City Hall will be closed Monday January 18, 2021 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday holiday.
Please note that the entrance to city Hall is still closed due to Covid-19 precautions, so you do need to call ahead of time for any services needed.
The City of Milan plans to file a Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Application to provide funding for a new sidewalk project with curb and gutter adjacent to the east side of Pearl Street (Business Highway 5). The project will attempt to cover as much of the east side of Pearl Street as possible, contingent upon funding, but at a minimum should cover the expanse approximately from Richardson’s Supermarket to the intersection of Highways 5/6. TAP projects are coordinated through the Missouri Department of Transportation and funded by the Federal Highway Administration. The purpose of the project is to provide for pedestrian safety along this route as there is no existing sidewalk.
Individuals and organizations wishing to comment on the project may submit their feedback to the City in the following ways.
- Mail – City of Milan, 212 E. 2nd Street, P.O. 247, Milan, MO 63556
- E-mail – email@example.com
- Voice – (660) 265-4420
Any questions should be directed to Fred Ventresco, City Administrator, at the contact info. above.
Comments will be accepted through January 25, 2021.
THE LATEST IMPORTANT OFFICIAL HEALTH -RELATED INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE REGARDING COVID-19:
Below are a few sources of official information about the Corona Virus (COVID-19). It is important to make sure of the source of the information you are getting!
Sullivan County Health Department:
(This last link has the latest case count for Sullivan County.)
State of Missouri DHSS:
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS)
24-Hour HOTLINE: 877-435-8411
The federal government Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also has
official information at:
STATE OF MISSOURI RE-OPENING ECONOMY PLAN (Phase 2, to take effect Tuesday, June 16, 2020):
Governor’s/State’s Official statement:
In summary, the State has lifted all restrictions with Phase Two. However, cities or counties can continue to impose restrictions. Sullivan County and the City of Milan are in general following the state at this time. However, the City has retained some modified restrictions such as only the partial reopening of our park, and the pool will remain closed. More info is below on this page.
The State, however, emphasizes that they strongly recommend that all citizens should continue practicing Social Distancing and the other preventative recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The City of Milan echoes these sentiments, and wants to especially emphasize practice of safety precautions due to the recent and continued rise in positive cases in Sullivan County!
The Mayor’s Emergency Proclamation/Statement:
IMPORTANT CITY INFO. AND NOTICES:
PLEASE DO NOT FLUSH INAPPROPRIATE ITEMS:
We ask that you please do not dispose in the the toilet baby wipes, disinfectant wipes, gloves, or other similar products. This materiel will collect and compromise the city systems causing costly repairs, not to mention possibly stop up your own pipes.
PARKS AND RECREATION:
The City park will reopen Tuesday June 16, 2020. However, the playground equipment and restrooms will remain closed due to an abundance of caution to protect our City from the Spread of the virus. We have also posted some requirements and recommendations–see here:
The City pool will remain closed until further notice.
NEW CITY HALL CONTACT AND SERVICE RULES:
ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE FOR BUSINESSES:
Below are some sources of information about the emergency assistance for businesses due to the ravages of the Corona Virus. As you may be aware much of this legislation was passed very quickly and the implementation is still being worked out to some extent, and more information and news seems to be coming out daily, thus some of the documents below may have already become dated. It is important to follow up and do your own due diligence and be persistent.
FARMERS WHO HAVE FOOD TO SELL SEE THE NEWLY OPENED RESOURCE BELOW:
This is primarily to help farmers who may have food items that they may have to destroy due to the issues that the Virus is causing in our economy and food supply chain. Why not help yourselves and those that need the food.
Last updated 7/1/20