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About Missouri City Television
Missouri City Television
Municipal Solid Waste Program
"Show Me" Missouri City Newsletter
The Communications Department connects the community and others with their city government by:
Delivering clear and consistent information on the city's programs and services through print, electronic, and digital opportunities
Developing and disseminating information on the appeal of Missouri City’s residential and business opportunities
Using these communications tools to foster community pride in the quality of life the city offers
Key Programs / Services
Citizen communications -
The citizen newsletter "Show Me Missouri City" is produced quarterly. Other highlights that keep citizens aware of city activities are "Council Connection" (on the website homepage following each City Council meeting), "In the News" (produced twice a month for Missouri City Television), regular news releases emailed to homeowner associations and a citizen subscriber list. As the liaison between the city and the homeowner associations, staff manages department presentations at home owner association (HOA) meetings and the periodic city-wide HOA Board meeting. The City Hall Call Center handles citizen inquiries.
Media communications -
News releases are developed for dissemination to the media and HOAs.
Missouri City Television (MCTV) -
Information on city programs and services are produced and aired 24 hours a day, seven days a week on
Missouri City Television (MCTV)
. MCTV - authorized by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) - is available on Comcast (channel 16) and U-verse (channel 99) and can be viewed from the city's website homepage. The
includes City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission meetings, a news segment, public service announcements, economic development updates, informational videos, and a bulletin board featuring city events and other information.
The city has developed and manages two websites:
Missouri City Texas
Missouri City Ready
WQMN - 1690 AM -
The emergency advisory radio station, broadcasts 24 hours a day on the AM frequency 1690 kHz, as licensed by the FCC. In the event of an emergency situation, the station will carry public safety information, instructions, advisories, and announcements. The current programming includes local announcements at the top and the bottom of every hour and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather radio every quarter after and quarter till the hour.
Director of Communications
1522 Texas Pkwy.
Missouri City, TX 77489
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Missouri City Ready
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1522 Texas Pkwy • Missouri City, TX 77489
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