Press Releases

National Night Out – August 1, 2017 – Walton Aquatic Center

On Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, the residents of Nevada will join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the “34th Annual National Night Out” (NNO) crime and drug prevention event.

National Night Out, which is co-sponsored locally by the City of Nevada Police Department and Parks Department, involves over 16,728 communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities and military bases around the world. In all, over 38.5 million people are expected to participate in ‘America’s Night Out Against Crime’.

In Nevada, we will be hosting a swim party at the Walton Aquatic Center. Mayor Brian Leonard will present a Proclamation for 2017 National Night Out. Carson Evans with KNEM/KNMO Radio Station will be the Master of Ceremonies for the evening. Several local sponsors will be present and door prizes will be given away during the event.

National Night Out is a time for America to stand together to promote awareness, safety and neighborhood unity. This event showcases the vital importance of police-community partnerships and citizen involvement in our fight to build a safer nation.

On NNO, we invite neighborhoods nationwide to join us in “Giving Crime and Drugs a Going Away Party.”

National Night Out 2017 Schedule of Events

  • 6:00 Set up begins
  • 6:25 Proclamation by Mayor
  • 6:30 National Anthem-Wes Morton.
  • 6:30 Gates to pool open for the public.
  • 7:30 Adult drawings for prizes begins.
  • 8:00 Pool closes for the evening.
  • 8:05 Kids drawings for prizes begins.
  • 8:30 Conclusion

For more information call 417-448-5100.



Download Application

The Nevada Police Department is now accepting applications for our 2017 Citizens Police Academy scheduled to begin on April 5, 2017. This program provides citizens with an inside look at the operations of their police department. The program is a lecture and interactive based program to allow the citizen to view community policing from the law enforcement perspective.

The program will continue for eight weeks, meeting every Wednesday from 7pm to 9pm beginning April 5th through May 24th. Most classes will be held at the Nevada Police Department.

Applications can be obtained at the Nevada Police Department or at  and will be accepted now through March 29th.

The program will cover a variety of topics including:

  • Department Orientation
  • 911 Communications and Emergency Dispatching
  • Jail Tour
  • Traffic Stop Interactive Training
  • Criminal Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • Sex Offenses
  • Animal Control
  • Criminal Scene Investigation
  • Traffic Enforcement
  • Drug Recognition
  • Neighborhood Watch
  • Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)

Applicant requirements:

  • Complete a citizens police academy application to attend
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • No felony convictions
  • No domestic violence, drug, or violent crime arrest
  • Must be able to perform light physical activity
  • Dress will be casual unless advised otherwise in advance by the instructor

All materials needed for the class will be provided by the Nevada Police Department

If you have questions in regard to the class or requirements contact:

Lt. Steve Bastow

Spring Compost Hours 2017

Compost Center

Located at 702 S. Jefferson( building next to public works building).

To compost Center from City Hall: South on Ash, East on Maple over railroad curves back south(right) and compost center will be on the right hand side of road.

Number is: 417-448-5114

Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm

1st and 3rd Saturday 8:00-Noon *Weather Permitting*

Items Collected:

  • Tree limbs/branches
  • Grass Clippings
  • Leaves (Must be removed from bagging)
  • Wood chips & compost free to public ( Must provide container)

UPDATED – Annual Father/Daughter Dance – Feb 4

Annual Father/Daughter Dance – UPDATED January 27, 2017

The fifth Annual Father/Daughter Dance will be held on February 4th, 2017, from 6-8 pm at Franklin P. Norman City/County Community Center.  This event has historically drawn a large crowd.  This year, attendance is on track to possibly exceed the occupancy maximum of the facility. Those planning to attend are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance. Tickets are available at the Community Center Monday thru Friday 6 am to 9 pm, Saturday 9 am to 9 pm, and Sunday 12pm to 9pm for $5 per adult. Please note that tickets may not be available at the door the night of the event if attendance exceeds the occupancy maximum of the facility. Please call ahead with questions.

The event is hosted by the Nevada Parks and Recreation Department.

Tiaras, Cinderella dresses, party shoes, and glitter…what little girl doesn’t dream of being a princess? And, who better to be her knight in shining armor than her father!

The fifth annual Father/Daughter Dance will be held on February 4, 2017 from 6 to 8 pm at the Franklin P Norman Community Center, 200 N Ash. Nevada, Missouri. This will be an opportunity for dads or a favorite male role model to show their little girls how it feels to be a princess even if just for one magical evening. Girls of all ages are welcome.

The event is hosted by the Nevada Parks and Recreation Department.

The cost of a ticket is $5 for a father and as many daughters as he wants to bring. A male role model may also stand in for those whose father is unavailable.

For more information please contact:Tera McFarland, 417.448.5541, or call 417.448.5110

Nevada Fare Share Transportation Program

Nevada Fare Share Transportation Program



Hours of Operation:

Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm

Closed on Holidays and during inclement weather

To request a ride please call 448-5500, drivers will attempt to answer calls as quickly as possible, if your call is not answered please wait a few minutes and try again.


Coupon Books:

4 Rides         $15.00

8 Rides         $30.00

16 Rides        $60.00

Coupons can be purchased in person at 110 S Ash, over the phone or through the mail. For more information please call City Hall at 417-448-5115.


Fare Share Transportation Policies

  • Rides will only be provided within the city limits of Nevada.
  • One coupon is required for each stop. A drive-through shall be considered one stop.
  • Drivers will not accept cash or tips. If a customer does not have coupons the driver may take him/her to City Hall to purchase coupons with the understanding that one coupon must be paid to the driver.
  • Children 6 years of age and younger may ride free with an adult.
  • Attendants accompanying wheel chair bound customers may ride free.





New Year’s Day                   January 1

President’s Day                   February 15

Memorial Day                     May 30

Independence Day             July 4

Labor Day                           September 5

Veteran’s Day                     November 11

Thanksgiving                      November 24-25

Christmas Eve                    December 23 open  8:30am-12:00pm

                                                                       closed 12:00pm- 4:30pm

Christmas Day                    December 26

“City of Nevada operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, or national origin, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you believe you have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, or national origin by City of Nevada, you may file a Title VI complaint by completing, signing, and submitting the agency’s Title VI Complaint Form.”

Notifying the Public of Rights under Title VI

City of Nevada posts Title VI notices on our agency’s website, in public areas of our agency, in para transit vehicles.

City of Nevada operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, or national origin, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

If you believe you have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, or national origin by City of Nevada, you may file a Title VI complaint by completing, signing, and submitting the agency’s Title VI Complaint Form.

How to file a Title VI complaint with City of Nevada:

1. A complaint form may be obtained by downloading from the agency web page at or picking up a form from City Hall.

2. In addition to the complaint process at City of Nevada, complaints may be filed directly with the Federal Transit Administration, Office of Civil Rights, Region Title VI Program Coordinator East Building, 5th Floor- TCR 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE Washington, D.C. 20590.

3. Complaints must be filed within 180 days following the date of the alleged discriminatory occurrence and should contain as much detailed information about the alleged discrimination as possible.

4. The form must be signed and dated, and include your contact information.

If information is needed in another language, contact 417-448-5115                              

Title VI Complaint Form

Title VI Complaint Procedure

Our Phone Numbers have Changed!

Our Phone Numbers Have Changed!

Effective Monday August 17, 2015, all City of Nevada Department phone numbers will be changing to new numbers.  All city residents should be receiving a blue post card in the mail with the new phone directory.

Please make note of those new phone numbers that you call often.

  • Police (non-emergency): 417-448-5100
  • City Manager’s Office: 417-448-5101
  • City Clerk’s Office: 417-448-5102
  • City Council/Mayor; 417-448-5102
  • City Treasurer: 417-448-5103
  • Fire (non-emergency): 417-448-5105
  • Human Resources: 417-448-5106
  • Municipal Court: 417-448-5108
  • Animal Shelter: 417-448-5109
  • Community Center: 417-448-5110
  • Golf Course: 417-448-5111
  • Walton Pool; 417-448-5112
  • Planning/Zoning: 417-448-5113
  • Code Enforcement: 417-448-5113
  • Public Works 417-448-5114
  • Business Licensing 417-448-5115
  • Water/Sewer Billing & Collections 417-448-5115
  • Alliance Office 417-448-5116
  • Water Treatment Plant: 417-448-5117
  • Sewer treatment Plant: 417-448-5117
  • Tourism 417-448-5505

Thanks for being patient as we improve our system to help serve you better.

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