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Boil Water Advisory for the City of Leeton


PWSD #3 temporarily supplies the City of Leeton with water and they have issued a boil advisory until September 26th.   Please take the cautionary steps.  

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City Hall Closed on 8/17/2023 for Monthly Clerk Meeting, 8/29/2023 City Hall will be closing at Noon.


City Hall will be closed on Thursday, August 17th, 2023.  The City Clerk will be attending the monthly Clerk Meeting. 

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City Hall Upcoming Hours


City Hall will be closed on Tuesday, July 11th at Noon and will reoopen on Thursday, July 20th at 9am and will be open on Friday, July 21st.  

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Commodity Boxes for ages 60+


The Food Center will be distributing Commodity Supplemental Food Program boxes to qualified individuals age 60+.  They will be at the Leeton Community Center on Monday, June 26, 2023 10am-Noon to help individuals with the application process.  

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Fireworks Regulation Ordinance


*No person shall offer fireworks for sale to individuals at retail before the 20th day of June and after the 5th day of July.

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Dog/Cat License Due June 1, 2023


Pet License are due June 1, 2023 and will be considered delinquent on July 1, 2023.  The license fee is $10.00.  Pet license can be obtained at City Hall Monday - Thursday 9am-2pm. 

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Mineral Creek Cemetery Clean-up Day


Come join the Leeton R-X FFA and NHS students on April 24, 2023 at 4:00 p.m. to clean up the cemetery.  Pulling weeds, cleaning off headstones, picking up trash and debris.

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Closed for Clerk Training - Thursday April 20th, 2023


City Hall will be closed on Thursday, April 20th, 2023 for Clerk Training.  

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Annual City-Wide Cleanup


The City of Leeton Annual City-Wide Clean up will be held May 18-22, 2023.  Dumpsters will be located at the city maintenance building on Summerfield. 

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Lead Service Line Inventory - Leeton Public Water System


Our public water system is conducting a lead service line inventory. In performing the lead service line inventory, we need to know the material composition of both the publicly owned (water system-owned) and privately owned (customer-owned) portions of the service line. We are requesting your help in this identification process. Service lines can be made of many materials, such as plastic, copper, PEX, HDPE, galvanized, lead, etc. To complete our inventory, we are required to record the material composition of your service line, even if it is not made of lead. The material type must be reported to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MoDNR) as required by regulation. When reporting to MoDNR, we are required to provide the material of our portion of the service line as well.

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Public Notice of Candidacy Filing for City of Leeton


The City of Leeton hereby calls for a General Municipal Election on April 4th, 2023 for the positions of:

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WWTP Kick-Off Meeting


WWTP Kick-Off Meeting for the Engineer with Lamp Rynearson, MDNR, Contractor with David E. Ross Construction, and the City of Leeton will be this week!  The WWTP is the project for improvements to the wastewater treatment lagoons and the northeast and northwest lift stations. 

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Police Body Camera Demo


A Special BOA Meeting will be held Oct 4th, 2022 at 7pm for a police body camera demo for the police and city officials to gather information. After the demo, a Q&A Session will be open to ask questions.

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The Community is invited to come enjoy coffee and donuts while sharing concerns, thoughts, and suggestions with the Mayor and Board of Aldermen on Saturday, August 27, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at the City Hall Community Center, 108 W. Summerfield Ave.

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Position Opening: City Clerk


The City of Leeton is seeking a highly-motivated individual to fill the position of city clerk, which serves as the primary administrative support for city. A strong ability to work independently and collaboratively is required. Part-time or full-time opportunity available, 24 hours per week minimum. Specific working hours may be flexible. Benefits available for full-time position. Salary commensurate with experience.

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