Local Group Calls for Audit of the Kansas City Missouri Water Department

AuditKC is a grass roots effort aimed at correcting the mismanagement of Kansas City’s Water Services Department (“KCWater”). The Missouri State Auditor offered to audit KCWater in 2013 only to be rebuffed by Mayor Sly James and the City Council. However, the citizens of Kansas City have the power to call for such an audit by way of petitioning the State Auditor. For more details on how petition audits work in Missouri, click here.

Once enough signatures have been collected and submitted to the State Auditor, the Auditor will put out a press release announcing the audit and calling for public comment. At that time, Kansas City residents will have an opportunity to share their concerns with the State Auditor and, potentially, have their concerns investigated as part of the audit.

If you would like to sign the petition or volunteer to help us collect signatures, send us an email at [email protected], call us at (816) 343-8557, or fill out the form below and we will contact you as soon as possible.t