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St. Joseph Animal Control and Rescue is modernizing the way we do pet licensing by partnering with PetHub to offer pet owners new and high tech digital license tags.
Half-off adoptions take place on the first Wednesday of the month for cats and the third Wednesday of the month for dogs. The process is quick and easy starting with an online application found at stjoemo.animalshelternet.com. Adopting an animal is very a...
Though the Aquatic and Krug pools may be closed for the season, you can always take a lap at the Thomas Eagleton Indoor Pool at Missouri Western year round.
Winter Pet Care; Don't Let Your Guard Down; Funding Helps Make Improvements... and more!
Hyde Park Splash Park; Preventing the Flu; The Wonderful World of Winter Work... and more!
City Council meeting will be held on Monday, January 13, 2020, at 7pm, in the Council Chamber, third floor City Hall. You can watch the meeting live on cable channel 19 or stream on the city's website at stjoemo.org
New Year. New Decade. Big Deal?; City Pet License Tags Going Digital; What is Design Build?... and more!
Upcoming Holidays; Brrr, It's Cold Outside; Live Tree Disposal... and more!
Lafayette Students Bring Holiday Cheer; Home Heating Safety Tips; Testing the Airport Pavement... and more!
City Council meeting will be held on Monday, December 16, 2019, at 7pm, in the Council Chamber, third floor City Hall. You can watch the meeting live on cable channel 19 or stream on the city's website at stjoemo.org
The most recent City Link digital newsletter is now available. Read the January 16 publication and don’t forget to sign-up receive the digital newsletter every week.
This monthly event features art, music and other special events at participating locations throughout downtown.
Stay smart and safe as the temperatures drop this winter. For more home heating safety tips, read this article from Fire Chief Mike Dalsing.
Seasonal influenza activity is now widespread in the state of Missouri. “For those who haven’t already been vaccinated, it is important to know that it’s not too late,” said Dr. Randall Williams, director of the Mis...
Looking for a place to dispose of your live Christmas tree? As in years past, the city will provide a disposal site at Drake Softball Complex, located at 22nd Street and Southwest Parkway, for residents to drop off live trees. Residents can dispose of the...
Looking to challenge yourself or want to try something new, then the parks department's twist on a typical 5k will offer you that thrill. Registration is open for the Outlaw Adventure Run on Saturday, March 28, starting at 10am, at Krug Park. The event wi...
Stay up-to-date with what is happening throughout the city by signing up to receive the weekly City Link e-newsletter.
Staying in touch with your city has never been easier! Take advantage of one or all of our outreach methods to see how your city is working for you. Stay up to date by getting connected through Facebook, Twitter, cable Channel 19 or visiting our website.
Unique and authentic in the best of ways, find out what makes St. Joseph a city Made with Uncommon Character.
Register online for activities and leagues through the St. Joseph Parks, Recreation & Civic Facilities Department.
Weather in the Midwest can be unpredictable, so are you prepared? The city of St. Joseph wants you to be ready, whether it happens today or sometime in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for information on the city's inclement weather operations by watching cha...
Please join us at the Remington Nature Center every Friday at 10:30am for our Friday Fish Feeding Frenzy (PDF) event. Help us feed the Missouri River fish who live in our 7,000-gallon aquarium. Their diet consists of minnows, worms, corn, and peas. Observ...