CARES Act Fund
Nodaway County has received Federal CARES Act funding. At this time we only have Grants available to Nodaway County taxing entities.
The COVID-19 CARES Act application will need to be completed in full and returned according to the dates outlined in the Nodaway County Policy for Distribution Form. This will be reviewed by Marilyn K. Jenkins, Collector-Treasurer and then approved by the Commission before reimbursement.
Reimbursement must be for expenses incurred between March 1, 2020 and December 30, 2020 and must adhere to all federal guidelines. See the attached Federal Funding Guidelines and Nodaway County Intergovernmental Agreement for the COVID-19 funding. In order to receive reimbursement as early as possible, applications must be returned in a timely manner.
Please contact Marilyn Jenkins at 660.582.4302 if you have questions.
Small Business Grant #3
Applictions for small businesses who have not previously applied will be accepted through November 25th.
Please contact Marilyn K Jenkins, Collector-Treasurer if you have questions. 660-582-4302
Welcome to Nodaway County, Missouri
Nodaway County was Incorporated in 1845 with the county seat located in Maryville, MO. Our current classification is -- Third Class County Township Government. Our 2010 Census population is 23,370 with an assessed valuation of $313,975,586 (2013). With 14 elected Officials our county consists of Agricultural and Industrial Businesses.
Missouri State Bird - Blue Bird
Nodaway County, Missouri Facts
The area which became Nodaway County was once a part of Indian lands covered with tall waving prairie grasses on the uplifts or "narrows". Imagine the vast prairies heavy with game and uncluttered by trees, except along the three north-to-south rivers and the small creeks!
Missouri territory became a state in 1821, but the Indians still held the triangle to the northwest, which contained very fertile and desirable land.
Bridge Replacement Grants funded. Read about it here.
Great news! The State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have approved the Nodaway County Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update. The Plan will be in effect for five years and will expire September 12, 2023.