the
midtown weekly

September 21 - September 27


Working to make Midtown a great place for ALL.
NEWS & RESOURCES
 
Want to be in the KC Streetcar Main Street Extension Loop?

https://kcstreetcar.org/about-streetcar/mainstreet-extension/
 
November 3 Election Ballot Information

There is a lot of info out there about how ballots will work for the General Election.
We asked the KC Board of Election Commissioners for specifics and this is what they provided:
 
Voters can vote absentee at the KCEB office starting 9/22 and ending 11/2. KCEB will have 3 additional absentee satellites located throughout the City starting 10/13 where voters can vote absentee only.

Download Absentee and Mail-In Ballot Request HERE.

FYI: Voters who request mail-in ballots MUST mail the ballots via USPS and be received by KCEB office no later than 7:00 pm on November 3, 2020. They can NOT drop them off at the polls. Absentee ballots can be surrendered at the polls.

Last day to register to vote is 10/7. Register to vote 
HERE.


NOTARY SERVICES

Midtown KC Now will have a notary available; stay tuned for a schedule.
KC Parks & Rec Community Centers will have notaries on-site. Go 
here for more info.
The KC Library will provide notarizing appointments. Go 
here for more info.
Curbside KC will be offering notary services. Go 
here to make an appt.
You can make an appointment for notarization at The Whole Person 
here.
 
 
Take Your Business Outside!

There’s never been a more important time to think creatively about how your business can welcome customers. Whether you own a restaurant, a coffee shop, a retail store, or anything that welcomes people indoors, we all know that this time is beyond challenging. The good news is it’s possible to use our outdoor spaces to invite and serve customers safely.
 

Midtown KC Now has worked with CityFi and Street Smarts Design + Build to create a helpful, FREE GUIDE on how to take advantage of the space outside your door. Please see link below for the City's Permitting process.

Additional resources:
Better Block
City of KCMO Permit Overview
CompassKC
National Association of City Transportation Officials
 
 
Graffiti in Midtown

We have recently seen an increase in graffiti in Midtown. If your property has been vandalized in the Midtown KC Now service area (Pershing to 47th, SW Trafficway to Gillham Road), please send a photo, location, and date of occurrence to Stan Henry.
 
 
COVID-19 Resources & Testing

For a list of COVID-19 related resources, please go to our website.

For FREE testing provided by the City of KCMO, go to their weekly site list here.
The health department suggests calling on Mondays when new lists are posted as appointments are limited and fill quickly.
 
 
MIDTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS
Check your neighborhood's site for their meetings & events!

Coleman Highlands
Heart of Westport
Hyde Park
Old Hyde Park Historic District
Plaza/Westport
Roanoke
Rockhill
Southmoreland
Union Hill
Valentine
Volker
West Plaza
EVENTS
this week
carville's cure: leprosy, stigma, and the fight for justice - 9/22
connection art exhibit - now through 9/24
understanding missouri's school to prison pipeline - 9/24
changing landscape of us immigration law - 9/24
bridging the gap gala: climate & cuisine - 9/24
puppets a glow-go - 9/25
the whole person's virtual gatsby gala - 9/26
art in the park (west plaza) - 9/26
virtual ms bike ride - 9/26
peaceworks kc art fair - 9/26 - 9/27


upcoming events
kc job fair - 9/29
writers for readers 2020: reading election day - 9/29
virtual happy hour: visions of the flint hills - 10/2
mkcn coffee klatch - 10/7
kc symphony @ theis park - 10/10
kcya: spark the arts - 10/14
grilled cheese & mac festival - 10/17
the sound of kansas city - 10/18
water: access, supply, sustainability - 10/27 - 10/29
general election - 11/3
pilgrim run - 11/26
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If you have events you would like featured in
The Midtown Weekly, please email info and a photo (if you have one) to LEIGH by Thursday, the week before the date of the event.