Located in the North Region of the state. The county seat of Shelby County, Missouri, is Shelbyville. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 6,660, a decrease of 282 over the 1990 census.
For information on county government, contact the National Association of Counties Web site.
Additional information is available at these pages:
Other Missouri Counties nearby:
(Kirksville) Adair County
(Keytesville) Chariton County
(Monticello) Lewis County
(Macon) Macon County
(Palmyra) Marion County
(Paris) Monroe County
05/28 Coming to The Shelbyville area
Burlington Steamboat Days Burlington IA June11-16 There are two stages on the concert grounds; the South Stage presents local bands and has two performances every evening, except Sunday night which has an early performance only. We also have a carnival midway with over 25 rides presented and many carnival games you can step up and play.
Farmington Strawberry Festival Farmington IA June14-16 Crafts, antiques, collectibles, games, and food booths are just a few of the things you will find lining the streets of the downtown area on these three days in June.
Western Illinois Fair Griggsville IL June26-30 Loads of fun for the whole family. Food, entertainment, rides, games, agricultural exhibits, animals, commercial vendors, kids activities, plus a whole lot more.
Promise Land Music Festival Ottumwa IA July12-13 Music Festival dedicated to bringing Fun, Affordable, Positive Entertainment to Southeast Iowa while introducing talented musicians to Southeast Iowa.
Oskaloosa Sweet Corn Serenade Oskaloosa IA August1 This family festival features good food, numerous children's activities sponsored by area civic organizations, a wide variety of musical entertainers and a large craft show. Delicious sweet corn fresh cooked for only 25¢, Pork burgers, pie and ice cream are available for a small charge. This event also features pedal tractor pull, a pie baking contest, and a corn shucking contest just to name a few. This event alone typically brings over 5,000 patrons to downtown Oskaloosa.