Police Headquarters Project Will Begin Soonposted 3/14/23
TRAFFIC AT I-70 BRIDGE REMINDERposted 3/1/23
COMPREHENSIVE & PARK MASTER PLANposted 2/24/23
ED TURNER HIRED AS NEXT GRAIN VALLEY POLICE CHIEFposted 1/30/23
SCROLL THROUGH THE CITY WITH A NEW INTERACTIVE MAPposted 1/17/23
REVITALIZATION OF DOWNTOWN GRAIN VALLEY COMING SOONposted 8/17/22
Grain Valley unveils community brandposted 5/2/22
Police Station Bond Measure Passesposted 4/6/22
New Regulations for neighborhood vehicles and utility terrain vehicles on City streets and highways.posted 2/16/22
2021 Strategic Plan Progressposted 2/11/22
Police Study Group Meeting 1/4/2022posted 1/3/22
Development Update November 2021posted 11/2/21
2018 International Building Codes and 2017 National Electric Code approved by Board of Aldermenposted 8/5/21
New Resident Guide 2021posted 6/29/21
Development Update May 2021posted 4/28/21
Capital Improvements Plan Approved by Board of Aldermenposted 4/1/21
Valley News: Ken Murphy, City Administrator, Guest Column re: Strategic Plan for 2021-2025posted 3/4/21
City View Spring/ Summer 2020-21posted 2/25/21
February 2021 City newsletterposted 2/24/21
Grain Valley is Growing!posted 2/8/21
New way to connect!posted 2/2/21
There's a City App for That!posted 2/2/21
City View Fall/Winter 2020-21posted 11/10/20
Road Improvementsposted 10/14/20
Pay Water/Utility Bills by Phone 24/7posted 8/1/20
COVID-19 Community Informationposted 3/13/20
About the Public Information Officer (PIO)
The City of Grain Valley's PIO is responsible for utilizing the City's website and social media platforms to keep citizens informed of community events, city services, and resources. In the event of an emergency, the PIO would act as the liaison between the Police Department, city staff, and media outlets to inform the community of the most up-to-date information.
Grain Valley's PIO is also responsible for coordinating and promoting special events for the City, such as the annual Trail or Treat and Holiday Festival community events.
News and press releases can be found on this page of the website, while you can stay connected with the City by following on Facebook and Twitter.
Social Media Policy
The City of Grain Valley social media policy has been established to clarify the responsibility of all City staff and elected officials in reference to their usage of any social media platforms. This policy also relates to the public’s use of City social media posts.
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