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  • City of Haysville-Home

    City of Haysville Citizen Year NNO Haysville Hustle Citizen Year 1/7 Join our mailing list Subscribe Thanks for submitting! Legal Notices Water Payments City GIS City Code Forms/ Permits Activity Center Facility Rentals Problem Report Open Jobs Haysville Hustle Customer Portal

  • City of Haysville | Planning Commission Agendas

    Planning/BZA Agendas Archived Meetings 2017 - 2019 Archived Meetings 2020 - 2022 Archived Meetings 2023 MARCH 28, 2024 AGENDA VIDEO FEBRUARY 22, 2024 AGENDA VIDEO JANUARY 11, 2024 AGENDA VIDEO JUNE 27, 2024 AGENDA VIDEO MAY 09, 2024 AGENDA VIDEO APRIL 11, 2024 AGENDA VIDEO SEPTEMBER 2024 AGENDA VIDEO AUGUST 2024 AGENDA VIDEO JULY 25, 2024 AGENDA VIDEO

  • City of Haysville | Departments

    City Departments Administrative Services Multimedia City Clerk Municipal Court Planning and Zoning Police Public Works Recreation Senior Center

  • City of Haysville | Multimedia

    MULTIMEDIA Chris Worrell Multimedia Specialist 316.529.5900 200 W. Grand Avenue YouTube Channel Submit an Advertising Event City Council Meeting 03/13/2023 Planning Commission/BZA Meeting 02/23/2023

  • City of Haysville | City Contacts

    City Contact Information 200 West Grand City Hall City Administration City Clerk Water/Wastewater Billing Planning & Zoning 316.529.5900 200 West Grand Police Department Police Administration Investigations School Resource Officers Found Dogs 316.529.5912 523 Sarah Lane Activity Center Youth Programs Latchkey/S.P.A.R.K. Adult Sports Fitness 316.529.5922 Public Works 401 South Jane Building Permits/Inspections Code Enforcement Water/Wastewater Street Maintenance 316.529.5940 200 West Grand Municipal Court Court Clerk Trial & Arraignment Schedule Payments Probation/Diversion Programs 316.529.5920 525 Sarah Lane Pool Pool Rentals Admissions Swim Lessons 316.529.5924 316.529.5922 - Off Season 160 East Karla Senior Center Programs & Activities Meal & Event Calendars Center Rentals Commodities 316.529.5903 140 North Main Economic Development Moving to Haysville Starting a Business Strategic Plan Community Profile 316.529.5909 Haysville Community Library 210 Hays Programs for Children Computer & Internet Access Community Meeting Rooms Movie Nights 316.529.5242 210 South Main Chamber of Commerce Memberships Monthly Luncheons Shop Haysville 316.529.2461 Sedgwick County County Commissioner State of Kansas USD261 Haysville School District Other Useful Links

  • City of Haysville | Dorner Park

    Dorner Park Dorner_05192022_2 Dorner_07132023_030 Soccer players Dorner_05192022_2 1/9 Randal L. Dorner Park ​ Haysville Dog Park Soccer Field Complex Pickleball Courts Volleyball Courts 9.25 Acre Fishing Lake Angel of Hope Memorial Randal L. Dorner Memorial

  • City of Haysville | Patrol

    Patrol LeVon Crotts Patrol Commander 200 W. Grand Avenue 316.529.5912 The function of the Haysville Police Department's Patrol Section is to ensure public safety through enforcement of laws and ordinances. They also take reports from the citizens of Haysville on a variety of both criminal and non-criminal issues. The patrol section provides response to any suspicious or criminal activity reported within the city. They also regularly patrol the streets to both locate and deter criminal activity. Officers take reports and process crime scenes to include photographing and locating witnesses and evidence. Officers are also responsible for enforcing traffic laws to maintain safe and orderly traffic flow throughout the City. This includes following up on citizen complaints on traffic violators, and gathering statistical data on traffic counts and speeds throughout neighborhoods. Patrol officers also investigate any traffic crashes that occur within the City. Besides the enforcement functions of the patrol section, they are also on the streets to help people. Patrol officers take non-criminal reports and answer questions for residents that often times feel they have nowhere else to turn. This includes things like assisting citizens with neighbor disputes, and fire and EMS calls. They also regularly patrol businesses and talk to the public on various crime prevention topics. If you need to talk with an officer, make a police report, or report suspicious activity, please call 911 and an officer will respond.

  • City of Haysville | Historic Committee

    Historic Committee The Haysville Historic Committee works with the City Council, Park Board, and Planning Commission to promote the educational, cultural, and economic and general welfare of the community. ​ ​ Committee Members Patty Waters - Chair Kyle Boe Teresa Wilson Brooke Aziere - Vice Chair Wanda Gilmere Lyn Worrell Danny Walters (Mayor's Designee) Debbie Coleman (Planning’s Designee) Ken Bell (Park Board's Designee) ​ ​ Meetings The Committee meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of February, April, August, and October. The meetings are held at City Hall, 200 West Grand. For more meeting information contact Georgie Carter at 529-5900. ​ Master Plan Hometown Market Village Christmas Historic Brochure

  • City of Haysville | Legal Notices and Publications

    Legal Notices On September 11, 2023, the Haysville Governing Body adopted Charter Ordinance No. 29 exempting the City from the provisions of K.S.A. 12-1651 and providing substitute provisions which relate to the official naming of an official newspaper. On December 11, 2023, the Governing Body adopted Resolution No. 23-13 officially designating the City website ( ) as the official City newspaper for legal notices that do not require publication in a newspaper of general circulation. All notices meeting this definition will be published on this page. Archived Notices

  • City of Haysville | Country Lakes Park

    Country Lakes Park Country Lakes_07132023 Country_Lakes_09142022_2 Country_Lakes_09142022_3 Country Lakes_07132023 1/4 Country Lakes Park ​ Playground On street parking

  • City of Haysville | Permits & Plans

    Permits and Plans When is a Building Permit Required? In general, a building permit is needed for any new building, addition, alteration or repair to any portion of commercial or residential buildings. This includes the addition of accessory structures such as pools & sheds. If you need further clarification, please call our office at 529-5940. Where do I Apply for a Permit? You can apply for a permit in person at the Public Works office located at 401 S. Jane or print off a permit below and fax/scan to us. Please note that Plumbing, Electrical & Mechanical Permits can only be purchased by a licensed contractor. Email: or Fax: 529-5945 How do I Pay for the permit? Permits can be paid for in person at the Public Works office located at 401 S. Jane or over the phone by calling 529-5940. Acceptable forms of payment include Debit Card, Credit Card (No AMX), Cash or Check. ​ Can I do the Work and then Apply for a Permit? Work started without a permit is subject to double permit fees. Permits must be submitted and paid for before work is started. Emergency work may begin prior to the permit application, but the contractor needs to obtain a permit the next business day. When do I Call for an Inspection? Inspections are done on a first come, first served basis. If you call day of, you will be limited to an inspection after 1 PM & subject to the availability of the inspector. It is suggested that you call 1-2 days in advance to schedule the most ideal inspection time. Drawing a Site Plan & Printable Checklist Most permit applications require a site plan, but don’t worry, site plans are easy! All you have to do is draw a picture of your property as if you are looking straight down on it. It does not have to be drawn to scale. There are several things you must indicate on your site plan; you can print or download the checklist by clicking here . Need more help? Give us a call at 529-5940. ​ Inspection Handouts Approach Handout Roofing Handout Fencing Handout Pool Handout Firework Stands NOTICE: Please contact Haysville City Hall at 529-5900 to obtain a Fireworks Stand Permit. Please contact Sedgwick County Fire Station #34 at 660-3434 for further requirements regarding fireworks stand inspections & permits. If electrical services have been off for 6 months or more, then an electrical permit must be obtained. Once the permit is obtained, the City Inspector will conduct an inspection to ensure it is safe for electrical services to be established. After the inspection has passed, Public Works will release the approval. Once Evergy has received the approval, you are clear to contact them to activate your account. All firework stands require a final inspection. This inspection includes, but is not limited to: Entrance & Exit Signs Size of Fireworks Tent Parking Requirements To schedule a final inspection, please call the Public Works office at 529-5940 and ask for Dawn or Nicci.

  • City of Haysville | PD SRO

    School Resource Officers Chad Case Supervisor Tracy Roniger Campus High School Aaron Watkins HMS - HWMS 200 W. Grand Avenue 316.529.5912 There are three officers assigned to the School Resource Officer Program. The officers are assigned to Campus High School, Haysville High School, and both Haysville Middle Schools. These officers also interact with all of the USD 261 Elementary Schools. The School Resource Officer Program is designed to bring a feeling of safety and security to the school as well as give parents, students, and staff access to another City resource located within the school. Members of the Haysville Police Department teach D.A.R.E. to fifth grade students attending Haysville schools. If you have questions about these programs please call the Haysville Police Department at 316-529-5912 or email Sgt. Case at

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