Sedalia, Missouri is the county seat of Pettis County. Sedalia is located about 30 miles south of the Missouri River and is the cross roads of US HWY 50 and US HWY 65. Deeply rooted in tradition, Sedalia is the home of the Missouri State Fair and the Scott Joplin Ragtime Festival. People from all over the state of Missouri travel to Sedalia every year to participate in State Fair which offers a fun and family friendly environment.
Sedalia was the host of a military installation during the American Civil War which adds to its boomtown atmosphere. With the connecting of two railroads in the post-civil war era, Sedalia grew at a rapid pace and developed a rough energy of its travelers and cowboys. During World War II, the military built Sedalia Glider Base to the west of Sedalia. After the war, Sedalia Glider Base was converted to a bomber base eventually becoming Whiteman Air Force Base, named after a man from Sedalia who was killed in the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. The Katy Trail, a 225 mile long trail running across the entire state of Missouri, runs through the town of Sedalia. Sedalia is home to famous musician Scott Joplin and Bill Booth.
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Directions to our firm from Sedalia are as follows: Take US-65 N to I-70 E toward St. Louis. Exit I-70 at the Stadium Blvd. exit. Take Stadium to Forum; turn right onto Forum. Follow Forum to its intersection with Chapel Hill. Turn left onto Chapel Hill. Take your first right onto Colony Dr. Follow Colony Dr. to the ‘Woodstock’ building. Parking is available both in front of and next to our building, and we are in Suite C.