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Helpful links if you have general interest other aspects of the fire service or other helpful policy links.   Please follow this link to find out more about the Missouri Fire Sprinkler Coalition Summit! http://www.firesprinklerinitiative.org/state-coalitions/missouri.aspx Also check out the National Home…

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Renting Parks and Pavilions

PARK & PAVILION SCHEDULES SUMMER HOURS:      APRIL 1-SEPT 30 **GATES OPEN & 7:30AM** PARK CLOSES @ 8:30 10-3                                                                             3-8 PAV #1             $20                                                      PAV #1             $25 PAV #2             $15                                                      PAV #2             $20 PAV #3            …

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KNOX Box Program

The City of Bolivar and the Bolivar Fire Department along with local businesses participate in the KNOX Box program. This program ensures quick access to a business in case of emergency all the while ensuring the business complete security. For…

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BCFD Honor Guard

Bolivar Fire Department is proud to have a 4 man honor guard to represent our department and the community. This unit is lead by Chief James Ludden. This group marches in local parades, represents BCFD at the state wide firefighter…

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Utility Forms

Below are downloads in .pdf format. If you are looking for other documents, forms, or years please visit the central forms and documents page by clicking here. Water sewer account agreement- business Water sewer account agreement - individual Water sewer…

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Links:

Missouri Department of Homeland Security National Weather Service Polk County Health Center Missouri State Highway Patrol SEMA (State Emergency Management Agency) FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) US Dept of Homeland Security

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Training Policies and Procedures:

Requirements to be a volunteer are: o   18 yrs of age o   Pass background check and drug/alcohol screening o   Score a 4.0 or greater on the physical capacity test o   Possess a valid operator’s license and have automobile insurance o  …

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Burning Brush Piles

Burning within the City of Bolivar is allowed with a few restrictions. These include burning building material or other items not allowed by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.  Prior to burning, please contact the FD so that we may…

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Smoke Detectors

Follow these tips to help save your life & property from fire: For minimum protection, install a smoke detector outside of each bedroom or sleeping area in your home. Keep your bedroom doors closed while you are asleep. Better, install…

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Golf Course

The City's Municipal Golf Course has recently come under City Management after being leased and operated as the Bolivar Golf Club for more than 30 years.  Located 1506 W. Broadway St., it is a beautiful 9 hole course offering play to all ages featuring "Two…

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Water Department

The Water Department consists of four employees. Employee's have their DS3 Water License Equipment includes two backhoes (one John Deere and one Cat), two dump trucks and three service trucks. The City’s water supply is run by five wells; four…

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Street Maintenance

Mission Statement: To repair, maintain and construct street passageways throughout the City to ensure safe travel for residents and visitors. There are seven employees of the street maintenance division of Public Works that perform the following duties for approximately 125…

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Aquatic Center

The new Bolivar Aquatic Center opened in the summer of 2012. It is located at 1710 W. Broadway. Contact 417-777-1215 with any questions. The Aqua Zone is set to open the first weekend in May. Watch our Facebook page for updates. Closed…

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Youth Park

The Youth Park located at 399 S. Clark, has two full-length basketball courts, splash fountains, a playground, picnic facilities, restrooms and a community room. The community room can be reserved by contacting the City Utilities Department at 417-326-2489      

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Frisco Highline Trail

Located at 800 W. Jackson, the City of Bolivar has developed this northern end of the Ozark Greenway Trails system spanning from Springfield to Bolivar.  The trailhead building has seasonal restrooms, a covered picnic area, bike lock racks and two parking lots. http://www.friscohighlinetrail.org/

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