Welcome to the City of Battlefield website!
We hope that you will find the information you are looking for within these pages, but if not, please contact us by phone at your convenience!
Note: The website address has changed and is no longer "battlefieldmo.org" but is instead "battlefieldmo.gov"
City of Battlefield, MissouriThe City of Battlefield was incorporated as a 4th class city in 1971 and as permitted by Missouri State Statutes, has the mayor/board of aldermen form of government. Currently the City has three geographically divided Wards which have two Aldermen each. Ward One is generally located south of Elm Street to the city limits. Ward Two is from Elm Street north to Weaver Road and Ward Three is from Weaver Road north to the city limits. Battlefield has experienced rapid residential growth in the last five years! We've grown from the 2000 US Census population of 2,385 to our current estimated population of 5,000. Large subdivisions have been planned and are being built in all areas of our city. While the growth has slowed some since the 2003-2004 timeframe, we continue to field inquiries from developers interested in our community. Learn More
Public Water Supply District (PWSD) #1 is upgrading their pipes in various parts of the city. You may experience water outages or discolored water from time to time.
The City of Battlefield has NO control over this situation. PWSD is a separate legal entity that furnishes potable water to a water district which includes Battlefield.
If you have water problems, please call PWSD at 881-1762 to report them. If you call Battlefield City Hall, you will be given their number and directed to call PWSD.
If we get any prior notification of potential water outages from PWSD we will immediately put it on our website, www.battlefieldmo.gov and our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/battlefieldmo.
Thank you for your consideration.
Battlefield ZONING MAP 24×36
2013 Zoning Map Please call City Hall to determine the zoning because this is a map from 2013.
ISO Rating Lowered See Latest News for Letter Copy and more information!
Nuisance complaint form added under forms see Police Department.
Park Survey results being reviewed Strategic Planning Process to begin based on those results. Thank you for participating in the Park Survey.
See latest news for information on payment changes at City Hall.
See latest news for more information or click on flyer below.
City offices closed on May 30th, 2016, Memorial Day Holiday, Monday. City offices will re-open on Tuesday May 31, 2016 at 8 a.m.
2016 HOLIDAY LIST
From this date 8-24-15, forward only approved minutes are to be posted for the specific Board, Commission and/or Committee. Should you have need to obtain or view a copy of a set(s) of minutes please contact City Hall at 417.883.5840, to obtain a records request form, so it can be filled out and processed accordingly. Please note there will be a fee to copy approved minutes. If you just want to view the minutes you may call to set up a time to do so with the City Clerk.
New Handout titled "Your Rights in Court,” available under latest news.
Trail of Tears Event May 21-22, 2016 see flyer for more information under latest news! Schedule for Saturday listed here and under latest news! Copy of Saturday Schedule 2016
TOT Schedule for Sunday May 22, 2016
CITY OF BATTLEFIELD STREET MAP 2015 NEED DIRECTIONS TO CITY HALL/CHEROKEE TRAIL OF TEARS PARK-SEE BELOW.
City of Battlefield Street Map 2015
PWSD#1 Customers of Rivercut and surrounding areas there has been a main water break, water is shut off and at this time we aren’t able to state when it will be back on, crews are currently working to get this fixed and we are at this moment under a BOIL ADVISORY.
What is a boil advisory: a public water system May issue a boil water advisory when there is concern a problem with drinking water may exist, but it has not yet been confirmed. This may be done, for example, while waiting for results of confirmation samples collected for bacteriological analysis, which can take up to two days plus the time required to transport samples to the laboratory. The City of Battlefield residents are not affected.
ATTENTION! ATTENTION! ATTENTION!
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Anytime is a great time to get yourself an emergency weather radio, but now is an even better time. Storms never take a rest, and every month of the year there has been a recorded tornado. Now, you have an even better reason to come to City Hall and purchase a weather radio.
We currently have less than 20 desk top weather radios and no handheld weather radios on hand. To clear out our inventory, we have reduced the price from $25.00 to $15.00. Yes, only $15.00, so come get one or more while they last. Once they are gone, that’s going to be it.