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Resident and Visitor Information

Visitors

 

Welcome to the City of Haysville, a full-service community! Haysville is located just south of Wichita in Sedgwick County, Kansas.  Despite Haysville's proximity to Wichita, the community manages to preserve a small-town atmosphere.

 

Haysville's Dining Options, Lodging Information, Local Events and Civic Groups

HelloHaysville.com is an external website created by Haysville Forward, Inc., with support from the City of Haysville, Haysville USD 261, the Chamber of Commerce, and many local businesses.  Maintained and administered by City of Haysville staff, the purpose of the site is to showcase Haysville's many attributes, which include numerous civic groups and community events, a top-notch education system, and an active, friendly community you'll surely want to say "hello!" to.  Click on the name tag below to be taken to HelloHaysville.com

 

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Housing

Haysville currently has several housing options for people looking to put down roots in Haysville.  There are three apartment complexes, three senior housing facilities, and several duplex and single-family rental options.

 

If you are interested in building a new home, Haysville has four subdivisions with lots available to purchase.  

 

Education

The Haysville School System combines the personalized spirit of a small town with a highly qualified staff, challenging curriculum and resources normally associated with larger communities.  The district provides programs for children from birth through the twelfth grade. For more information about the Haysville School District visit www.usd261.com.

 

Quality of Life

The City has seven developed parks, over seven miles of hike/bike trails, two nine-hole disc golf courses, a skate park and a community swimming pool.  The Haysville Senior Center provides a variety of programs for the senior adults in the community.  There are many recreation and fitness programs available to guests of all ages at the Haysville Activity Center. Several organized sporting options and free blood pressure checks are available as well. The Haysville Community Library offers activities year-round, such as storytime, book discussions, and a summer reading program.

 

Haysville has excellent health care services available from doctors and dentists with full-service offices in the community.

 

Civic groups like Haysville PRIDE, Healthy Habits Community Coalition and numerous others help provid community events such as the W. W. Hays Historic Village Christmas Celebration and the City Wide Garage Sale, which draw neighbors and visitors alike.

 

Haysville has its fair share of festival-style events as well.  The Living History Rendezvous, sponsored by the Haysville Community Library, boasts gunslingers, Civil War reenactments and the Nicodemus Buffalo Soldiers.  The crown jewel of our event schedule, however, is the Haysville Fall Festival.  This three day event offers a carnival, car show, parade, craft booths and more.  The Fall Festival attracts upwards of 15,000 people every year and will celebrate its 33rd year in 2017.

 

Emergency Services

Haysville has its own Police Department, which means one can usually expect response time to an emergency to be at/under five minutes. The Sedgwick County Fire Department Station #34 is located in the center of Haysville on North Main Street.  Ambulance and emergency medical services are provided by Sedgwick County EMS, located in town.

 

Transportation

With direct access to the Kansas Turnpike at 71st Street South, Haysville residents can be in the heart of Wichita within 15 minutes.  Alternately, they can choose to drive into Wichita via U.S. 81 or I-135.  All routes are fast and convenient, putting opportunities for additional education, entertainment, and jobs within easy reach.  Haysville residents can reach Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport in 20 minutes and McConnell Air Force Base in a 10-minutes.

 

 

 

Residents

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This page contains information that we think you will find useful as a resident of Haysville. The information on this page will change frequently to bring you seasonal information, updates on projects, and new information that affects you, the citizens.

 

Emergency Services

The Haysville Police Department is reminding citizens to be aware of their motor vehicles at all times.

Lock all vehicle doors.

Remove all items of value, including in the trunk and glove box.

Park vehicles in a well lit area.

Leave your porch light on.

Park in a driveway.

If possible, park vehicles in a garage or other secure location.

Report any suspicious activity to the Police Department, 529-5912.

Need Your Blood Pressure Checked? - You can get your blood pressure checked at the Haysville Activity Center for FREE!  The Fire Department personnel can check blood pressure whenever they are here. Look for their fire trucks in the parking lot. Our Fitness/Wellness Supervisor is also available to do checks during designated hours (call 529-5922 for available times).

 

Resident Recycling Services

Haysville Public Works - 401 S. Jane

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - Noon; 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm.

Saturday and Sunday, by appointment only. Call 529-5940 by noon on Friday to schedule an appointment for the weekend. Available appointment hours are Saturday, 9:00am-4:00pm and Sunday, 1:00-4:00pm.

Cost: Free

Items Accepted: Limbs, branches, concrete, non-refrigerated white goods, car engine oil, lawn equipment oil, and diesel oil. Please no antifreeze.

This service is available to Haysville residents only.  Residents will be required to provide vehicle information and proof of residency. For more information contact Public Works at 529-5940.

 

City Council 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 for broadcast times. Meeting dates are adjusted for holidays.

 

Haysville Events and Information

The City of Haysville provides many avenues for citizens and groups to find out what is going on in Haysville and to post their activities that are open to the public. Haysville has a public access channel, Channel 7, that broadcasts events, information videos, public service announcements, City Council Meetings, and Planning Commission Meetings. A Community Information Sign, located in front of City Hall, displays upcoming events and road closings. This website provides a Community Calendar that displays upcoming meetings and events. 

 

Building Permits

A building permit is required for new construction, additions, alterations, renovations, relocations, and repairs or rehabilitation of a building or structure. Some minor repairs do not require a permit. Electrical, mechanical and plumbing permits may also be required.  A building permit may be obtained at Public Works, 401 S. Jane. For more information on the types of projects that require a permit, visit the Inspections page, or call Public Works at 529-5940.

 

Water/Sewer Payment Information

Utility bills are mailed so customers receive them on the 1st of the month if at all possible. Something to remember is that the utility bill received the first of the month is actually for water used two months prior. More information about setting up your account, transferring service, rates, and extensions is available on the City Clerk's page.

Automatic Payments: You can have your water bill automatically deducted from your checking or savings account. Payments are deducted on the 15th of each month. Complete the Authorization Form and return it to City Hall with a voided check or deposit slip to begin this service.

 

Open Records Act

Public records can be accessed by completing a request for the specific record needed. A citizen can either view the record, with an employee present, or obtain a copy of the record if it is in a format that can be easily copied. Fees are based on the time required for an employee to produce and/or reproduce the record.

 

The City Clerk serves as the Freedom of Information Officer and is available in case of disputes about whether or not a record is "public."

 

Sign Placement Requests by Citizens

Procedures used when considering sign placement requests by citizens of Haysville.
This is the standardized procedure used by City of Haysville staff to consider
requests for additional signage made by citizens. These requests include both regulatory and cautionary signs.

 

Business

Welcome to the City Haysville, a full-service community! Haysville is located just south of Wichita in Sedgwick County, Kansas.  Despite Haysville's closeness to Wichita, the community manages to preserve a small-town atmosphere.

 

Business Permits and Licenses

All businesses in the City of Haysville must have a business registration/license.  The initial fee is $10.00 with an annual renewal fee of $5.00.  Applications are available at City Hall.

 

Business Registration Form

Business Registration Renewal Form

 

Zoning Information

For zoning information please contact Planning & Zoning Coordinator Rose Corby at (316) 529-5900.

 

Sign Regulations

All permanent and temporary commercial signs require a sign permit.  Applications for a permit are available at City Hall, 200 W. Grand, Haysville.  For questions contact Planning & Zoning Administrator Rose Corby at (316) 529-5900