2024 Election Dates to Remember  
February 20, 2024 - Absentee Voting begins for April 2, 2024 Municipal Election

February 27, 2024 -Candidate filing begins for August 6,2024 Primary Election

March 6, 2024 - Last day to register to vote in April 2, 2024 Municipal Election

March 26, 2024 - Last Day for Candidate Filing for August 6, 2024 Primary Election

April 2, 2024 - OFFICIAL ELECTION DAY- Municipal Election

June 25, 2024- Absentee Voting begins for August 6, 2024 Primary Election

July 10, 2024- Last Day to Register to Vote for August 6, 2024 Primary Election

August 6, 2024 - OFFICIAL ELECTION DAY- Primary Election

September 24, 2024- Absentee Voting begins for November 5, 2024 General Election

October 9, 2024- Last Day to Register to Vote for November 5, 2024 General Election

November 5, 2024- OFFICIAL ELECTION DAY- General Election

Polling Places in Knox County  
-St. Aloysius Hall, 608 Main St in Baring, MO on the corner of Church and Main Streets. ADA Compliant. Greensburg and Benton Townships vote here.

-Knox County Courthouse in Edina, MO 107 N 4th.IN THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE BASEMENT (FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE MUSEUM) ADA Compliant.Center, Bee Ridge, and Liberty Townships vote here.

-Hurdland First Baptist Church at 304 W Knox St; Hurdland, MO. ADA Compliant. Lyon Township votes here.

-Knox City Legion Hall at 105 E Main St in Knox City, MO. Hwy 6 blue building on the north side of the 4-way. ADA Compliant. Colony, Myrtle and Jeddo Townships vote here.

-Newark City Hall at 105 N Main; Newark, MO. ADA Compliant. Bourbon and Fabius Townships vote here.

-Novelty Christian Church 307 E Highway 156 in Novelty, MO. ADA Compliant. Salt River and Shelton Townships vote here.

For more information please the County Clerk's Office at 660-397-2184

OATS Services  
If you have trouble getting where you need to go the doctor, the grocery store, work or class- due to the challenges with driving or lack of transportation- OATS may be able to help! Find out more!

OATS is a private, not-for-profit corporation providing specialized transportation for senior citizens, people with disabilities and the rural general public in 87 Missouri counties. To find out more about OATS transit and their schedule in your area, Click Here.

Knox County Historical Society  
Click on the following link to visit our website: knoxcountymohistoricalsociety.com
Missouri Department of Conservation  

The following nearby Missouri Department of Conservation Areas are open to the public for rifle hunting:

Arrow-Wood CA in Shelby Co.

Atlanta-Long Branch CA in Macon Co.

Bee Hollow CA in Macon & Randolph Co.

Deer Ridge CA in Lewis Co.

Hunnewell Lake CA in Shelby Co.

Sever (Henry)Lake CA in Knox Co.

*Driving directions: One mile north of Newark on Route KK. The west side of the area can be accessed by traveling east of Newark on Hwy 156, and north one mile on Route E.

Union Ridge CA in Adair, Putnam & Sullivan Co.

White Oak Bend CA in Knox Co.

For more information and maps of these areas and other MDC Areas go to:


Knox County Extension Office  
Knox County R-1 School  

Home of the Knox County Eagles! Visit our website for all the latest school news and upcoming events: www.knox.k12.mo.us School Board meets 3rd Tuesday, 6 pm

Knox Co Emegency Management Contact Information  
Knox County Emergency Manager- Bill Whiles PO Box 38 Edina, MO 63537 bwhilesedinafarmhome@gmail.com
Assistance Concerning Employment for Veterans  
Contact Jeremiah Beamer, Disabled Veterans' Outreach Program Specialist
Tel: (660) 785-2400
Location: Knox County Courthouse
When: 3rd Wednesday each month
Time: 9:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
To be eligible for services, you must be either:
- An active-duty service member
- The spouse of a warrior-transition patient
- A veteran with a service-connected disability
- Separated from the military within last 3 years AND been unemployed at least 27 weeks at any time in the past 12 months
- Experiencing housing difficulties
- Released from past incarceration
- Lacking a high-school diploma or HiSET [GED]
- Receiving public assistance
- Between 18 and 24 years of age
Knox County Community Center  
The Knox County Community Center (KCCC) is a non-profit organization made up of 11 board members of our local community. They have been functioning as an official board since January 2008, volunteering their time to meet their goal of bringing a community center to Knox County. The center is a 10,000 sq. foot structure located on the block north of the Courthouse at 207 N. Fourth Street. The Knox County Community Center officially opened it's doors on April 14, 2012. For more information on the Knox Co. Community Center please click on the following link: www.kccommunitycenter.com