Discarded appliances, household items, litter, debris, clutter, unused or broken objects should never be visible.
The official version of the Liberty City Code is available through the City Clerk’s office in the Administration Department at Liberty City Hall, E Kansas, Liberty, Missouri. For information about the official version of The Code of the City of Liberty, Missouri, contact the Deputy City. City Code only requires the city to send a one time notification in a calendar year on a property in violation of the weed ordinance. A second violation on the same property with the same property owner is considered a repeat offense.
Repeat offenses can be abated by the city. The City's tree limb yard will be open to Liberty residents Friday, Aug. 20 from 12 - 6 p.m. and Saturday, Aug.
21 from a.m. - 2 p.m. Read on Team Up to Clean Up Liberty Parks & Rec (LPR) is looking for individuals and groups to pick up litter in more than acres of parkland and along 10 miles of trails within the City of Liberty.
Building plans and site plans must be submitted to the City and reviewed by the Building Official for compliance with the IRC building codes and the City zoning regulations. All applicable fees must be paid.
How do I request a building inspection?
For more information, contact the Building Division at City Hall, E. Kansas St., 3rd floor, by phone at or you may. The building inspection division is responsible for: Receiving and reviewing building plans and permit applications. Issuing building permits. Answering building code related questions.
Scheduling and conducting building inspections. Tracking and keeping records of completed building inspections.