Communications

The Communications Department connects Jackson County residents with information about their government’s services, operations and policies, while also communicating between County departments and offices to maintain an informed and motivated workforce. Communications exists to promote cooperation and connection between Jackson County Government and the diverse communities we serve.

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    National Construction Appreciation Week

    To celebrate the construction industry’s importance to infrastructure and the economy, September 14-18, 2020 has been declared as the third annual Construction Appreciation Week. Read on...
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    National Self-Care Awareness Month

    Since September is Self-Care Awareness Month it is a great time to remind us that taking care of ourselves is essential. Self-care is often overlooked in our everyday lives. Read on...
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    Jackson County receives money from State Treasurer.

    Jackson County is now more than $13,000 richer thanks to the Missouri State Treasurer’s Office. Read on...
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    Celebrate Labor Day at Jackson County Parks

    The summer is not quite over and Labor Day weekend is a perfect time to explore Jackson County Parks + Rec. Read on...
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    Angie Jeffries

    Director
    Phone: (816) 881-3085

  2. Communications

    Jackson County Courthouse
    415 E. 12th Street
    G2
    Kansas City, MO 64106
    Directions


    Hours

    Except Holidays
    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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  1. Jackson County Executive statement on lawsuit ruling

    Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement in response to today’s ruling involving a lawsuit filed by the Blue Springs School District: Read on...
  2. Jackson County Historic Truman Courthouse Closed Through Sept 20

    The Jackson County Historic Truman Courthouse, located at 112 W. Lexington Avenue in Independence, will be closed today through September 20 due to several County employees testing positive for COVID-19. Read on...
  3. Jackson County Executive issues statement on lawsuit

    Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement in response to a lawsuit filed today by the Blue Springs School District: Read on...
  4. Jackson County Parks + Rec cancels events amid ongoing COVID-19 concerns

  5. Jackson County receives upgrade in bond credit rating

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