City of Boonville Soliciting Bids for Various Insurance Coverages

Posted On: 08-31-18

The City of Boonville is hereby soliciting bids from insurance companies for various insurance coverages for the City of Boonville. Sealed proposals are due to the City Clerk, 401 Main Street, Boonville Missouri, no later than 11:00 a.m. on Monday, October 15, 2018. The proposals will be opened and available for public examination at that time. Proposals will be evaluated and awarded by the City Council. The City of Boonville reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and waive irregularities therein. For further information, contact Teresa Studley, City Clerk, at (660)882-2332.
Prospective Insurance Bidders Packet

Release of April 10, 2018 Closed Session Action

Posted On: 04-13-18

The City of Boonville is posting this release of the April 10, 2018 Closed Session Action.


Kemper K Barracks Clean-Up Analysis

Posted On: 04-26-17

The Community Development Corporation has received funding from the Environmental Improvement and Energy Resource Authority (EIERA) for K Barracks on the Kemper Campus. The Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives is available for review. There will be a public meeting on Tuesday, May 23 at 1:30 at Boonville City Hall.

K Barracks ABCA and Public Notice

City of Boonville Project Update – October 2016

Posted On: 10-18-16

The Mayor and City Council have provided a Project Update for several ongoing projects.

Thank you for your interest and for taking the time to read this report.

Project Update October 2016

City of Boonville Update of Recent Events – July 2016

Posted On: 07-06-16

The Mayor and City Council have provided a recent update on projects that the City of Boonville has recently announced some decisions and actions on.

We hope this yields benefits and advancements for Boonville on many fronts.



An update and a Look Forward

Posted On: 12-22-15

The City Council, City Administrator and the Mayor have provided an update on several major projects the City of Boonville proposes to take in the coming years, including recreational and residential development as well as critical sewer and wastewater upgrades to the City’s infrastructure.

Looking at the entire “package” of projects, the City Council and Mayor are very pleased. For a community of our size; it is impressive. We hope this yields benefits and advancements for Boonville on many fronts.

Update and Way Forward


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