Lamar Municipal Court

417-682-5554, Ext. 300
Mailing Address:
1104 Bdway. St., Lamar, MO 64759
Street Address:
1104 Broadway Street, Lamar, MO 64759
US 160 runs through Lamar and meets IS 71 to the West of town.
Around 1852 the erection of a sawmill and the establishment of a mercantile store marked the beginning of Lamar. In addition to Harry S. Truman Lamar is known as the place where Wyatt Earp had his first job as the city's local constable in the 1870's. The city's economy is boosted by the presence of two factories; one of which manufatures ready to assemble furniture and the other manufactures custom store fixtures and conducts a large retail business. Lamar's free fair is held each August with a carnival featuring adult and children's rides, livestock shows, Kiddy and Rotary Parades, car shows, dances and the annual Lamar Queen contest. The city has two sites which are great for water sports and recreation. The Aquatic park has three venues. The The Leisure pool features has zero grade entry, slides, a floating alligator, floating raft, lily pads, sky shooter, raindrop toadstools and a large umbrella. The Competition pool has 25 meter lap lanes, water volleyball, water basketball and water polo and the The Natatorium, which is an indoor facility with two 25 meter lap lanes, water aerobics and water therapy classes. The large bathhouse which includes a concession area, showers and lockers. The Lamar City Lake has close to 250 acres of water surface and thousands of feet of shoreline. Visitors will find it a great place to fish or use the covered boat slip and three floatation fishing docks.
Hon. James Nichols
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