Grandview is now under a Stay at Home Order issued by Jackson County through April 24 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Grandview City Hall, DMV Licensing Office and the View Community Center are now closed to the public. Call (816) 316-4800 with questions.

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COVID-19 Response:

Post Date:03/22/2020 2:30 PM

The number of positive COVID-19 cases in Jackson County is growing daily and exponentially. To slow the spread of the virus, Jackson County is ordering its residents to stay at home effective Tuesday, March 24 at midnight. This applies to the City of Grandview. This order states everyone should stay inside their homes for 30 days, exceptions being for travel to meet your basic needs, including:

  • Gas stations

  • Pharmacies

  • Food (grocers, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery restaurants)

  • Banks

  • Laundromats

  • Doctor/hospital visits

  • Staff of all the above

Grandview Mayor Leonard Jones needs every citizen to honor this order. “I know County Executive White made this tough decision because lives depend on it,” explained Mayor Jones. “This is the right thing to do and it’s our job as citizens of Grandview and Jackson County to do what’s best for the greater good. Stay home and remember if we all do what’s being asked of us, the sooner our lives can return to normal.”

The City of Grandview will be operating with limited staff effective Monday, March 23. Only employees in essential positions, and sworn Police and Fire personnel, will be reporting to Grandview City facilities. The following is a list of City closings through April 24:

  • City Hall

  • All playgrounds at City parks 

  • The View Community Center 

  • Parks & Recreation and Public Works Maintenance Facility

  • Fire Departments No. 1, 2 and 3 

  • Grandview Police Department records unit

The Grandview Police Department lobby will remain open.

To help you understand what this order means and where you can go, Jackson County has created a list of frequently asked questions at In addition, The City of Grandview will continue to make frequent updates to which includes more news on how this is affecting our community, important links, phone numbers, and the latest facts from Centers for Disease Control, Missouri Department of  Health and Human Services, and World Health Organization.
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