March 22, 2020

Jackson County, in collaboration with regional partners, issued a stay-at-home order effective at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, March 24th, 2020. The order will stay in effect for 30 days. As public health officials continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19, this order will be updated with their latest recommendations and may be extended.

The City of Raytown will continue to provide essential governmental functions. On Monday, March 23rd, 2020 the City will release further information on these essential functions after completing a review of its current services.

In compliance with this order, Raytown Residents will be required to stay at home and shelter in place, except for necessary travel to seek essential services and meet other basic needs as stated in the Jackson County order. Guidance on this order has been further provided by Jackson County on their FAQs page at

Again, to ensure our residents are receiving up to date and reliable information regarding COVID-19, the following websites and hotline are available:

Centers for Disease Control –

Jackson County Health Department –

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services 24/7 hotline – 877.435.8411

Links to these sources, along with press releases, are available on the City of Raytown website at