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  • City of Haysville-Home

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  • City of Haysville | Senior Center

    Event Calendar Meal Calendar Monthly Newsletter ​ Welcome! Our facility is open for citizens 55+ to visit for a wide variety of programs such as exercise classes (Chair Yoga, STEPS, Drumming), cards, BINGO, dominoes, poker, craft and paint parties, day trips, cooking classes and more! Meals on Wheels and Friendship Meals are available as well. Our goal is to provide a safe environment for seniors to interact with each other within the community. Memberships are available for $5.00 per calendar year. Some activities and outings may require a small additional fee. ​ Haysville Hustle Exercise Classes Follow Us on Facebook Food Bank and Commodities Senior Planning Committee Live Your Life & Forget Your Age! Kristen McDaniel Senior Center Director Cynthia Harris Administrative Secretary 160 E. Karla Avenue 316.529.5903 Hours Monday- Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Senior Center

  • City of Haysville | Municipal Court

    Municipal Court Jess Childs Court Clerk Online Court Payments 200 W. Grand Haysville, KS 67060 316.529.5920 Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Online Court Payments Court Schedule Court is held on Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m. Trials occur on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month and arraignments are held on the first and third Tuesdays. Court is not held on on the 5th Tuesday of a month. ​ Payment Methods ​ Court payments can be made in person with the Court Clerk using an in-state check, cash, or money order. Payments by mail are accepted using in-state checks and money orders only. Credit and debit card payments can be made at or by calling 1-800-701-8560. Service fees apply. To make a payment with this third-party service, your citation or case number is required. Diversion Program Diversions may be available for first-time offenses in the following categories: -Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol -Theft -Unlawful possession of a controlled substance or drug paraphernalia -Battery (including domestic violence) -Criminal damage to property -Purchase, possession or consumption of alcohol -Transport of open container Information regarding fees and requirements can be obtained from the Probation Officer. Dress Code and Conduct Appropriate attire is required for attendance in court. Shorts and halter tops are not allowed and shoes are required in Court. Probation The Probation Officer is responsible for maintaining records on all individuals required by the Judge to be on probation for various reasons. Many will be required to physically report to the Probation Officer once a month and may, as a condition of their probation, have to attend training or counseling during their probation. Christopher Davis City of Haysville Probation Officer South Central Kansas Court Services Programs In lieu of paying fines, one option available to offenders is community service. Community Service must be approved by the Judge. Uniform Public Offense Code Standard Traffic Ordinance

  • City of Haysville | Haysville Hustle

    The Haysville Hustle bus service provides low-cost public transportation in the City of Haysville. Haysville Hustle is a demand-response (curb-to-curb) service Mission Statement Haysville Hustle's mission is to provide public transportation that is safe, affordable, and accessible to senior citizens, disabled citizens, and those without dependable private transportation, thereby allowing regular and consistent access to goods, services, and activities that promote a healthful and positive lifestyle. Service Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 am To 4:30 pm Scheduling a Ride Call 316.529.5903 Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Reservations are recommended to be made at least 24 hours in advance. Program Funding The City of Haysville's Public Transportation Program is funded in part by a Section 5310 grant for Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities. Payment Tokens The Haysville Hustle will only accept pre-purchased tokens as payment for a ride. One $2.00 token will serve as payment for a one-way ride. Tokens may be purchased in any quantity desired by rider. Haysville Hustle tokens are nonrefundable, have no expiration date and cannot be replaced if lost or stolen. Tokens must be presented at time of pick up. Tokens will be available for purchase at: Haysville Senior Center, 160 E. Karla (Cash, Credit/Debit Card, Check accepted) Tokens purchased over the phone will be delivered by the Haysville Hustle Driver when passenger boards the Hustle for their pre-scheduled trip. RULES The following rules are enforced for the safety and comfort of all Haysville Hustle riders. Inappropriate conduct will not be tolerated at any time. No smoking, use of electronic cigarettes or personal vaping devices No riding under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs No obscene language, threatening or abusive (physical/verbal) actions toward other riders or the driver No standing while the vehicle is in motion. Riders must remain properly seated at all times No loud noises or movements that could distract the driver No extending body parts out of the windows No more than five packages or bags are permitted Shirt and shoes are required Riders are required to pay for any damages they cause to the bus Anyone with incontinence must be dry upon boarding the bus ​ ​ RIDERS MUST OBEY ALL INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE DRIVER The driver has the discretion to take action if a rider engages in persistent inappropriate or dangerous behavior. Riders who violate the rules are subject to suspension of service. Cynthia Harris Dispatcher Eula McKinley Driver 160 E. Karla Avenue 316.529.5903 Hours Monday- Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Rider Registration ​ Financial Assistance Program ​ Policies/Procedures ​ Haysville Title VI Program ​ Title VI Complaint Form ​ Service Area Haysville Hustle

  • City of Haysville | Senior Center Planning

    Senior Center Planning The purpose of the Senior Planning Committee is to make recommendations to Senior Center staff of programs of interest for current center members. Committee members assist with planning and execution of some activities. ​ Board Members David Straub Geri Straub Bill McCrary Kim Cooley Mary Helen Jordan Ruth Miller Kristen McDaniel (Mayor's Designee) ​ Meetings The board meets the first Monday of each month at 1:00 pm, at the Senior Center unless there are no agenda items to address. Open to the public. ​ Senior Center Department

  • Business Development

    Thank you for researching the Haysville web page, specifically, its economic development portion! Welcome. We know you will find a community poised for growth, development and interaction with community strengths of quality communication, schools, recreational facilities and a “Can Do” spirit. Please feel free to peruse through this portion of the website and any area of the links below to learn more about Haysville. If you have a question feel free to contact us and we will search for the answer. ​ Hello Haysville ​ Starting a Business Community Profile City Code Business Registration/Licensing Haysville By The Numbers Haysville Community Brochure ​ Available Real Estate in/surrounding Haysville Buildings for Lease and/or Sale on LOIS Land for Sale on LOIS ​ ​ Studies/Plans/Assessments 2021 Community Survey Senior Living Study Economic Development Assessment Strategic Plan Community Statistics ​ Sales Tax Projects Danielle Gabor Economic Development Director 140 N. Main Street 316.529.5900 Hours Monday - Thursday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Friday 7:30 am - 11:30 am Business Development

  • City of Haysville | HAC Rental

    Haysville Activity Center While every effort is made to keep this calendar up to date, please contact the HAC to verify the availability of the facility. HAC11 HAC2 HAC3 1/6 Haysville Activity Center 523 Sarah Lane Contact a supervisor at the HAC at 316.529.5922 between the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM, M-F Or email See calendar here for availability

  • City of Haysville | Quick Links

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  • City of Haysville | City Clerk

    City Clerk Angela Millspaugh City Clerk/Treasurer Teri Sanders Assistant City Clerk 200 W. Grand Avenue 316.529.5900 Hours Monday- Thursday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Friday 7:30 am - 11:30 am The City Clerk Department encompasses several different aspects of the City's essential functions. The department's responsibilities include, but are not limited to: the budget, business licenses and permits, special assessments, utility billing, and voter registration. Audit Reports Business Licenses Opportunity to Work Notice Fair Housing Policy Fair Housing Resolution HUD Complaint Form Fair Housing Area Offices Fair Housing Act of 1988 Utility Billing Know Your Rights Know Your Right - Spanish Kansas Tenants Handbook Kansas Landlords Handbook Tenant Issues and Rights Kansas Act Against Discrimination No Surprises Act Requirement

  • City of Haysville | Utility Billing

    Utility Bill Payment Pay Your Water Bill ​ 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. E-billing for Water Bills: Go paperless and receive your water bill through e-mail. Sign up at City Hall, 200 W. Grand, or complete and print the form , and return to City Hall. Service Set Up: The City of Haysville provides water and wastewater services to residents. To sign up for these services, a set up fee of $25 must accompany a signature card, and can be handled at City Hall, 200 West Grand Avenue. Requests for service must be made one business day prior to turning your water on. Service Transfer: For transfer of service from one residence in the City to another, a Transfer Fee of $15.00 is charged. That helps cover the cost of reading one meter, turning it off, setting up service at another address, and turning that service on, as well as the record keeping to final out one address and set up the billing account for another. Requests must be made one business day prior to transferring your service. Water Rates: The current water rate is $3.50 per thousand gallons used. In addition to the City's rate, there is a $.032 per thousand gallons water fee charged by the state. A higher fee is charged for residents outside the City limits who are served by Haysville's water system. Wastewater Rates: Wastewater is charged based on water used during the months of January, February, and March each year. The usage is averaged, then calculated at $7.25 per thousand gallons, which will be the fee for the next year. If a resident has not yet established usage during January, February, and March, the city-wide average is used which is $21.02, or 2,900 gallons (this does not include commercial accounts). A fee of $5.00 is added to each account for the cost of maintaining the wastewater treatment facility. There is also a storm water fee of $2.50/month for residential customers. Non-residential developed property is charged a storm water fee based on property size. ​ Fees: A late fee of 5% on water and wastewater is added if the bill is unpaid after the 20th of each month. Delinquencies: Delinquent notices are sent to those accounts past due after the 20th of the previous month. About 2 weeks after that date, those accounts still unpaid will be turned off for non-payment. This is done on a Wednesday and is usually about the 2nd Wednesday of each month. If an account is unpaid on water shut-off day, an additional penalty of $40 is added to the account, whether or not the water is actually turned off. A GREEN DELINQUENT CARD is sent out one week before the utility shut off date and is the final notice. Billing Information: There are approximately 3,800 water meters in the City of Haysville and they are read beginning the first week of each month. The usage is entered into hand held meter readers and the data is downloaded onto a computer. The information is then sent to the Utility Billing Clerk and bills are calculated and printed. 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. For instance, meters are read the first week of June for water used during the month of May. Bills are calculated and printed and the customer will receive the bill about July 1. The usage shown on the July 1 statement, therefore, is for water used during May. New customers may not receive their first bill for nearly two months for the same reasons. Temporary Water Service: In some cases, a temporary water service can be requested. If a landlord is cleaning up a property for the next tenant, but does not want to set up an account for the week or two necessary for that purpose, a temporary service for one week at a time, for a charge of $20 can be obtained. The charge is $20 per week, but no more than two weeks is allowed. The commercial rate for temporary water service is $15.51 per week plus sales tax. Water Bill Extensions: If an unforeseen emergency prevents a customer from being able to pay their utility bill on time, an extension can be requested. In order to obtain an extension, a form for that purpose must be signed by the customer, stating when they will be paying for the bill. Extensions are only given for two weeks. If the extension is not requested until water shut off day, an additional penalty of $40 is added to the bill. Three extensions are allowed annually. Adjustment Policy: A water leak in the service line to a residence may result in a large amount of water being charged on the customer's bill. A licensed plumber is required to make any repairs to water lines in the City of Haysville and a permit is also required. If the code is followed and proper inspections are made, the customer may request an adjustment to the water bill of half the excess water. That would mean the customer pays for half and the City "forgives" half. If the code is not followed and a licensed plumber with a permit is not used, a reduced adjustment may be made with proper proof of repairs. That type of adjustment will only be made once.