Missing Trash & Recycling Containers: Residents who have their trash and/or recycling containers missing should call WCA at 816-380-5595. They are aware that some containers will need to be replaced. They will get you on the list to receive a replacement. Until you receive a new container, please put your trash and recycling in bags or boxes and WCA will get it picked up.
Volunteer Information: We want to send a giant thank you to the hundreds of volunteers that have assisted over the past weeks - you are all AWESOME!
Homeowners: Please make sure any contractors you are working with have a business license with the City. A current list of builders, re-modelers and roofers. Please check all three lists for your contractor (a builder may also do roofing etc). If you are working with a business that is not on the list please call City Hall, the business obtained a license within the last few days.
Donations of cash, checks & gift cards
The Smithville Kiwanis Club will be assisting with coordinating some donations for folks affected by the tornado. Donations will be handled as follow:
- Checks can be made payable to Smithville Kiwanis Club, put Smithville Tornado in the memo line
- Cash – place in an envelope with the contributors’ name and contact information
- Gift Cards - place in an envelope with the contributors’ name and contact information
ALL donations (checks, cash, gift cards) can be dropped off at either Smithville Platte Valley Bank location or at the Smithville Citizen’s Bank.
Immediate short term recovery efforts have ended as of March, 24, 2017. The City is working with several relief organizations including the Salvation Army, Red Cross and Catholic Charities with ongoing, long term recovery. We would like to thank everyone that volunteered and really showed the metro area what Smithville is all about! We ask that you continue to remember those families who were displaced by the tornado as they continue to work to restore their homes.