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  • City of Haysville | City Budget

    City Budget Mill Levy: The mill levy to fund the 2024 budget for the City of Haysville is 41.959. ​ The value of each mill is based on the total assessed valuation of the City and is per $1,000. The valuation is $84,549,085 making one mill worth $84,549.09. ​ Example ; To calculate the taxes on a $100,000 home, multiply the appraised value ($100,000) by the percentage for residential housing of 11.5% ($100,000 x 11.5% = $11,500). The result is the assessed value of the home, or $11,500, and this is what the tax is based on. Multiply the assessed value ($11,500) by the total mill levy (city + state + county + school district) which is 147.086 and then divide by 1,000. The total tax due on the home would be $1,691.49. The same process would apply to a $200,000 home: $200,000 x 11.5% = $23,000 x 147.086 / 1,000 = $3,382.98. Remember to add on the cemetery mill levy if you are assessed for one. ​ ​ 2024 Notice of Public Hearing/Proposed Budget Sales Tax Projects

  • City of Haysville-Home

    City of Haysville MYLC Shamrock_Shuffle Haysville Hustle MYLC 1/9 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 | Mayor's Youth Leadership Council

    Mayor's Youth Leadership Council The Facts What is The Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council? The Council was created to raise awareness and involvement of Haysville youth in city government and develop leadership skills. Members receive hands-on experience in local government by meeting with Mayor Russ Kessler and working with city staff and local leaders. It is the purpose of this Council to develop, implement, and participate in a variety of youth-identified community programs, projects, and events. Who May Apply? Youth selected to serve must attend school and/or reside within USD 261. Applicants must currently be in the 8th to 11th grades. All applicants must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. How Many Members Serve on the Council? A limited number of seats are available on the Council. Members are interviewed and selected by the Selection Committee, which consists of Mayor Kessler and city staff. Membership Terms Each appointed member makes a commitment to serve for one school year starting in June and ending in May. Terms are renewable and members may be re-appointed. Members are encouraged to reapply from year to year. New and returning members have the opportunity to develop lifelong leadership skills, build networks, and gain additional hands-on experience in local government. Benefits of Council Membership Provide input on Haysville’s future Provide input on programs, services, and events offered for your age group Learn about the City and Community of Haysville Meet one-on-one with the Mayor, City Officials, and City Staff Establish networks that benefit your future Learn valuable job and life skills Community Service Hours Each member will receive community service hours based on participation level and agreed to by each participating school. ​ For more information, contact: Will Black Chief Administrative Officer City of Haysville 200 West Grand Avenue Haysville, KS 67060 ​ Phone: 316.529.5900 Email: ​ ​ MYLC Flyer and Application

  • City of Haysville | Government

    GOVERNMENT INFORMATION Mayor - Russ Kessler Ward I - Dale Thompson Ward I - Steve Crum Ward II - Janet Parton Ward II - Dan Benner Ward III - Pat Ewert Ward III - Bob Rardin Ward IV - Danny Walters Ward IV - Justin Bruster Mayor and Council Biographies Learn more about the Haysville City Council City Council Agendas View the Council Agendas or view the meetings Council Districts See the area each council member covers Historic Committee Historic areas of the city and committee information Park Board Parks information and committee information Planning Commission/BZA View the Planning/BZA information and meetings Sales Tax Projects See what your sales tax is doing to help the city Senior Center Board View the board members and their purpose Register to Vote Click the above link to register to vote

  • City of Haysville | Planning Commission & BZA

    Planning & BZA The Planning Commission is responsible for: Annually reviewing the Comprehensive Plan to ensure it continues to be relevant Preparing, adopting, and maintaining the Zoning Regulations and Subdivision Regulations Reviewing and making recommendations about planning and zoning issues in the city including rezoning, special use permits, and plats, which are then considered by the Haysville City Council Working with other committees and boards to develop and update various long-range plans and maps to ensure smart and efficient growth for the City of Haysville ​ Planning Commission concurrently serve as the City's Board of Zoning Appeals and is responsible for considering various appeals, variances, exceptions, and related zoning matters. ​ Planning Commission Members Tim Aziere, Ward I - Chair Debbie Coleman, Ward III - Vice-Chair Jimmy Wallis, Ward IV Dan Rinke, Ward II Mark Williams, Ward IV Brandon Trube, Area of Influence Jeff Blood, Area of Influence ​ Meetings Meetings are open to the public and held at 6:00 PM at City Hall on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month, unless there are no agenda items. Planning/BZA Agendas Planning Commission Closing Calendar ​ For more information, please contact the Planning Department at 316.529.5900

  • City of Haysville | Council

    CITY COUNCIL Mayor - Russ Kessler Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.529.5900 Biography COUNCIL AGENDAS WARD I Ward I - Dale Thompson Term Expires Dec. 2027 316.554.1735 Biography Ward I - Steve Crum Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.491.1977 Biography WARD II Ward II - Janet Parton Term Expires Dec. 2027 316.641.4186 Biography Ward II - Dan Benner Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.372.5688 Biography WARD III Ward III - Pat Ewert Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.655.7539 Biography Ward III - Bob Rardin Term Expires Dec. 2027 316.522.2663 Biography WARD IV Ward IV - Danny Walters Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.993.7693 Biography Ward IV - Justin Bruster Term Expires Dec. 2027 316.706.7849 Biography

  • 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 | Planning Commission Agendas

    Planning/BZA Agendas Archived Meetings 2017 - 2019 Archived Meetings 2020 - 2022 Archived Meetings 2023 MARCH 2024 AGENDA VIDEO FEBRUARY 22, 2024 AGENDA VIDEO JANUARY 11, 2024 AGENDA VIDEO

  • City of Haysville | Pool

    Dewey Gunzelman Memorial Pool Pool Season May 27th - August 13th 2023 Pool Season May 27th - August 13th3 ​ Pool Hours Opens at 1:00 PM Closes at 6:30 PM ​ Splash Pad May 1st - September 30th ​ Splash Pad Hours Opens at 9:00 AM Closes at 10:00 PM Swim Lessons $35 per Student Fee is Due at Registration ​ Deadline is the Saturday Before the Session Begins ​ Session 1 - June 5-15 (No PM Class 6/6) ​ Session 2 - June 19-29 (No PM Class 6/27) ​ Session 3 - July 3-July 13 (No PM Class 7/11) ​ Session 4 - July 24-August 3 ​ Private lessons Available by appointment A dditional fee The swimming pool operates from the end of May through mid August. Normal business hours are from 1:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., 7 days a week, but we do close early on the dates listed below for swim meets. Pool amenities include concession stand, dedicated lap lanes, an intermediate pool, a baby pool, high and low diving boards, dual drop slides and a 25 foot spiral slide. We have swim lessons throughout the season for children aged 6 months and up, as well a Guard Start class. Pool Rentals $175 + $25 Deposit Includes Blue Slide (all fees due at registration) Rental is for 1.5 Hours ​ Additional Fees Intermediate Pool - Add $30 More than 50 People - Add $30 More than 75 People - Add $60 More than 100 People - Add $90 More than 150 People - Add $120 More than 200 People - Add $150 Pool Contacts In Season - Pool Manager (316) 529-5924 Off Season - HAC (316) 529-5922 Admission Prices Daily Rates Age Price 0-1 FREE 2-5 $2.00 6-54 $3.00 55+ $1.00 ​ Ticket Books 20 Tickets for $55 ​ Single Pass for $60 ​ Family Passes Family Members Price 2 $95 3 $130 4 $165 5 $190 6 $215 Early Pool Closings The pool will close at 4PM on the following dates for swim meets: (There will be no PM swim lessons on these days) ​ Tuesday, June 6 Tuesday, June 27 Tuesday, July 4 at 6PM Tuesday, July 11

  • City of Haysville | Parks

    Parks The parks division maintains all City-owned properties such as, but not limited to, City facilities, parks and shelters. We invite you to get out and explore Haysville's beautiful parks no matter what the season. TREE CITY Haysville has been recognized as a Tree City USA recipient for 22 consecutive years. The Tree City USA program is sponsored by the National Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with the national Association of State Foresters and the USDA Forest Service. View the Master Park Board Plan here Park and Shelter Rentals Parks and Pathways WiFi Maps Chris Elsen Memorial Skate Park 395 South Jane Skate Park Hike & Bike Path Basketball Goals Country Lakes Park Playground On-Street Parking Dewey Gunzelman Pool 525 Sarah Lane Hours 1 PM - 6:30 PM Splash Pad Open 9 AM - 10 PM Swim Lessons Pool Rentals Family Passes Free City WiFi Fred Cohlmia Memorial Park 525 Sarah Lane Hike and Bike Path Playground 2 Sand Volleyball Courts Off Street Parking Haysville Dog Park 400 W. 79th Street South 1.3 Acre for Small Dogs (<45 lbs.) 1.6 Acre for All Dogs Hike and Bike Path Paved Parking Shaded Seating Year Round Restroom Access Kirby Park 608 Chatta Playground Picnic Shelter Basketball Goals Soccer Fields Off Street Parking Old Oak Park 501 South Jane Hike and Bike Path 18 Hole Disc Golf Course Street Parking Lake Fishing Allowed Orchard Acres Park 1200 East Dirck Playground Basketball Goals Hike and Bike Path Picnic Shelter 18 Hole Disc Golf Course Pear Tree Park 307 Moy Avenue Playground Picnic Shelter Hike and Bike Path Basketball Goals Street Parking Plagens-Carpenter Park/Brady Shelter 6545 Mabel Playground Picnic Shelter Off Street Parking Plagens-Carpenter Complex 6545 Mabel Baseball/Softball Fields Party Rentals Off Street Parking Free City WiFi Pride Park 102 North Main Fountain Historic Vickers Station Hike and Bike Path Free city WiFi Randal L. Dorner Park 400 W. 79th Street South Playground Lake with ADA Dock Angel of Hope Memorial Hike and Bike Path Randal L. Dorner Memorial Free City WiFi Riggs Park 706 Sarah Lane 9 Hole Disc Golf Course Lake with ADA Dock Picnic Shelters Hike and Bike Path Playgrounds Free City WiFi W.W. Hays Historic Park 200 South Main Historic Wire House and Bank Gazebo and Community Building Farmer's Market Hike and Bike Path Blacksmith Shop Free City WiFi Whisler Park 950 Freeman Playground Picnic Shelter Off Street Parking Hike and Bike Path 2330 Country Lakes Street

  • City of Haysville | Found Dogs

    Found Dogs OPEN POSITION Animal Control Officer 200 W. Grand Avenue 316.529.5912 For more information contact Haysville Police at 316.529.5912

  • Fast/Quick Service Incentive

    Fast/Quick Service Dining Incentive To apply for the Fast/Quick Service Dining Incentive program, please click the apply button and save the application. When finished, email the form to Danielle Gabor at Application

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