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In observance of Labor Day, City offices will be closed Monday, September 6, 2021. Have a safe holiday weekend!
American Waste Systems will be in town tomorrow, September 3, to pick up their remaining trash bins. If you still have any American Waste or Municipal Waste trash bins, please place them out by the curb by 6:00AM so they can collect them. The bins should be empty. Thank you for your help!
American Waste Systems will pick up the remainder of the American Waste and Municipal Waste trash bins and recycle bins on Friday, 9/3. Please have them empty and out at the curb on Friday, 9/3. If they miss yours on Friday, please call the City Hall and we will contact them. Thank you!
Please welcome Countywide Disposal to town as our new trash service company. If you have not already received a new green Countywide Disposal trash bin, please contact the City Hall at 816-293-5601. Countywide Disposal will begin picking up trash on Wednesday, September 1. Please have your trash bin out by the curb by 6:00 AM on Wednesday's. Thank you for your cooperation as we transition to this new trash company.
Just a reminder that the Archie City Hall will be closed on Monday, July 5, 2021, in recognition of Independence Day. Have a safe holiday weekend!
The Archie City Hall will be closed on Monday, May 31, 2021, to observe the Memorial Day Holiday. Have a safe and happy weekend!
The items that will NOT be accepted at the Citywide Cleanup on Saturday, May 22, from 8AM-1PM, are as follows:
The Archie Board of Aldermen will meet on Tuesday, May 11, 2021, at 7:30PM, at the City Hall located at 401 S. Main Street, Archie, Missouri.
The City of Archie is seeking a part-time Water Plant operator. Duties and responsibilities include: daily testing and lab work required by Federal, State, County, and local regulations; janitorial duties with regard to the water treatment facility to maintain a safe and clean environment; routine monitoring and maintenance of all portions of the water system, including using tools and equipment to complete work; other duties as assigned. Normal working hours are 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wednesday through Sunday. Applicant must have a valid driver's license and be at least 18 years of age. Salary will be based on experience and qualifications. Send resume or apply at: City Clerk, 302 SW Outer Rd., Suite C, Archie, MO 64725, or email to: email@example.com. EOE
The work on the water tower has been completed, as of 3/6/2021, and it is back in service.
The City of Archie's water tower is experiencing a leak. To repair the leak, the tower will need to be drained. The City will have a system in place to continue to provide water to our citizens, with little, or no, interruption. The pressure may be less than normal, but still be sufficient. We are hoping that the repair will not take more than a week. The tower draining and repair will begin on Tuesday, March 2, 2021. We will post any additional updates or information on our City's Facebook page, "Archie, MO", and here on the website. Thank you for your patience as we strive to continue providing water service to you.
The City of Archie is preparing for maintenance to the water tower. You may see evidence of preparation for that work this week. An update with more information will be posted here before work begins. If you have any questions, please contact the City Hall.
Just a reminder that City offices will be closed Monday, February 15, 2021, for the Presidents' Day Holiday. Enjoy your holiday weekend! Bundle up if you go out in this frigid cold!
We appreciate the patience of the citizens of Archie as we are attempting to upgrade the water system to improve service, quality, and reliability within our water and infrastructure. Yesterday, during the shutdown, we inserted two new valve for shutdown purposes and took the dilapidated 4" line main out of service along "A" higway in from of the school. When we brought the town back online, Texas and Ohio Streets did not come back into service. We discovered that the valves at Chestnut & Texas and Chestnut & Ohio were broken in the closed position, therefore not allowing water to flow.
Please keep informed about the on-going Corona Virus emergency through the Cass County Health Department web site at casscounty.com/2450/COVID-19.