The City of Wood Heights is NOT under the Boil Order for Excelsior Springs starting this Wednesday, September 20, 2017 thru Friday September 22, 2017.  Wood Heights does NOT get water from Excelsior Springs.  Again, we are NOT included in this Boil Order.

June 2017 Announcements

Pet Vaccination Day is scheduled for Saturday, June 10, 2017 at the Wood Heights City Hall bay area.

Dr Stewart will provide Cat & Dog shots at a reduced rate to Wood Heights Residents only.

Dog & Cat Rabies $10

Dog Boosters $15

Feline Distemper $15

Feline/Leukemia $25

May 2017 Announcements

Citywide Garage Sale will be held, May 18, 19 & 20th 2017

Residents do not need a permit to participate and advertising will be done by the City.

City Hall will be closed on Monday, May 29th for Memorial Day

City Lake Trail

Some rainy day pictures of the lake and walking trail. We encourage residents to go and enjoy the lake and trail.

We've had several inquiries as to fishing at the lake. The City does not have a city license requirement other than you must have a Missouri State fishing license thru the Missouri Conservation Department. However we want to remind everyone that we do not allow swimming or boats on the lake.

July Update

Good morning Citizens,

          In July, we have began our street updates, we have the patch mix and are just waiting for dry weather to start the patches.

Mayor's December Report

This letter is to inform you of the results of the efforts of your Board of Aldermen, Mayor, and City Staff in 2015. 


Congratulations to Rachel Taylor on Maplewood Drive in Wood Heights for receiving her Masters of Science in Management from Baker University.

Be aware of car break ins

For the residents throughout the Wood Heights neighborhoods there has been a series of car break ins with a few reports of items being taken from the cars at night.  Please make sure your vehicles are locked and any thing of value is taken into your home.  If you notice any strangers contact the Ray County Sheriff's office (1-816-776-2000)  or City offices (1-816-630-7900) when opened.

When are the streets going to be fixed?

     I made a commitment to address street repairs on a regularly scheduled basis...and I admit we did not begin in June as we intended. The rain issues caused concerns for the city as well as it did for home owners!  The city workers have been addressing water and sewer issues at the city plant and Marvin Hill lift station all during June as a result of the rains.  Gary, Dennis and Kenny have spent extra hours - late evenings, early mornings and weekends on water issues.  Consistently safe drinking water and safe sewer management is the number one priority in the community. 

What are the Primacy Fees on my water/sewer bill?

     As you may notice there is a "Primacy fee" on your sewer bill this month and there will be another one next month on the water bill.  These are fees billed once a year for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources as a funding source to support the MDNR's public drinking water.  Every user of Missouri's public drinking water and sewers is charged these fees. Water and sewer are regulated by the State instead of the Federal government.  Detailed information can be found on the web site: 


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