El Dorado Springs is a progressive community
located in Southwest Missouri. The current population is 3,593
according to the 2010 U.S. Census. El Dorado Springs is the
largest city in Cedar County.
El Dorado Springs was incorporated in 1881 and has a rich and
colorful history. It operates on a Council-Manager form of
government and is a full-service city.
El Dorado Springs is ideally located
between Kansas City, Springfield and Joplin on US Highway 54
between US Highway 71 and State Highway 13.
Excellent hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation
opportunities are plentiful. Truman, Stockton and Pomme de Terre lakes are all in
close proximity. The Conservation Department has Schell Osage and Four Rivers
conservation areas nearby. El Dorado Springs also has thousands of acres of native
tallgrass prairie within minutes.
The agricultural lands to the west provide a good soil base for
crop production such as corn, soybeans, milo and wheat,
with a 192 day growing season that allows for double cropping.
Most areas are conducive to running cattle with the more popular
breeds being Angus, Limousin, and Polled Hereford. The mild
climate and long growing season make it possible to run cow/calf
pairs on two to five acres per year. Southwest Missouri leads
the state in cow/calf production and the state ranks second in
People come here to raise their families, start or relocate
their business, or just retire because of the location, mild
climate, fresh air, low cost of living, low crime rate, slow
pace of life, access to hunting and fishing, and area shopping. Feel the need for
a larger city? You can be in Joplin,
Springfield or Kansas City in a little over an hour. With
medical facilities, doctors, dentists, and veterinarians, El
Dorado Springs is a self-contained, self-supporting community.
Please explore the various pages and topics
of this website. We
are striving to provide effective and efficient services to the
residents of El Dorado Springs. We are working to enhance the quality of life you
experience in our community.
City News and Events
Bulky Trash - Week of October 12-15 on regular trash day. For more information, Click here . . ..
Leaf Pick Ups -
Weeks of November 2-5, November 16-19 and December 14-17
on regular trash day. For more information, Click here . . ..
Injured Firefighters Fundraisers -
CountyLine BBQ is hosting a benefit
poker run Saturday, October 10 at
10:00 a.m. For more information, Click here . . .. The
El Dorado Springs Eagles will have a benefit
turkey shoot Sunday, October 11
at 11:00 a.m.
Highway 54 Sidewalk Project Update - In
conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce, the City is moving forward with a grant that will assist in installing sidewalks along Highway 54. For more information and an update on the project, Click here . . ..
ElDo Buzz - The City has added a text, email and voice messaging system. This system is free to you and will allow you to receive important news and information regarding news, programs and weather alerts. Sign-Up Now!
2015 Golf Tournament Schedule - For a list of tournaments, Click here . . .
Tai Chi Class - For information on Tai Chi classes
held on Tuesday and Thursday
mornings at 9:00 a.m., contact the Civic Center at 417-876-3393.
Tumbling, Gymnastics & Cheer Classes - Continue on Monday nights. You can begin at any time. Call Civic Center at 876-3393 for more information.
Senior Aerobics - Mondays and Fridays at 9:00 a.m. Call Civic Center at 876-3393 for more information.
Silver Sneakers Fitness Program - Mondays and Fridays at 10:00 a.m. Call Civic Center at 876-3393 for more information.
If your business or local club is interested in a listing or link on this site, please contact Lisa Allison, City Clerk, at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 417-876-2521. If you have a link and would like it included, the cost will be $180.00 per year. If you do not have a link or would just like your listing included, the cost will be $100.00 per year.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. If you wish to file a Civic Rights program
complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at:
http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint, or at any USDA office, or call
866-632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the
information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us
by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Ave, SW, Washington DC
20250-9410, by fax 202-690-7442 or email at