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Users can see what registered hazardous waste producers are located near them. The database provides the names, addresses and size classifications of the waste creators, as well as contact information for each facility.
Columbia provides updated, downloadable data on recent police and fire dispatches, health inspections and business licenses.
CHA meeting agendas and reports to be discussed are available to the public.
Find out who has an active felony warrant out for arrest in Boone County. Records are updated frequently.
The city of Columbia has provided various sets of data in support of roll carts.
Fishermen can view a list of Missouri fishing spots sorted by species of fish found in each location.
View the full list of current and upcoming road closures, provided by the Boone County Office of Emergency Management.
You can find Columbia Public Schools' attendance boundaries using the district's website.
You can see what meetings are happening around Columbia in an interactive calendar created by the city.
You can view the salaries of UM System employees from 2012-13 in a database put together by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Search for ordinances and resolutions considered by the Columbia City Council since 1999.
The Missouri Attorney General's Office has a website that details charity expenses, total revenue and contact information.
Residents considering owning chickens within city limits must follow specific instructions in the ordinance.
Columbia's Code of Ordinances specifies insulation, roof load, swimming pool and other requirements needed to keep buildings up to code.
The Missouri Department of Education lists every public school district in the state. Each district has information about its number of schools, number of employees and contact information.
City Council approved four new pickleball courts at Albert-Oakland Park. The plans for the courts are available on the Columbia Parks and Recreation Department website.
Crime reports can be sorted by month to show which crimes are occurring in different areas of Columbia.
The Fire Department's website has suggested ways for residents to prevent or cope with fire and extreme weather.
Columbia Water and Light released the report in March. It outlines Columbia Water and Light's energy purchases.
A map showing first priority, second priority and state-maintained routes can be accessed through the Columbia Public Works Department's website.