The discharge of non-aerial fireworks is permitted between 4:00 pm and 10:00 pm on July 3 and July 4. The shooting of aerial fireworks are permitted between 4:00 pm and 10:00 pm on July 3, and July 4 on three acre tracts of land or more. Penalties are fined increasingly by number of offenses. Fourth penalty and beyond are punishable under section 22-70 of the City Code. Ref: Liberty City Ordinance 22-20
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Bow and arrow hunting of deer and vermin control within portions of the city consisting of five acres or more of unplatted land is permitted only with a conventional bow and arrow during state hunting season with permission of the landowner. No hunting shall be permitted within 250 feet of any roadway, residential structure or place where domestic animals are kept. Ref: Liberty City Ordinance 22-23.
All ATVs are prohibited in parks, on sidewalks, streets, alleys and public ways. Scooters of less than 50 cc may be operated on the city streets by person with a valid Missouri driver’s license.
The Police Department and the Liberty Landlords Association have teamed together to form the Liberty Safe Residence Program. This program provides lease addendums to help protect landlords from criminal activity and other issues on their properties. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
M-291 Hwy from the south city limits at Old M-210 Hwy north to the city limits at M-291 Hwy and Ash St.; US 69 Hwy from M-33/I-35 to M-33/B Hwy; I-35 from south city limits to the north city limits. Trucks shall not be permitted unless they are making deliveries or providing services on the designated truck routes. Ref: Liberty City Ordinance 20-25
No person is permitted to discharge any air, BB/pellet gun, rifle, gun or pistol within the city of Liberty unless it is during the participation in a firearm training program whose safety has been approved by the chief of police. Ref: Liberty City Ordinance 22-22