Join us on August 30, 2014 for our downtown Sedalia ‘Fitter's 5th Street Back to School Block Party.’ This party will have something for everyone, from students at State Fair Community College to elementary students. We will play games and have contests for prizes...
For those waiting for action on the dilapidated buildings in downtown Sedalia, the sight of tumbling bricks on the corner of West Second Street and Osage is a welcome sight. On Monday morning (April 28), crews moved in and began dismantling the two buildings on the northeast corner, just across the street from City Hall.
Sedalia's first Downtown Sedalia New Year's Parade will be held Wednesday, Jan. 1 at 3:00 p.m., with lineup starting at 2:00 p.m. There is no entrance fee to be in the parade, and the lineup order will be first come first served. Staging will take place at Sixth Street and Ohio, then travel down Ohio to Main Street then turn on to Osage before disbanding.
At the Sedalia City Council meeting on Monday night (Nov.19), the council voted to once again delay a vote on the ordinance on mandatory inspections for buildings in downtown Sedalia. The delay came about as Ward 4 Councilman Larry Stevenson requested an amendment he had written be added to the ordinance. Three people came to the podium to protest the delay of the ordinance siting safety concerns.
The Sedalia City Council held a special meeting Monday night (Oct. 29) to present a draft for an ordinance on mandatory building inspections for downtown buildings. Following a presentation of the ordinance by Sedalia City Administrator Gary Edwards, Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn asked for comments from the downtown building owners in attendance.
The City of Sedalia held an open meeting on Tuesday evening (Oct. 1) regarding Phase lll of the Streetscape project. The project includes the arch that will be built just off Broadway on South Ohio. The informational meeting brought out downtown merchants whose businesses will be affected by the construction project.