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    Blue Surf Bay Announced as Name for the New Blue Springs Waterpark

    Blue Springs Parks & Recreation announced "Blue Surf Bay" as the name and logo for its new waterpark yesterday at a groundbreaking ceremony. Blue Surf Bay is set to begin construction in mid-November next to the Blue Springs Fieldhouse. Read on...
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    Mayor Carson Ross Elected as Chair of the Mid-America Regional Council Board of Directors

    The Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) Board of Directors has elected new leadership. Carson Ross, Mayor of Blue Springs, Missouri, was elected chair at the Jan. 24 Board meeting. Read on...
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    Blue Springs Announces New Public Works Director Kati Horner

    City Administrator Mike Ekey announced today that Kati Horner will serve as the City’s new Director of Public Works. As Director, Horner will lead a team of 60 public works engineers and maintenance professionals and oversee a $16 million annual budget. Read on...
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    S&P Affirms the City of Blue Springs’ AA Bond Rating

    Once again S&P Global Ratings recognized the City of Blue Springs and its staff’s strong financial management and budget planning. series 2022 special obligation bonds for the City’s aquatic facility. Read on...
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    Blue Springs Police, Eastern Jackson County agencies form joint Police Involved Investigations Team

    The Blue Springs Police Department announced a joint agency Police Involved Investigations Team with the Lee’s Summit Police Department, Grandview Police Department, and Independence Police Department. Read on...
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    Norbury named next Economic Development Director

    City Administrator Mike Ekey announced this week that Jason Norbury will serve as the City’s next Economic Development Director. This critical leadership role will lead the City’s evolving efforts to attract and retain quality businesses in Blue Springs. Read on...
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    Blue Springs City Council Adopts $109.8M City Budget

    On Monday, Sept. 19, the Blue Springs City Council voted to adopt the Fiscal Year 2023 operating budget of $109,834,284. The new budget will go into effect on Oct. 1, 2022. Read on...
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