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  • City of Haysville | Water Portal

    Water Customer Portal The City of Haysville has a new interactive, web-based customer portal that features easy-to-read usage charts, graphs, usage alerts, tips and more to put relevant data at our customers' fingertips regarding water usage. It provides almost everything a customer needs to correct current issues and make informed decisions about future usage. ​ FEATURES Email alarms and problem notifications to prevent or minimize unintended overuse Usage assessment and control Usage alert settings and usage alerts to help keep bills low and prevent billing surprises Remote monitoring of rental and vacation properties Decreases the need to call customer service ​ The portal allows for better use of staff time and improves billing and usage relationships. Water customer service staff can be proactive, initiating alerts and calls to consumers about unusual use they may see occurring which could be from a water leak. ​ HOW TO SIGN UP Go to https://my-haysv.sensus-analytics.com/ Click "Need to set up an account?" Enter your email address and click "Get Started" An email will be sent from donotreply@sensus-analytics.com . Follow the link in the email. The link will expire after 24 hours Enter your account number (EXCLUDING DASHES), which can be found on your water bill, create a password (password must be at least 12 characters long), and click "Submit" After clicking submit, it will take you back to your login page. Your account is now active. ​ Below is an introductory video with visual instructions on how to sign-up. Nancy Bernardo Customer Support 316.529.5900 nbernardo@haysville-ks.com Hours Monday- Thursday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Friday 7:30 am - 11:30 am Levi Brewer Water Supervisor lbrewer@haysville-ks.com

  • Historic Vickers Petroleum Service Station

    HISTORIC VICKERS PETROLEUM SERVICE STATION Vickers 1954 Haysville's Vickers Station was built in 1954, and was featured in a Vickers Petroleum 50th Anniversary book in 1958 Vickers Refining Products Circa 1964, Vickers Refining Company carried a wide range of petroleum products. vickers logo 2 A logo remodel kept Vickers relevant in changing times Another Vickers Station Another example of the batwing design. Sadly, this station is no longer exists. Haysville's station was the first built and the last standing. Vickers in 1999 Hickman's batwing design was built to last. Mayor's Bike Ride Community events like Mayor's Bike Ride occur at Vickers Station today. Vickers Ad A vintage ad from the 1960's shows Vickers Petroleum's Haysville pride. Economic Development Office Vickers Station is currently home to Haysville's Economic Development Office. Vickers Classics Classic car enthusiasts know cars of all makes and models look stunning with Vickers Station as the backdrop. HPD at Vickers The Haysville Police Department's "51" and "71" cruisers are used at parades and special events. Post tornado 1999 Just after the 1999 tornado, Vickers Station can be seen among the rubble. Vickers in spring A beautiful view in the springtime. Historic Signage Installed in November 2019, this plaque recognized Vickers listing on the National Register of Historic Places and lists the names of Historic Committee members. Vickers PRIDE Project 2002 After the 1999 tornado, Haysville PRIDE worked to save the building and make it usable once more. Pump Restoration The Haysville Street Rod Association restored four Bowser gas pumps for the station. From left: David Straub, Jerry Stevenson, Johnny McPherson, and Richard Riggs Vickers Logo Another Vickers Logo Vickers Pump Install After the Haysville Street Rod Association restores four pumps, they are installed by Haysville's Public Works department. New Signage City of Haysville mechanic Dan Jones fabricates a light box for vintage sign panels. Haysville's Vickers Petroleum Service Station ​ Vickers Petroleum , founded by Jack A. Vickers, Sr. in 1918, steadily rose in prosperity until its sale to Swift & Company in the late 1960s. The company became known for its innovation, not only in oil technology but also in building and construction. By 1954, Vickers’s son Jack A. Vickers, Jr. was the president of the company and set out to build transformative and modern service stations after amassing a large fortune for the company. Located at 140 N. Main Street , the Vickers Station was built in 1954 and is the first station in the U.S. to feature the unique 'batwing' design. The batwing concept was developed by architect John M. Hickman, who apprenticed under Frank Lloyd Wright at the University of Illinois. Hickman also designed downtown Wichita's Century II Performing Arts and Convention Center, and Wichita State University's Ablah Library. After a devastating tornado in 1999, Vickers Station was one of the few structures on the east side of Main Street left intact, motivating the community to restore and preserve the building. In 2007, the station was turned into office space. In 2009, after a six month restoration by the Haysville Street Rod Association, four Bowser gas pumps were installed outside the station. Today, the building is home to the City of Haysville's Economic Development Office. Vickers remains a popular destination for show car enthusiasts, motorcycle riding clubs, and senior portrait photographers, all of whom appreciate the nostalgic feeling the Station inspires. ​ Haysville's iconic Vickers Petroleum Service Station was added to the Register of Kansas Historic Places in August 2019. In October 2019, it was listed by the National Park Service on the National Register of Historic Places as well. The Vickers Station is in a Register sub-category called Roadside Kansas ; a genre that includes "automobile service stations, car dealerships, drive-in restaurants, roadside attractions, and other businesses that serve the motoring public." To view nomination paperwork, click here .

  • City of Haysville | Senior Center Rental

    Senior Center IMG_7142_E SC12 SC4 IMG_7142_E 1/10 Senior Center 160 E. Karla Avenue Senior Center Membership Required Contact Senior Center at 316.529.5903 Or email kmcdaniel@haysville-ks.com See calendar below for availability While every effort is made to keep this calendar up to date, please contact the SC to verify the availability of the facility.

  • 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 | Council

    CITY COUNCIL Mayor - Russ Kessler rkessler@haysville-ks.com Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.529.5900 Biography COUNCIL AGENDAS WARD I Ward I - Dale Thompson dkssss@hotmail.com Term Expires Dec. 2027 316.554.1735 Biography Ward I - Steve Crum secondgencoach@aol.com Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.491.1977 Biography WARD II Ward II - Janet Parton rjparton@sbcglobal.net Term Expires Dec. 2027 316.641.4186 Biography Ward II - Dan Benner dnjbenner@sbcglobal.net Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.372.5688 Biography WARD III Ward III - Pat Ewert patricia.ewert46@gmail.com Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.655.7539 Biography Ward III - Bob Rardin councilw3@gmail.com Term Expires Dec. 2027 316.522.2663 Biography WARD IV Ward IV - Danny Walters dannydwalters@gmail.com Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.993.7693 Biography Ward IV - Justin Bruster jbruster060@gmail.com Term Expires Dec. 2027 316.706.7849 Biography

  • City of Haysville | Fred Cohlmia Park

    Fred A. Cohlmia Park Cohlmia_07132023_02 Cohlmia_07132023_03 IMG_4106 Cohlmia_07132023_02 1/15 Fred A. Cohlmia Memorial Park Dewey Gunzelman Pool Adult Pool Kids Pool Splash Pad Hike and Bike Path 2 Sand Volleyball Courts Playground

  • 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: wblack@haysville-ks.com ​ ​ MYLC Flyer and Application

  • Administrative Services

    ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Will Black City Administrator 316.529.5900 wblack@haysville-ks.com Georgie Carter Deputy Administrator 316.529.5900 gcarter@haysville-ks.com 200 W. Grand Avenue 316.529.5900 The City Administrator is responsible for providing leadership in the daily administration and implementation of all City operations and the policies, goals, and vision set forth by the Mayor and the City Council. The Administrative Department consists of economic development, planning and zoning, communications, multi-media, IT, and the senior center operations. They are responsible for: Promote and encourage community and economic development. Recommend annual budget, Prepares a budget for the city council’s consideration Administer the adopted budget and capital improvement programs. Act as liaison with citizens, businesses, community organizations, and government agencies. Monitor state and federal legislation. Prepare City Council meeting agenda, including supporting materials. Coordinate compliance with national and state laws. Implements and enforces policies established by the elected officials Enforces and implements local Zoning codes Manages Floodplain management and certification IT, Communications Multi-Media and Digital Communications Senior Center operations City legal Supervision of all City projects and grants Accountable for the City finances ​ Council Agendas ​ Doing Business ​ Planning/Zoning ​ Multimedia ​ Park Board ​ WiFi Maps

  • City of Haysville | Riggs Band Shell

    Riggs Park Band Shell Riggs Park Band Shell 706 Sarah Lane Please contact the HAC at 316.529.5922 between the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM, M-F o r email haysvillerec@haysville-ks.com See calendar here for availability While every effort is made to keep this calendar up to date, please contact the HAC to verify the availability of the facility. Band_Shell1 Riggs_07252023_03 Band_Shell3 Band_Shell1 1/11

  • City of Haysville | Recycling/Yard Waste

    Recycling/Yard Waste Haysville Public Works Recycling Center 401 S. Jane Haysville, KS 67060 *Weather Permitting* M-TH, 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM Friday 7:30 AM - 11:00 AM Haysville residents who live within the Haysville City Limits, have FREE access to the recycling center. We require Name, Address, Phone Number & License Plate Number in order to grant access. Contractors who are doing work for Haysville residents are welcome to recycle yard waste, as long as the homeowner has called prior to the contractor arriving. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Materials that are not accepted at the Haysville Recycling Center can be taken to Brooks C&D Landfill. Brook’s Landfill 4100 N. West St. Wichita, KS 67205 (316) 305-3225 RV Dump Station The RV Dump Station is located off of Delos & Grand, or Wayne & Grand. The Dump Station is FREE to use and open 24 hrs mid-spring through early winter. Holiday Tree Recycling Holiday Tree Recycling runs for approximately 2 weeks after December 25.

  • City of Haysville | Dan Benner Bio

    Dan Benner - Ward II Ward II - Dan Benner dnjbenner@sbcglobal.net Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.372.5688 Councilperson Benner is a lifelong resident of Haysville. He and his wife of 47 years, Jackie, live on the site of the original Benner family farm, which has been in the family for four generations. They have two children and five grandchildren. Dan is a manufacturing engineer at Spirit Aerosystems and says there are many things he enjoys about Haysville. He especially likes community-wide events like the Fall Festival, July 4th Celebration, and the City-Wide Garage Sale.

  • City of Haysville | Riggs Timberlane

    Timberlane Shelter Timberlane Shelter 706 Sarah Lane Please contact the HAC at 316.529.5922 between the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM, M-F o r email haysvillerec@haysville-ks.com See calendar here for availability While every effort is made to keep this calendar up to date, please contact the HAC to verify the availability of the facility. Timberlane2 Timberlane1 Riggs_04082024_02 Timberlane2 1/9

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