Emergency Proclamation – March 22, 2020
The City of Lawson supports the Order to Shelter in Place issued by the Clay County Health Department, effective Tuesday March 24, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. and in effect for 30 days. At this time, we highly recommend that our citizens throughout the City of Lawson, both Ray and Clay County sides of the community, follow the guidance of the Clay County Health Department and following the Shelter In Place Proclamation.
Please know we understand how difficult this request is to make of the community and we do not take it lightly. However, if we choose not to do it, the consequences may be much more severe. Our number one priority is to ensure the health and safety of the community. We have limited abilities in our local ordinance to impact the spread of COVID-19, but with the cooperation of the community, we will do our part to beat this.
Missouri American Water
March 17 – As always, American Water is committed to providing clean, safe, reliable & affordable water. As the EPA announced, Americans can continue to use and drink water from their tap as usual. To stay on top of updates and to find answers to FAQs, click here: https://bit.ly/38MAoxZ
Redgate Disposal Message
Lawson Food Pantry
Call 816-551-7566 to schedule your appointment – no online scheduling available. Must live in the Lawson School District. Until further notice, the Food Pantry will be open every other week. Click here for additional guidelines.
DO NOT COME WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT – OBSERVE SOCIAL DISTANCING
Watch Facebook page for pickup dates.
Can you help? Click here for pantry needs.
During these extraordinary times, the fresh produce industry remains committed to keeping fresh produce moving to millions of consumers across the United States and around the world. The fresh produce industry is truly an essential part of the public health infrastructure and remains committed to continuing to grow and bring food to consumers. Learn more at United Fresh website.