see if we could find his owners. He was found around the junior high.

If this is your dog or you know who he belongs to, please contact us through this post or through messenger so that he can be reunited with his family.

Thanks!

Public Works has been trying to catch this pitbull dog for days but as soon as the dog sees anyone, it starts running to...
10/20/2022

Public Works has been trying to catch this pitbull dog for days but as soon as the dog sees anyone, it starts running to the woods, etc. and cannot be caught. The sightings have been in the area around Skyline Dr.

If anyone knows who the owner is or has any other pertinent information, please call City Hall at 417-776-2723.

Please use precautionary measures should you come in close contact as its bahavior is unknown.

Thanks!

This Sheba dog has been missing awhile. If anyone has seen it or knows anything, please call City Hall at 417-776-2723 w...
09/02/2022

This Sheba dog has been missing awhile. If anyone has seen it or knows anything, please call City Hall at 417-776-2723 with information.

The owners are missing their family member!

It would be appreciated if this was shared.

Thanks!

09/02/2022

REMINDER: City Hall will be CLOSED on Monday, September 5 for Labor Day.

Trash will be picked up on THURSDAY instead of Wednesday for that week.

Have a great weekend and holiday!

08/17/2022

BOIL NOTICE has been LIFTED!

08/15/2022

BOIL NOTICE:

This will affect G&W Foods, People's Bank, Dollar General, Prater's Pharmacy, Farmer's Laundry, Heavenly Donuts, the building behind the laundromat, Salon 517, Lankford Insurance, the Tax office, Simple Simon's, Alvin Elbert apartments and the 2 residences on the west side of Cherokee right before Lewis Dr.

This will be in effect until test results are received (normally around 24-48 hours) and will be posted here on facebook as soon as they are received.

Thanks

08/02/2022

City Hall is closed tomorrow - Tuesday, August 2 - for the Primary Election.

07/27/2022

Water Samples came back good, so Boil Notice has been LIFTED.

07/05/2022

A little late on the reminder, but due to the holiday, residential trash will be picked up on Thursday.

06/11/2022

ATTENTION: Residents around Greenfield Circle may experience no water due to a waterline being hit. Public Works is at the site now working to get the situation resolved.

Please spread the word to friends/family in that area who may not be on Facebook.

Thanks!

06/01/2022

Another reminder.... the flowers on the graves at the cemetery must be removed by JUNE 6.

05/31/2022

Just a reminder.... trash pickup is a day late this week because of the holiday. So, don't panic when Wednesday rolls by and your trash is still not picked up. Leave it there for a Thursday pick-up.

04/27/2022

Boil Notice has been lifted. Samples were good!

04/24/2022

BOIL NOTICE:

Residents from Warnall Circle to Steele Lane are under a Boil Notice. Basically, everyone south of Warnall is included.

It will be posted here when that is lifted.

Correction - made a correction to above notice from Lonnie Ln to Steele Ln - Heard the name Lonnie Steele and went with Lonnie Ln instead. Sorry!!!!!!

04/24/2022

The water towers on Lewis and Sherwood are having problems. Just letting you know that Public Works is aware and currently working on it. There is no known time frame of when it will be resolved.

Thank you

Just a reminder... you can pay your water bill through our website. Nothing fancy, but available 24/7.www.cityofseneca.o...
04/20/2022

Just a reminder... you can pay your water bill through our website. Nothing fancy, but available 24/7.

www.cityofseneca.org

Seneca Missouri was platted by European Americans in 1869, following the American Civil War. The city was named for the Seneca Nation, one of the Six Nations of the Iroquois League, or Haudenosaunee. “This tribe was moved to the Indian Territory not many miles west of town. The word is a corruptio...

Election Day is tomorrow. City Hall will be open for voters but not for water payments.Just in case you have forgotten o...
04/04/2022

Election Day is tomorrow. City Hall will be open for voters but not for water payments.

Just in case you have forgotten or didn't know, our website is available 24/7 for making water bill payments.
www.cityofseneca.org

Thanks!

Seneca Missouri was platted by European Americans in 1869, following the American Civil War. The city was named for the Seneca Nation, one of the Six Nations of the Iroquois League, or Haudenosaunee. “This tribe was moved to the Indian Territory not many miles west of town. The word is a corruptio...

03/29/2022

CITY WIDE CLEAN UP
May 11, 12, 13 & on the 14th until Noon.

Residents will need to bring their items to Public Works (where the Recycle Center is located).

Must bring a current water bill for proof of residency.

This is NOT for regular household trash that is picked up every week.

NO BATTERIES, SHINGLES, PAINT or TIRES!

ALSO, this is NOT for yard cleanup of limbs, leaves, etc.

03/29/2022

We have the dates!!!

CITY WIDE YARD SALE
May 6, 7, 8

Next post will be the CITY WIDE CLEANUP dates!

A reward is now being offered for Bob. Please read post below and share, share, share. Thank you!
02/27/2022

A reward is now being offered for Bob. Please read post below and share, share, share. Thank you!

----  A REWARD is now being offered. ----Has anyone seen this sweet dog?"Bob is a Veteran Explosives K9 and service dog....
02/25/2022

---- A REWARD is now being offered. ----

Has anyone seen this sweet dog?

"Bob is a Veteran Explosives K9 and service dog. He didn’t have a collar on, has one half of one of his ears missing, is a bobtail, and has mild PTSD to loud noises. He is trusting but can be shy. He may have been picked up or wandered off from our home on Kapok & 43 Hwy yesterday."

My name is Chandler Wyrick and you can reach me at (417) 850-0696 or my husband Robbie Wyrick (417) 499-7725

02/23/2022

The RECYCLE CENTER will be CLOSED for the rest of the week.

Please stay safe and warm.

02/23/2022

Republic Services informed us they had some trouble today when emptying the poly carts. Evidently, moisture has gotten into the carts and froze some of the trash to the bottom of the carts. Therefore, not all trash is emptying out of some carts. They just wanted residents to be aware of why there could be some trash left in their carts.

As for the weather conditions.... not sure if Republic was done with Seneca before the weather moved in. If not, they may have difficulty navigating some areas.

02/11/2022

Attention THOMAS LN residents: Water samples were good so the BOIL NOTICE has been lifted.

Have a good weekend!

02/09/2022

Attention: All THOMAS LN residents are under a boil notice until further notification.

02/09/2022

Attention THOMAS LN residents:

Public Works is getting ready to shut off water for an installation. If all goes according to plan, water should be back on around 4:00 or 5:00.

Thank you

Address

1303 Cherokee Avenue
Seneca, MO
64865

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 8am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 8am - 4:30pm
Thursday 8am - 4:30pm
Friday 8am - 4:30pm

Telephone

+14177762723

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City Hall will be closed this Friday, December 31, for the New Year's Day holiday. See you next year!
City Hall will be closed Thursday and Friday for the Christmas holiday. Wishing everyone the best during this season!
The street is being cut about half-way up Cherry St. in order to connect new construction to the city sewer. There should not be any water turn-offs involved. Just letting residents know in case they have plans to be on that street. Thank you.
Trash pickup will be on the regular scheduled routes next week... if anyone was wondering.
City Hall will be closed this week. If needing to make a water payment, please use the drop box at the front or call 417-776-2723 for credit card payments or any questions. Thank you.
Looking for this dog's owner. Photos of dog must be provided for proof of ownership.
VETERANS' MEMORIAL DEDICATION
AGENDA
Thursday, Nov. 11 - 4:00 p.m.
(PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LAWN CHAIR)

Trumpet: Call to Assembly

Prayer: Lynn Ragsdale

Lee Hall: What is a veteran?

"Blessed"

Speakers: Jay Ashcroft - Bill White - Dirk Deaton

Presentation of the Colors

Posting of the Colors
Trumpet plays "Reveille"
Colors are raised
Trumpet plays "To the Colors"
Choir and audience sing "The Star Spangled Banner"

Sid Poor: Flag story

Raising of the Missouri Flag

Raising of the Service Flags: Choir will sing the songs of each branch as the flags are raised

Speaker: Doug Lawson

Raising of the POW/MIA Flag: Trumpet will play "Taps"

Lee Hall: Acknowledgements and thank yous

Recognition of each veteran in attendance

CLOSING REMARKS
BOIL NOTICE has been lifted as water samples were good.
BOIL NOTICE in effect until Tuesday unless notified beforehand.

This affects Valley St. and residents at that point north of Valley St. on Cherokee.