Fence Installation in Harrisonville, MO

4' spaced picket with plain posts (inside)

Elite Fence is a highly rated fence installation company in the Harrisonville, MO area since our opening over 20 years ago. Our residential fence and commercial fence customers continue to grow because of customer satisfaction.

At Elite Fence it is our goal to provide our customers with a superior level of service and to supply a quality product that will last for years to come. We do this by getting familiar with the newest fence products, having top of the line equipment, and a hardworking team of installers.

Increase the value, appearance, and safety of your property with a new fence.

Elite Fence specializes installing cedar wood, iron, chain link & vinyl fences!

About Harrisonville,MO

Harrisonville is ready to be a place where tradition meets innovation. Over more than a century, the community has established itself as a quintessential small town with significant historic assets, high quality of life, and strong regional positioning - a place to call home.

Harrisonville flourished during the first part of the 20th century and benefited from the establishment of new transportation and utility infrastructure. The Jefferson Highway was built in 1916 through downtown Harrisonville along what is now Independence Street; and by the 1920s Highway 71 provided a significant roadway connection to Kansas City. The population of Harrisonville reached 2,300 by the 1930s. The Great Depression again stifled growth in Harrisonville, but federal programs enabled the city to purchase Lake Luna and the water plant and create a new park. Following World War II, Harrisonville’s population began to grow again, as the population tripled between 1950 and 1990. Expansion of Highway 71 to a four-lane highway in the 1960s attracted national chains and new shopping centers that drew business away from the Historic Square. Disinvestment in downtown during this era created growing safety concerns. However, some preservation pioneers began to rediscover the city’s unique downtown and historic neighborhoods in the 1980s, and philanthropist Del Dunmire purchased 80% of the buildings on the square in the 1990s. A Historic Preservation Commission was established in 1993. Harrisonville today is a community strongly defined by its connection to the region, a high quality of life and unique historical roots. Even as an established and stable community, Harrisonville has accomplished many catalytic investments in the 2000s and 2010s and is well-positioned to support continued growth in business and housing.

Here are four must-see stops in Harrisonville all filled with decades of stories:

Red Barn Ranch

Red Barn Ranch farm is located just north of Harrisonville, Missouri, a short drive south of Kansas City.  There is something here for all ages on a real working farm! There are cows grazing on pasture, and you can feed the goats and alpacas in the petting area! You can pick pumpkins actually grown right here in the patch where I planted them. If you are wanting fun family experiences such as a corn maze, sunflowers, corn cannon, giant slides, nature trail, or picturesque photo taking opportunities, we have it!

Town Square

The Historic Harrisonville Square is a great place to shop, dine and unwind.  Check out these must see local businesses and places of interest to help you plan your visit.

Cass County Public Library

There’s no better place to learn about the history of Harrisonville than at the Cass County Public Library.

Opened in 1947, the time has come for the library system to undergo a massive transformation as part of a four-year strategic plan.

That means they’ll be updating facilities as well as growing the library’s reach and membership.

Sharp-Hopper Log Cabin

The Sharp-Hopper Log Cabin was constructed in 1835 and is now located on the property of the Cass County Public Library in Harrisonville, Missouri. The log cabin was originally located in the northern part of Cass County, which at the time of the cabin's construction was part of Johnson County. The Sharps had moved to Harrisonville, Missouri from Virginia due to other family members moving to the area.

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