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  • City of Haysville | Haysville Dog Park

    Haysville Dog Park Dog_Park Becky Stobart's dog George 2 38061 Dog_Park 1/10 Haysville Dog Park at Randal L. Dorner Park 1.3 Acre Area for Small Dogs (Under 45 Pounds 1.6 Acre Area for All Dogs Paved Parking Hike & Bike Path Shaded Seating Year Round Restroom Access

  • City of Haysville | Wastewater

    Wastewater NOTICE: It is unlawful to open City Manholes. If you see anyone opening a City manhole, please notify the Police Department or the Public Works Department immediately. The City of Haysville is not affiliated with and does not endorse or regulate any company offering or providing water or sewer line insurance. The Wastewater Department is responsible for maintaining and servicing approximately 40 miles of sanitary sewer lines and 980 manholes. Our Wastewater Department is also responsible for the operation and maintenance of the City’s treatment facility. On average, the wastewater facility treats 650,000 gallons every day, but is designed to treat up to 2 million gallons. View and print our “Understanding the Wastewater Department” brochure here View Haysville’s City Code regarding Water Utilities here Sewer Tap Fees The fee for a new connection to the Haysville wastewater system is $500.00. Reporting a Sewer Back-Up: During normal business hours, call Public Works at 529-5940. After hours, on weekends or holidays, please call the Non-Emergency line at 529-5912. **If you are having sewer problems and think you need a plumber, call the Haysville Wastewater Department first. The city can check our portion of the sewer system to determine if you truly need a plumber. This could save you time and money, and helps the Wastewater Department remain aware of possible problems in the area.** Sewer Back-Ups Municipalities generally are not liable for damages resulting from a sewer back up even if the back-up originates in the City’s line. Many insurance companies offer sewer and drain endorsements as a rider to a homeowner’s policy. This rider typically covers both a sanitary sewer backup and sump pump failure. Check with your insurance company for details.

  • City of Haysville | Riggs Shelter

    Riggs Park Shelter Riggs Park 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. Riggs_Shelter1 Riggs_Shelter3 Riggs_07252023_01 Riggs_Shelter1 1/7

  • City of Haysville | 1% Tax

    1% Sales Tax Information Special Question, November 7, 2023 In a special question on November 7, 2023, Haysville voters will be asked to considering renewing the 1.00% city sales tax. This would generate approximately $1.3 million annually. The proposition to be voted on shall appear on the ballot as follows: Shall the following be adopted? Shall a retailers' sales tax in the amount of one percent (1.00%) be levied in the City of Haysville, Kansas, to take effect July I, 2024, or as soon thereafter as such tax may be levied by the Kansas Department of Revenue, with revenue from such tax used to fund a Local Street, Park & Recreation Improvement Program; and provided that such retailers' sales tax shall expire on the date ten years after it is first levied, all pursuant to K.S.A 12-187, et seq., as amended? Read the full ordinance #1106 here . The rationale behind the 1% sales tax is firmly rooted in our dedication to the progress of Haysville and well being of its residents. This sales tax renewal is designed to directly improve three critical areas: Streets, Parks and Recreation. Streets: Well-maintained streets are the lifelines of our community. By allocating funds to street maintenance and improvements, we ensure the safety and efficiency of our transportation networks. Pothole repairs, street resurfacing, and infrastructure upgrades are essential to creating smooth, reliable, and hazard-free travel experience for all residents and visitors. Through the 1% sales tax, we are taking a proactive approach to preserving the integrity of our roadways and ensuring safe journeys for generations to come. Parks and Recreation: Our parks and recreation facilities are the heart of community life, offering spaces for leisure, exercise, and social interactions. With the 1% sales tax, we will continue to invest in revitalizing and modernizing these spaces. Upgrades to playgrounds, sports fields, walking trails, and gathering areas contribute to a higher quality of life for individuals and families alike. By allocating funds to these enhancements, we create a healthier, more vibrant, and united community where residents can come together, stay active, and forge lasting memories. The 1% sales tax ensures that we have the necessary resources to maintain our streets, enhance our recreational offerings, and continue building a city that we are proud to call home. Proposed Solution 1% Sales Tax By continuing the 1% City Sales Tax, the City stands to yield an estimated $1,380,000 annually. This revenue would empower the city to achieve the following objectives: Continue street repairs on a consistent timetable, as opposed to a reactive approach. Continue enhancing public amenities, such as parks, recreation and other public spaces. This will contribute to a high quality of life for our residents. Unlike property taxes, the sales tax generates funds from visitors who make purchases within the city's boundaries. Q: Is this a tax increase? A: No, this is not a tax increase. The City currently has a 1% sales tax that began July 1, 2014 and ends June 30, 2024. This would be a 10 year continuation of the current sales tax ensuring continued funding for essential community improvements and services without introducing a new or increased tax rate. Q: Does Haysville currently have a local sales tax? What surrounding cities currently have a sales tax? A: Yes. The following surrounding communities have a city sales tax: Q: When is the election and who can vote? A: The election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 7, 2023, and will be accessible to all eligible registered voters residing within Haysville, KS city limits. Early voting at satellite sites can be done between November 2 and November 4, from 10 am to 4 pm. On election day, voters can submit their ballots at their usual precinct sites. The deadline for voter registration is October 17, 2023. ​ Q: How much will this tax generate annually? A: Annually, the 1% sales tax is estimated to yield around $1,380,000 in revenue. ​ Q: What is impacted by this 1%? A: The 1% sales tax directly impacts key aspects of our community's well-being and growth. It provides vital funding for essential areas such as: · Streets : The sales tax contributes to road maintenance, repairs, and improvements, ensuring safe and efficient travel for residents and visitors. · Parks and Recreation: Our parks and recreation facilities benefit from enhanced funding, allowing for upgrades, renovations, new HAC equipment, and the creation of new recreational spaces that enrich community life. ​ Q: How will the money be used? A: The 1% sales tax revenue will only be used to enhance our streets, parks, and recreation facilities. This allocation ensures safe travel and a high quality of life for our residents by maintaining infrastructure and creating engaging community spaces. ​ Q: If I have further questions, who can I contact? A: You can contact Will Black via email at wblack@haysville-ks.com or by phone at (316) 529-5900. Q: What is the current maintenance/replacement schedule for roads? A: The current maintenance and replacement schedule for roads in our community involves a meticulous process. Roads are inspected annually to assess their condition, and maintenance activities such as pothole repairs, and crack sealing. Since the beginning of the current City sales Tax $4,361,052.04 has been expended on street maintenance and replacement. ​ Q: What happens if we don’t do this? A: Failing to adhere to a consistent road maintenance and replacement schedule can have far reaching consequences for our community. Roads left unmaintained are prone to rapid deterioration, resulting in increased safety hazards, discomfort for commuters, and potential vehicle damage. Delayed maintenance often translates into higher costs as minor issues escalate. Q: How does Haysville's mill levy compare to other communities in Sedgwick County? A: Haysville’s mill levy is positioned on the lower end when compared to other cities in Sedgwick County. This reflects our commitment to maintaining a competitive tax rate while still providing essential services and investing in our community. Q: What impact does the 1% sales tax have on park and recreation specifically? A: The influence of the sales tax on our community’s recreation and parks system is significant, fostering its ongoing enhancement and growth. This revenue source plays a pivotal role in multiple aspects. Firstly, it has enabled us to breathe new life into our existing parks, playgrounds, sports facilities, and recreational spaces. Furthermore, it provides essential funding for the development of new amenities, exemplified by the creation of Randal Dorner Park, alongside several other notable improvements. ​ Q: How has the sales tax directly impacted our community by supporting important projects and facilities? A: The sales tax has played a significant role in one of our community’s most valuable assets-the Haysville Activity Center. This facility, made possible in part by the sales tax revenue, stands as a testament to our commitment to providing state-of-the-art recreational amenities. The Activity Center serves as a hub for fitness, wellness programs, and community gatherings, enhancing the quality of life for our residents.

  • City of Haysville | Planning/Zoning

    Planning and Zoning Jonathan Tardiff Planning Administrator 316.529.5900 jtardiff@haysville-ks.com The planning and Zoning Office for the City of Haysville serves as a process for guiding the future growth of Haysville. City planning attempts to establish a course of action over the development of the physical environment on behalf of the citizens of Haysville and the Haysville Community. Zoning Map Legal Notices and Publications Sign Code Zoning Regulations Floodplain Management Forms Area of Influence Map Zoning District Chart Plans & Studies The Commission is responsible for the development, implementation, and updating of various long range plans and maps; ensuring smart and efficient growth for the City of Haysville. ​ Comprehensive Plan ​ Master Park Plan ​ Historic District Master Plan ​ South Broadway Corridor Plan ​ South Meridian Corridor Plan ​ Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan ​ ​

  • Community Statistics

    Community Statistics Community Profile – City Population: 11,262 (2020, U.S. Census) County Population: 523,824 (2020, U.S. Census) Past Population Average Annual Change Rate: 0.51% per year 2026 Population (projected): 11,374 (ESRI) Railway Service - Union Pacific Railroad Commercial Air Service – Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport: 12 miles by car Business Data – Number of Businesses: 234 (2020, ESRI) Employees: 7,743 (ESRI) Unemployment Rate: 4.8% (U.S. Census Bureau) Educational Facilities – Elementary Schools: 6 Middle Schools: 2 High Schools: 2, Haysville High and Campus High Community Colleges: 1, (Cowley County) Universities and Colleges: 4, (Wichita State University- Haysville, Friends University, Newman University, University of Kansas School of Medicine) Statistics – Assessed Valuation: $66,652,085 (2020, Sedgwick County Clerk’s Office) Number of Housing Units: 4,271 (2020 U.S. Census) Median Home Value: $102,500 (2019) Average Rent: $899 (gross rent, 2019) Median Age: 35.7 (ESRI) Median Household Income: $57, 611 (2020, ESRI) Average Household Income: $68,155 (2021) Major Highways – Interstate-35 (access directly on east side of town, Kansas Turnpike) U.S. Highway 81 (goes through town north-south) U.S. Highway 54 (about 7-8 miles north of town in Wichita) Kansas Highway 15 (K-15 two (2) miles to the east) Kansas Highway 42 (about 5 miles to the NW of town) Municipal Features – 2016 Comprehensive Plan 2017 Comprehensive Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan 2020 Comprehensive Park Plan City is fully zoned Full-time Police Department Full-time Fire Department (via Sedgwick County located in town) City has a City Council, Mayor and City Administrator structure Public Works Department provides public water and sanitary sewer services Public Library in the downtown area Parks and Recreation – Haysville Activity Center (HAC) has over 36,000 square feet of fitness and activity space Outdoor swimming pool Year-round programming for all ages and several special events per year Dorner Park offers a dog park, soccer fields, and Haysville Lake, offers over 80 acres of green space. Plagens-Carpenter Sports Complex has eight (8) baseball/softball fields Veterans Memorial site Angel of Hope memory site Extensive city-wide hike/bike path system Contact Information – Mailing Address and Contact Information: City of Haysville c/o Mayor Russ Kessler PO Box 404 Haysville, Kansas 67060 Phone: 316-529-5900 rkessler@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 Danielle Gabor PO Box 404 Haysville, Kansas 67060 Phone: 316-529-5900 dgabor@haysville-ks.com Physical Address: City of Haysville 200 West Grand Avenue Haysville, Kansas 67060 ESRI Demographic Profiles and Reports – (Please clink on link to view information. They are alphabetically listed) ACS Housing Summary ACS Population Summary Age 50 Profile Age by Gender by Race Profile Age by Gender Profile Business Summary Civilian Labor Force Profile Detailed Age Profile Employment Overview Housing Profile Medical Expenditures Restaurant Market Potential Retail Market Potential Sports and Leisure Market Potential Traffic Count Map (I-35 only)

  • City of Haysville | Municipal Court

    Municipal Court Jess Childs Court Clerk jchilds@haysville-ks.com 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 www.haysvilletix.com 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 | Code Enforcement

    Code Enforcement The purpose of ordinance enforcement is to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the Citizens of Haysville. This purpose includes protecting neighborhoods against hazardous and deteriorating conditions that contribute to the degradation of neighborhood property values. ​ Report an Issue City Code ​ Commonly asked questions: I received a Code Enforcement Notice of Violation letter in the mail. What do I do now? Am I required to have trash service within the city limits? Where can I look at the City's ordinances and code violations? Where can I see the current code enforcement violations map for the City of Haysville? Where can I see this year's code enforcement statistics for the City of Haysville? How do I report a code violation? ​ Common Code Violations: Weeds and Grass Nuisances Trees and Shrubs Nuisance Vehicles Property Maintenance Stephen George Code Enforcement Officer sgeorge@haysville-ks.com 401 S. Jane 316.529.5940 Hours Monday- Thursday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Friday 7:30 am - 11:30 am

  • City of Haysville | PRIDE Park

    PRIDE Park Vickers1 flag_edit PA130012 Vickers1 1/6 PRIDE Park City Fountain Historic Vickers Station Hike and Bike Path City WiFi

  • City of Haysville | Country Lakes Park

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  • City of Haysville | Dale Thompson Bio

    Dale Thompson - Ward I Ward I - Dale Thompson President of Council dkssss@hotmail.com Term Expires Dec. 2027 316.554.1735 Councilperson Thompson was elected to the City Council in April of 2015. He and his wife Kim have lived in Haysville for more than 25 years. Together they have four grown children, all of whom are graduates of Campus High School. They also have thirteen grandchildren. Dale is a quality aircraft inspector for Wichita State University NIAR division. He is a U.S. Army Veteran and a member of the American Legion. He enjoys the small-town atmosphere offered in Haysville and says it is a great place to live and raise a family. Dale takes a common sense approach to government, and says he is proud to serve our community.

  • City of Haysville | Scout Shelter

    Scout Shelter Scout Shelter 1200 E. Dirck Street 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. Orchard_Shelter2 Orchard_Shelter1 Orchard_Shelter3 Orchard_Shelter2 1/3

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