Light Up Porches on 4/1

Grab your favorite beverage, sit on your porch or out in your yard and say hi to those around you.
Tonight, Wednesday, April 1 at 7pm (Central Standard)
People around the world are lighting a candle, lantern, luminaria or some light on their front porch in support of  medical professionals working to aid others in the covid-19 outbreak

Sunset Supper: September 7th!

Our annual sunset supper is right around the corner. Mark your calendar and make plans to have a great time with such great neighbors. Know a new neighbor? Bring them along!
MNA will provide drinks, hamburgers and hot dogs.
Feel free to bring a side dish or a dessert.
Don’t forget your lawn chair!
We’ll update this post and the events page w/ more details soon!
sunset supper

MAY 10 & MAY 11: MNA Garage Sale


Friday May 10th and Saturday May 11th – each household choses their own time
It’s time for Spring-cleaning and de-clutter! “One mans’ trash…is another man’s treasure”
MNA will promote by email, Facebook, Nextdoor, and yard signs.
Participation is up to individual household.

KCMO Announcement: Limb Pickup

01.16.2019, from KCMO website

KCMO is preparing to haul off limbs felled by snow & ice

This week, crews continue to pick up downed branches that have already been reported in the right of way, & this weekend’s storm is expected to bring down more branches.

Starting Jan. 16, Public Works crews will work 12-hour shifts to treat and plow streets citywide. Are storm-damaged branches littering your yard? KCMO WILL HAUL THEM AWAY!!!  You can schedule a SPECIAL BRANCH COLLECTION!  

Contact KCMO by Jan 24th by:

  • calling 311, 
  • tweeting @kcmo311 or 
  • registering online at KCMO.GOV/311 

Guidelines for collection

Once you’ve scheduled your appointment,
STACK ON YOUR CURB BY: Jan 28th, 6am 


DO NOT DISCARD BAGS OF LEAVESthey will not be collected  

IF YOU CAN TRANSPORT DOWNED BRANCHES YOURSELF: The City has waived fees for KCMO residents, with ID, at its three leaf and brush drop off centers, (11660 N. Main St., 1815 N. Chouteau Trafficway, and 10301 Raytown Rd) which now have extended operations through Feb. 16. 


Stay on top of City readiness for winter weather, and get preparedness tips, learn about the snow removal process, find emergency snow routes and check out answers to frequently asked questions, at

Remember: When the snow starts falling, residents should park vehicles off the street or park only on one side of the street, either the north or west sides, so that neighborhood plows can clear streets more quickly. The city’s snow procedures call for clearing a passable lane on neighborhood streets, while plowing main streets curb to curb.