Albany, Gentry County, Missouri

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Welcome to Albany!

Albany, centrally located between Kansas City, Des Moines, and Omaha, is a small but progressive community of approximately 1,700. Residents enjoy a reasonable cost of living along with a first-rate quality of life and easy access to all the region has to offer. Albany features excellent schools, parks, and recreational opportunities. Access to outstanding health care is available locally. Get involved in one of our many community groups or join a board or committee. Broadband internet service is in place with new fiber installation happening now. Space and infrastructure are readily available at our Industrial Park.

Just visiting? Our local businesses and popular restaurants are ready to serve you, check us out!

Please click on the Register or Sign Up button to make sure you are on the notification list sharing progress updates and opportunities to participate. This will also ensure you can speak up online through upcoming discussion forums, surveys, and polls posted here in the near future. We'll also be posting documents that registered users will be able to access.

What's going on?

Maximize Albany

Maximize Albany was created to serve as a continuous guide of support to help its leaders recognize opportunities, make fact-informed decisions and transform Albany and regional shared economies. For more information on how to get involved, contact Mackenzie Manring at ecodev@albanymo.net.

Main Street Albany

Albany is working with Missouri Main Street in an effort to revitalize our downtown square. We are seeking committee members to help us with upcoming projects. If you are interested, contact Brenda Parman at blparman@windstream.net.

Rally for the Rigney

The Albany Community Development Corporation, in step with Main Street Albany, has formed a committee for the restoration of the century-old Rigney Theater. The Rigney Theater committee will explore fundraising efforts for future renovations that will allow the venue to be used in a variety of ways to enrich the community, school, and downtown area. For more information on how to get involved, contact Mackenzie Manring at ecodev@albanymo.net.

Helpful Links

City of Albany

Albany Chamber of Commerce

Albany R-III School District

The New Shopper (local businesses, job postings, and events)

This page is made possible by Maximize Albany and Maximize Northwest Missouri.

Welcome to Albany!

Albany, centrally located between Kansas City, Des Moines, and Omaha, is a small but progressive community of approximately 1,700. Residents enjoy a reasonable cost of living along with a first-rate quality of life and easy access to all the region has to offer. Albany features excellent schools, parks, and recreational opportunities. Access to outstanding health care is available locally. Get involved in one of our many community groups or join a board or committee. Broadband internet service is in place with new fiber installation happening now. Space and infrastructure are readily available at our Industrial Park.

Just visiting? Our local businesses and popular restaurants are ready to serve you, check us out!

Please click on the Register or Sign Up button to make sure you are on the notification list sharing progress updates and opportunities to participate. This will also ensure you can speak up online through upcoming discussion forums, surveys, and polls posted here in the near future. We'll also be posting documents that registered users will be able to access.

What's going on?

Maximize Albany

Maximize Albany was created to serve as a continuous guide of support to help its leaders recognize opportunities, make fact-informed decisions and transform Albany and regional shared economies. For more information on how to get involved, contact Mackenzie Manring at ecodev@albanymo.net.

Main Street Albany

Albany is working with Missouri Main Street in an effort to revitalize our downtown square. We are seeking committee members to help us with upcoming projects. If you are interested, contact Brenda Parman at blparman@windstream.net.

Rally for the Rigney

The Albany Community Development Corporation, in step with Main Street Albany, has formed a committee for the restoration of the century-old Rigney Theater. The Rigney Theater committee will explore fundraising efforts for future renovations that will allow the venue to be used in a variety of ways to enrich the community, school, and downtown area. For more information on how to get involved, contact Mackenzie Manring at ecodev@albanymo.net.

Helpful Links

City of Albany

Albany Chamber of Commerce

Albany R-III School District

The New Shopper (local businesses, job postings, and events)

This page is made possible by Maximize Albany and Maximize Northwest Missouri.