Concrete Epoxy Coating is available in Kearney, MO. We offer services to several surrounding communities in the area. Kearney offers a lot of things for local people to do. School systems are a very High Priority. Education is the back bone of every Community. Our young people are the generations of tomorrow.
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Kearney is a city in Clay County, Missouri, United States. The population per the 2020 U.S. Census was 10,404. The city was the birthplace of Jesse James, and there is an annual festival in the third weekend of September to recognize the outlaw. It is part of the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Community Development Department
Our Community Development Department is comprised of three divisions, which are responsible for a wide range of services which are related to building construction, commercial and residential developments. Together they work to ensure community safety through building standards and improve the quality of life.
HISTORY OF KEARNEY MO
Tthe Southeastern portion of the town of Kearney was originally called Centerville, and was laid out by David T. Duncan and W.R. Cave in the spring of 1856. Duncan lived on and owned the South half of the site of Centerville. Cave purchased the North half from his father, Uriel Cave, the original owner. The first houses were built by Adam Pence and W.R. Cave, and theirs were the first families In the village.
Barney Spencer, a Kentuckian, owned the first store in Centerville, which was conducted for time some in the beginning by his brother-in-law, Sam Trabue. The second store was owned and run by John Wade, of Ohio. These stores were established in the spring of 1857. John Gilboe had the third store. A school house was built in about 1858 by W.R. Cave.