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Find People In Cities Like:

  • Kansas City
  • St. Louis
  • Springfield
  • Independence
  • Columbia
  • Lee's Summit
  • O'Fallon
  • St. Joseph
  • St. Charles
  • St. Peters
  • Blue Springs
  • Florissant
  • Joplin
  • Chesterfield
  • Jefferson City
  • Cape Girardeau
  • Wildwood
  • University City
  • Wentzville
  • Ballwin
  • Liberty
  • Raytown

State of Missouri Total Population:
6 Million Residents

Capital City:
Jefferson City

Largest Cities:
Kansas City: 481,420
St. Louis: 311,404
Springfield: 167,319

Bordering States:
Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee

About Missouri Public Records

The Missouri's Sunshine Law governs public records and citizens' access to them. The records are created, stored, and maintained by all different types of government offices. Each agency has its own process and charges different fees for copies. The records include written materials, books, photo copies, information on computers, microfilms, tapes, records, photographs, statistical tabulations, maps, drawings, and other materials

Information like medical information, library records, social welfare information, personal financial information, tax returns, and unpublished research and commercial data, juvenile criminal and court records, are blocked out.

A Short History Of Missouri

Missouri was admitted to the United States as the 24th state in 1821. In 1673 the first Europeans came to the area. The Mississippi-Missouri river system waterways were the main means of communication and transportation in the region and the railroads started to be important in the late 1850s. St. Louis, Missouri, is home to the Budweiser beer and boasts the largest beer-producing plant in the country.