Show Me the Records
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education offers a free annual report on all of the school districts in Missouri.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture maintains an interactive map of the nation's food deserts, areas where residents "don't have ready access to affordable and nutritious food."
The city of Columbia offers a guide to its Neighborhood Organization Program, which includes a list of neighborhood associations and contacts as well as information about how to form a neighborhood association.
Tax increment financing is becoming a popular way for municipalities in Missouri to fund development that might not otherwise occur. Check on the status of these projects around the state.
Looking to head out on the water this weekend around Missouri? Check out the Department of Natural Resource's website first to see if your favorite beach is open.
The city of Columbia provides a breakdown of how the transportation sales tax is spent every year. The tax funds the airport, roads and buses, among other things.
Find out if the police are actively seeking to arrest a neighbor, friend or family member.
Missouri's Comprehensive Children's Mental Health System 2011 report details the goals and programs of the Children's Office of the Department of Mental Health.
Regional Economic Development Inc. is pushing for an Enhanced Enterprise Zone in Columbia. These documents relate to the EEZ in Columbia.
SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Summer Food Service Program site list provides families with free meal locations
Summer Food Service Program gives children in need free meals during the summer. The program is federally funded.
This registry helps residents stay informed about the potential sex offenders living in the area.
The Adolescent Health Needs Assessment through the Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services show mental and physical health trends among Columbia's youth.
The data here break down each state's happiness into six categories: life evaluation, mental health, physical health, healthy behavior, work environment and basic access.
The 2012 Local Warning Systems Consolidated Report lists providers of weather warning systems, their websites and user fees, if applicable.
Columbia residents can find out the latest updates about the process of the city's new comprehensive plan, Columbia Imagined.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has analysis of accidents involving deer between 2002 and 2010.
The data compares the dropout rate in specific school districts including student demographics and compares them to Missouri averages.
City website shows proposed changes to animal control ordinance.
The Missouri Department of Higher Education annually reports data that includes grade point averages and percentages of high school graduates returning to college after the first and second semester.
Nursing homes are inspected by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, and you'll want to check their inspection record before turning a loved one over to a caregiver.