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December Board of Aldermen meeting rescheduled - December 11, 2018

The Regular December Board of Aldermen meeting hass been rescheduled for Tuesday, December 18 at ... [more...]

Trash Route for November 30 will be delayed one day - November 27, 2018

The trash route sceduled  for Friday, November 30 will be delayed by one day according to the Ci... [more...]

City of Archie offices closed for Thanksgiving - November 20, 2018

The City of Archie offices will be closed November 22 and 23 in observance of the Thanksgiving ho... [more...]

Thanksgiving Trash Service Schedule - November 20, 2018

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the trash service will be delayed by one day. Trash routes will ... [more...]

City of Archie closed for Columbus Day - October 05, 2018

The offices of the City of Archie will be closed Monday, October 8, 2018 in observance of Columbu... [more...]

Redwood Street Overlay Project To Be Done on Saturday - September 25, 2018

The Asphalt Overlay project on N. Iowa and W. Redwood Streets near the school will take place thi... [more...]

Yard Waste Collection - August 06, 2018

Municipal Waste Services will no longer collect Yard Waste at the Curb. They have installed a du... [more...]

Archie City Offices & Police Department Have Moved - July 17, 2018

The City of Archie Offices and Police Department have moved.  THe old address was 401 S Main Str... [more...]

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Stormwater

What Is Stormwater?
Before the Storm
Contact
Richard Lightfoot
Waste Water Supervisor

302 SW Outer Road, Suite C
Archie, MO  64725

Ph: (816) 293-5601
Fx: (816) 670-6093

Stormwater originates from rainfall and other precipitation that runs off of surfaces all over the City - rooftops, streets, lawns, etc. Stormwater makes its way into natural water sources and takes everything from City surfaces with it to these areas. 

Car Washing

When you wash your car on a compacted surface, the runoff containing soap, heavy metals, road grime, greases, and oils can enter the storm drains. Unlike sanitary drains, storm drains usually run directly into creeks, ponds, and lakes. Use a commercial car wash facility or find a grassy area at home to soak up the runoff. Protect our area's natural water resources! 

Maintenance
Proper maintenance is crucial to keep the City's stormwater drainage facilities functioning. Learn how you can help maintain the stormwater infrastructure.

Contact Info

Rich Lightfoot
Waste Water Supervisior
401 S Main St
816-293-5601