Community Profile

Community Profile

Community Profile –

  1. City Population: 11,262 (2020, U.S. Census)

  2. County Population: 523,824 (2020, U.S. Census)

  3. Past Population Average Annual Change Rate: 0.51% per year

  4. 2026 Population (projected): 11,374 (ESRI)

Railway Service - 

  1. Union Pacific Railroad

Commercial Air Service –

  1. Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport: 12 miles by car

Statistics –

  1. Assessed Valuation: $66,652,085 (2020, Sedgwick County Clerk’s Office)

  2. Number of Housing Units: 4,271 (2020 U.S. Census)

  3. Median Home Value: $102,500 (2019)

  4. Average Rent: $899 (gross rent, 2019)

  5. Median Age: 35.7 (ESRI)

  6. Median Household Income: $57, 611 (2020, ESRI)

  7. Average Household Income: $68,155 (2021)

Business Data –

  1. Number of Businesses: 234 (2020, ESRI)

  2. Employees: 7,743 (ESRI)

  3. Unemployment Rate: 4.8% (U.S. Census Bureau)

Educational Facilities –

  1. Elementary Schools: 6

  2. Middle Schools: 2

  3. High Schools: 2, Haysville High and Campus High

  4. Community Colleges: 1, (Cowley County)

  5. Universities and Colleges: 4, (Wichita State University- Haysville, Friends University, Newman University, University of Kansas School of Medicine)   

Major Highways –

  1. Interstate-35 (access directly on east side of town, Kansas Turnpike)

  2. U.S. Highway 81 (goes through town north-south)

  3. U.S. Highway 54 (about 7-8 miles north of town in Wichita)

  4. Kansas Highway 15 (K-15 two (2) miles to the east)

  5. Kansas Highway 42 (about 5 miles to the NW of town)

Municipal Features –

  1. 2016 Comprehensive Plan

  2. 2017 Comprehensive Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

  3. 2020 Comprehensive Park Plan

  4. City is fully zoned

  5. Full-time Police Department

  6. Full-time Fire Department (via Sedgwick County located in town)

  7. City has a City Council, Mayor and City Administrator structure

  8. Public Works Department provides public water and sanitary sewer services

  9. Public Library in the downtown area

Parks and Recreation –

  1. Haysville Activity Center (HAC) has over 36,000 square feet of fitness and activity space

  2. Outdoor swimming pool

  3. Year-round programming for all ages and several special events per year

  4. Dorner Park offers a dog park, soccer fields, and Haysville Lake, offers over 80 acres of green space.

  5. Plagens-Carpenter Sports Complex has eight (8) baseball/softball fields

  6. Veterans Memorial site

  7. Angel of Hope memory site

  8. Extensive city-wide hike/bike path system

Contact Information –

Mailing Address and Contact Information:

City of Haysville

c/o Mayor Bruce Armstrong

PO Box 440

Haysville, Kansas 67060

Phone: 316-529-5900

barmstrong@haysville-ks.com

 

Physical Address:

City of Haysville

200 West Grand Avenue

Haysville, Kansas 67060

Economic Development-

Mailing Address and Contact Information:

City of Haysville

c/o Chad Bahr, AICP

PO Box 440

Haysville, Kansas 67060

Phone: 316-529-5909

cbahr@haysville-ks.com

 

Physical Address:

City of Haysville

140 North Main Street

Haysville, Kansas 67060