MISSOURI — Due to general caution related to COVID-19, area businesses, schools, and events have been canceled, postponed, or suspended. Below is a list of places that have contacted KMZU. Here is a link to the March 21 press release from Governor Parson’s office on extensions and other orders the state of Missouri is granting to residents.
The following list will be updated accordingly.
- All Missouri public and charter schools — closed for remainder of academic year
- Brunswick Nursing Home — closed to visitors
- BTC Bank — all lobbies closed
- MU Extension, Carroll County — open, call in advance
- Davis & Bell annual machinery & equipment auction for April 4 has been postponed. Reschedule date to be announced soon.
- In addition to the Child Development Center, the Whiteman AFB Youth Center will also remain closed until further notice to allow for cleaning and situational assessment.
- The Lexington License Office — closed, reopen on May 1 at 8:30 a.m.
- While State Fair Community College at all locations and the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art on the Sedalia campus are closed to the public because of the pandemic, online classes and remote offices and services will close Friday, April 10, for spring holiday. Online classes and services will resume April 13.
- The Carrollton Public Library will shutter on Monday, April 6, 2020 in accordance with the Missouri Stay-at-Home order
- NOTICE is hereby given to all citizens and parties in interest that the Odessa Board of Aldermen will be canceled Monday, April 13
- -The Livingston County Library will remain closed until further, The Board of Trustees will meet on May 3rd to discuss how to open the library safely again.
- All Care Connection locations — closed until April 30
- Carrollton Public Library — closed until further notice
- Livingston County Library — closed until further notice
- Ray County Public Library — closed until April 26
- All Missouri Job Centers suspend in-person services; Assistance available by phone or web
- Brunswick Fire Department Fundraiser — postponed
- Carrollton Lions Club fish fry, April 3 — postponed
- Hardin Sesquicentennial — postponed
- Malta Bend American Legion Post 558 Bingo — canceled until April 24
- St. Mary’s Knights of Columbus fish fry (Fridays), Carrollton — canceled until further notice
- Macon Spring City Wide Garage Sales — postponed
- American Legion Post 131 on East Young, Warrensburg — activities canceled through April 30
Carrollton Southside Baptist — Easter parking lot service 10:30 am Sunday, cancelled if it snows
- Brunswick United Methodist — service begins again May 17, 9:30 a.m.
- Immanuel Lutheran, Carrollton — online services (Facebook Live) until further notice
- First Baptist, Carrollton — no services for next two weeks
- First Christian, Carrollton — no events, services until further notice
- Sacred Heart, Norborne — livestream services until further notice
- St. Mary’s, Carrollton — livestream services until further notice
- Trinity UCC, Lexington — Wednesday and Sunday services canceled
- Waverly Christian — no services until further notice
- Christian Church, Bosworth — no services until further notice
Courts temporarily closed; some courts still have phone and online communication (check case.net for further information)
- Carrollton County — closed to public, open for business
- Chariton County Courthouse, Sheriff’s Office — closed until further notice
- Sedalia Municipal Court — suspended through May 1
- Linn County– suspends in person court proceedings
- Livingston County Courthouse is asking the public to transact business with county offices by mail, email, or phone
On March 16, the Supreme Court of Missouri issued an order in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Among other directives, the order suspends – with certain listed exceptions – all in-person proceedings in all state courts through April 3 and authorizing local courts to determine the manner in which the listed exceptions should be conducted.
The City of Waverly will not have an April Council Meeting, April and May meetings on May 12th at 6:30 pm.