This park at 711 S. Springfield is a point of interest marking the stop here in Bolivar of the Butterfield Stage Company. A cover over the spring, a picnic table and a sundial make up this small park.
This little park located at 401 S. Clark has two large picnic tables; one with stone BBQ grill and a stream that runs year round, making it a nice place to have lunch.
Located at 1700 E. Aldrich Road, this complex has nine ball fields; three of which have lights for night games. Leading out of the large lighted parking lot is an extra wide sidewalk
These fields are located south of the YMCA front door parking lot. The YMCA is located at 1710 W. Broadway.
Located at 117 S. Dunnegan, Elmwood is a small neighborhood park designed with 2 to 5 year old children’s play equipment. Don’t worry older brothers and sisters; we have a swing set you can use, too.
Located at 601 W. Forest (N. Highway 83), this park is a real gem. If offers four pavilions with water and electricity, seasonal restrooms, play equipment, picnic tables through the park, BBQ grill and pits, nature trails, horseshoe pits, washer toss pits, storm safe room and a small lake.
The Bolivar Office of Emergency Management encourages you to have plans and supplies to fend for yourself for 72 hours after a major emergency. Bolivar has eight(8) storm sirens situated throughout the community that will sound for three minutes under…
The Board of Alderman establishes the fees for cemetery-related items. Periodically, these fees are reviewed and may be subject to change without notice.
Please refer to the City Code of Ordinances, Chapter 250, (Greenwood Cemetery) for the City’s Cemetery Rules and Regulations and General Information.
The City’s wastewater treatment plant is an aeration ditch type plant with an operating capacity of 2.5 million gallons of waste water per day. Three full time City employees maintain and operate the plant. All three employees have a Class…
I was born in Great Bend, Kansas, in 1961, but raised in Bolivar after moving to Missouri in 1965 when I was four years old. I graduated from Bolivar High School, have been married to my wife Jenise since 1988 and we have two daughters, Lorrie and Lacy.
James Ludden is a familiar face to the city of Bolivar, but only since July 1st of 2012 has he been hired as the Chief of the Bolivar City Fire Department. He has been a resident of Bolivar since he…
‘Helping US help YOU!’ We would like to encourage anyone who sees someone or something that might be suspicious to call 417-869-8477. Or if you would like to talk to someone from Polk County Dispatch their non emergency phone number…
The Bolivar Police Department adheres to the Missouri Sunshine Law in the release of information and records. Accident reports may be obtained by mail or in person. To allow for processing, these reports are available 7 business days following the date of the accident and can be attained at the Police Dept. during regular business hours.
Each year during the holidays, the Bolivar Police Department joins with Wal-Mart to sponsor Shop with a Cop®. Wal-mart designates an amount of money and the department matches it. Each year local businesses and individuals from our community faithfully contribute to support this wonderful program.
D.A.R.E. is, and has been, a special program for the Bolivar Police Department. In the early 1990’s when the program was first introduced to the mid-west, MSHP Trooper Alan Hines taught the first class in a Bolivar classroom as a trial.
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. Membership Applications membership application Annual Report 2016 Annual Report 2016b
Below are downloadable are the Parks & Recreation Department minutes in .pdf format. If you are looking for other documents, forms, or years please visit the central forms and documents page by clicking here. 2015 2015-01-16 Parks Minutes 2015-02-20 Parks…