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Haysville City Council

 

The Haysville City Council establishes policy direction for the City by enacting ordinances, laws, policies, adopting the budget, levying taxes, and appointing members to boards and commissions.  

Meetings

The Haysville City Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 200 W. Grand.  Meetings are broadcast live on Cable Channel 7 and are rebroadcast at various times.  View Channel 7 Live Broadcasts.  Meeting dates are adjusted for holidays.

Agenda and Minutes  

Elections 

General: The eight-member Council is elected to four-year terms on a nonpartisan basis with staggered terms of office. The council members are elected by ward and the Mayor is elected at-large. Terms are staggered so four council members, one from each ward, are elected every two years. The Mayor is elected by all voters in the City every four years. 

The wards are designated as follows:

Ward I

Ward I encompasses the quadrant of the City of Haysville that is north of the center of Grand Avenue (71st Street South) extending

Ward-Map

north to the city limits and west of the center of North Main Street (Seneca), extending to the western edge of the city limits. 

Ward II

Ward II encompasses the quadrant of the City of Haysville that is north of the center of Grand Avenue extending north to the northernm

 

ost city limits and east of the center of North Main Street to the eastern edge of the city limits. 

Ward III

Ward III encompasses the quadrant of the City of Haysville that is south of the center of Grand Avenue extending to the southernmost city limits and east of the center of German Avenue to the easternmost edge of the city limits. 

Ward IV

Ward IV encompasses the quadrant of the City of Haysville that is south of the center of Grand Avenue extending south to the south edge of the city limits and west of the center of German Avenue to the westernmost edge of the city limits.

 

To be eligible to hold office, the candidate must live in the ward for which the resident seeks office, and must be a registered voter.  Candidates for Mayor must live within the Haysville city limits and be a registered voter.

 

Voting Places: Ward I, III & IV, Haysville Community Library, 210 Hays Ave. Ward II, Haysville Activity Center, 7106 S. Broadway.

 

Citizens may register to vote at City Hall or the Sedgwick County Election Office