A little about King City
We are a true community influenced by our yesterdays and excited about out tomorrows. Visit our history and enjoy our people.
The history of King City
John Pittsenbarger was the first European settler when he set up a tent in town in 1856. His application to name the town Petersburg was rejected because there was already a town of that name in Boone County, Missouri. According to local legend, the United States Postmaster General submitted his name. The Postmaster General at the time was Horatio King, (although the local history refers to Rufus King. The town became a stop on the St. Joseph and Des Moines Railway in 1878. The railway eventually became part of the Burlington Northern network and is currently abandoned.
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101 E. Vermont Street
King City, Missouri
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Businesses in King City, Missouri
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Millers Rustic Sawmill
Millers Rustic Mill is a family owned and operated sawmill.