Our Local Representatives

Do you know who your elected representatives are? If not, don't feel bad. There are a lot to keep track of! Whether you're new to KC and trying to learn about your local government or a lifelong resident who wants to double-check who represents you in Jefferson City, we want to help you stay informed. You can also consult this list whenever there’s a call to action to contact your representatives.

Listed here are the people currently elected to office by downtown KC residents, from the local level to national representatives.

NATIONAL — Washington D.C. 

US Representative Emmanuel Cleaver II (D) – MO 5th
Senator Josh Hawley (R)
Senator Roy Blunt (R)
President Donald Trump (R)

CITY — Kansas City, Mo.

Map of the City Council Districts
Overview of City Officials
Mayor Quinton Lucas

4th District Councilman Eric Bunch
4th District Councilwoman Katheryn Shields

COUNTY — Jackson County

County Executive Frank White
Scott Burnett – 1st District
Crystal Williams – 2nd District At-Large

STATE — Missouri House & Senate

State Senator Jason Holsman (D) – 7th District
State Representative Judy Morgan (D) – 24th District
Attorney General Josh Hawley (R)
Lt. Governor Mike Parson (R)
Governor Mike Parson (R)

Additional Resources

Are you aware of the various resources available to Downtown residents?  Below are links to helpful information and services.

311 - Central point of contact with the city for residents. Simply call 311 or 816-513-1313.
Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners - Information about voter registration and upcoming elections.
Household Hazardous Waste - The City of Kansas City will dispose of hazardous waste materials for residents.
Downtown Community Improvement District
River Market Community Improvement District
Downtown Council of Kansas City - Nonprofit organization dedicated to the revitalization and resurgence of Downtown Kansas City.
Kansas City Convention & Visitors Association
Kansas City Public Library - Closest branch for downtown residents is located at 10th and Baltimore.
Put Junk in your Trunk - Public service announcement from the Police Department, Downtown, River Market Improvement Districts about crime prevention.
Emergency Resource Guide for the Homeless Community - Real change versus spare change. Give where it counts, by donating to these organizations.