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  • 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 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_04082024_02 Riggs_Shelter1 1/10

  • City of Haysville | Orchard Picnic

    Orchard Acres Shelter Orchard Acres 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 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_Picnic2 Orchard_Picnic1 Orchard_Picnic5 Orchard_Picnic2 1/4

  • City of Haysville | Animal Control

    Animal Control OPEN POSITION Animal Control Officer Found Dogs 200 W. Grand Avenue 316.529.5912 ​ The Haysville Animal Control Officer is normally on duty from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For animal control calls outside those hours (e. g. loose or aggressive dogs, dog bites or excessive barking), call 911 and a Haysville Police officer will respond to help. Responsibilities and Services Responding to citizen complaints relating to dogs or nuisance animals Investigating animal cruelty and neglect Capturing and impounding loose or dangerous dogs Enforcing the Haysville City Code, Chapter 2 (Animal Ordinances) Educating the public with regard to animal welfare and promoting responsible pet ownership Animal bite investigation and rabies control and quarantine Animal bites must be reported immediately! If Animal Control is not available, a police officer will take the report and forward the case to Animal Control once back on duty. Dead animal pick up dependent upon circumstances Loaning live animal traps Services Not Offered by Haysville Animal Control Haysville Animal Control does not trap, transport, impound or handle felines (including both domestic and feral cats) Limited services for wildlife problems. Wildlife Complaints Haysville Animal Control has very limited equipment and resources to handle calls regarding wildlife that has come into the City. If you have a wildlife issue and would like to have someone come out to evaluate the situation, please call 911 and we will try to assist you or possibly give information on who you can contact. For wildlife related issues and questions you can also contact the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks or a certified Wildlife Removal or Pest Control business. A current list of Nuisance Wildlife Damage Control permittees can be found at . If you decide to trap a wild nuisance animal on your property, you have the option to borrow a live animal trap from the Haysville Police Department at no cost to you. A waiver shall be filled out and you will be responsible of humanely removing the animal, and relocating it to in an appropriate habitat and on property where you have permission to do so. Please note that trapping and relocating wild animals is never a long-term solution and often inhumane to the captured animal. Relocated animals struggle to survive in unfamiliar surroundings, have to compete with others of their species that are already established at the relocation site, and may potentially transport new diseases or parasites to a new area. Depending on the season, orphans may also be left behind and will die of starvation in crawl spaces, attics or walls, leading to new problems, such as rotting carcasses in inaccessible areas. When an animal is removed by trapping or killing, the void that is left will most likely be filled by another animal in the near future. More effective and long-term solutions for conflicts with wildlife are to remove attractants and to prevent animals from accessing structures. For professional advice, solutions or recommendations please refer to a licensed wildlife control expert. If you still decide to take wildlife matters into your own hands, be aware of the risks of handling wildlife and use caution in order to avoid getting bit or exposed to diseases. For injured wildlife please contact a wildlife rehabber. Animal Control will not be able to care for or rehabilitate wildlife. A list of current licensed wildlife rehabilitators and additional resources can be found here: . For dead animals within the City limits, either wild or domestic and without a known owner, contact Haysville Animal Control for pick up. In addition, City streets are regularly patrolled and any deceased animals found will be picked up and taken to the pound. Feral and Stray Cats The City of Haysville does not have a cat ordinance in place. Animal Control will not trap or impound cats and does not have a facility to house found cats. Found or caught stray cats have to be brought to the Wichita Animal Shelter, 3303 N Hillside St, Wichita, KS 67219. For other cat-related questions, concerns or getting involved in TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return), use the following resources: Friends of Feral Felines KS: Kansas Humane Society: Lost and Found Pets Haysville Animal Control will hold found dogs for 3 business days and will take all reasonable steps to reunite the dog with its owner. If a found dog remains unclaimed after 3 days, the animal will be transferred to the Wichita Animal Shelter. If your dog has been picked up, you can claim your dog at the Haysville Police Department at 200 W Grand. Proof of ownership will be required (vet records, tags, photos, etc.) and an impound fee ($25.00 set fee + $1.00 per day) will be due at the time of release. The releasing officer will also issue a Dog At Large citation. If you are not able to provide proof of current rabies vaccination and a valid city license, additional charges may be added to the citation. See FOUND DOGS Please note: If you are missing your pet, always contact the Haysville Police Department at 316-529-5912. Found dogs are not always posted on the web site immediately. Although Haysville Animal Control does not pick up or hold cats, we keep a log of all lost, found and deceased pets. Dial the non-emergency number (316) 529-5912 to report a missing pet and you will be notified if your pet is found, or we can connect you with the finder if they notify us. And remember if your pet returns home on it’s own, call and let us know that it is back home so we can remove it from the “lost” list. Selection of Animal Ordinances (Excerpts from Chapter 2 of the Haysville City Code) It is unlawful to allow a dog to "run at large" in the City Of Haysville. Please be advised that dogs also need to be leashed at Dorner Park unless they are in the fenced dog park area. All dogs 6 months old and older must be licensed with the City of Haysville. Dog licenses can be obtained at the City Building during business hours. Proof of current rabies vaccination and if applicable, proof of neuter status, will be required. The licensing fees are as follows: Neutered and spayed dogs: $10.00 Unaltered dogs: $20.00 It is unlawful to have an unvaccinated dog. It is unlawful to have more than 4 pets of any combination. It is unlawful to harbor a nuisance animal. Animals that are kept outside must be provided with adequate weatherproof shelter and access to fresh and unfrozen water at all times. ​ Tethering and Picketing of Dogs As a companion and pack animal, a dog should regularly interact with people or other animals, and receive adequate exercise in order to maintain good mental and physical health. Tethering should always be a temporary and short-term solution, as intensive confinement or long-term restraint can cause dogs to become neurotic, bored, depressed or aggressive. Keeping an animal tethered for longer periods or during extreme weather is not acceptable. As per the City Ordinance, tethering is only allowed for 1 continuous hour, up to 3 hours total per day. The tether must be at least 10 feet in length, of appropriate size for the animal and has to be secured in such a way that it cannot become entangled with other objects and in such a way that strangulation is prevented. Collars should be comfortable and fitted properly. Tethering by means of choke chains and prong collars is prohibited. (City Code, 2-207.) See the full City Code, Chapter II: Animals and Fowl, here: Chapter 2 Dog Park Rules can be viewed here: Chapter 7 Other Resources and Contacts Sedgwick County Animal Control: Wichita Animal Action League:

  • City of Haysville | Public Works

    Public Works The Public Works Department strives to improve with pride the quality of life through effective management of community public works assets, such as streets, public buildings, sidewalks, parks, water and wastewater utilities and drainage ways. The department encompasses seven divisions dedicated to maintaining and operating the community’s complex infrastructure. It is also one of the largest departments within the City employing approximately 30 employees. The divisions within the Public Works Department include: Public Works Administration, Parks, Water and Wastewater, Street, Inspection/Code Enforcement, and Fleet Operations. The collective group maintains all City-owned properties, equipment and vehicles, water mains, sanitary and storm sewers, streets, bike paths, traffic control systems and antique lights. Citizen Problem Reporter Permits and Site Plans Contractor's License Inspections Code Enforcement Haysville GIS Parks Water Water Consumer Confidence Report Wastewater Stormwater Streets Recycling/Yard Waste Tony Martinez Director, Public Works Cale Topinka Assistant Director, Public Works 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 | Utility Billing

    Utility Bill Payment There is a new billing and online payment system as of January 1, 2023. INSTRUCTIONS TO SET UP ACCOUNT ARE HERE ​ The City of Haysville has entered into an agreement with Tyler Technologies to provide this online payment service. A convenience fee of $1.25 will be charged for all payments made through the site processed using this service. This fee is not charged nor collected by the City but by the third-party payment provider. If you have any questions, please contact us at 316-529-5900. There are no fees for paying in person, using the drop box, mailing a payment, calling City Hall at 316-529-5900, or setting up automatic withdrawal (ACH) from your bank account. ​ To make a payme nt click HERE 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 $23.93, or 3,300 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.

  • 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 | 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

  • 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 ​ Haysville Incentives Haysville Coffee Shop Incentive Haysville Steak House/Family Dining Incentive Fast Food/Quick Service Dining Ince ntive ​ Starting a Business Community Profile City Code Business Registration/Licensing Haysville By The Numbers Haysville Community Brochure Haysville Business Brochure SBA Guide ​ ​ Available Real Estate in/surrounding Haysville Buildings for Lease and/or Sale on LOIS Land for Sale on LOIS ​ Kansas Resources Kansas Department of Commerce - Resources, Tax Incentives, and Grants U.S. Small Business Administration Business Guide & Resources Small Business Administration - Loans, Counseling, Contracting, and Assistance Network Kansas - Financing (some with matching funds) and Resources Workforce Center of South-Central Kansas - Grants, Training, and Resources FlagshipKansas.Tech Offers Tech Education and Workforce Opportunities South Center Kansas Economic Development District (SCKEDD) Small Business Loans Kansas Small Business Development Center at WSU - Confidential, no-cost advising and training events for small businesses The Capital Access Center (CAC) (part of Kansas Small Business Development Center) - a consulting service to small business owners needing capital (loans, Lines of credit, etc.) Small Business Development Center Lender Match Tool & Preparation Resources Child Care Provider Resources: Child Start Home Home | - Child Start (KS) Child Start Resources Resources for Child Care Providers - Child Start (KS) Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities (KCCTO) Homepage - KCCTO Kansas Department of Health and Environment Tools and Training Tools & Training for Child Care Providers | KDHE, KS , Kansas Department of Health and Environment Resources Provider & Parent Resources | KDHE, KS Kansas Department of Children and Families Child Care in Kansas ​ Studies/Plans/Assessments Housing Assessment Tool - Kansas Department of Commerce Housing Assessment Tool - WSU Public Policy and Management Center 2023 Retail Survey 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 | Trout Shelter

    Trout Shelter Trout Shelter 400 W. 79th Street South Please contact the HAC at 316.529.5922 between the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM, M-F o r email 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. Dorner_07132023_01 DJI_0015E Dorner_07132023_030 Dorner_07132023_01 1/7

  • 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 Summary of New Ordinances

  • 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 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 | Water

    Water For all questions or concerns regarding your water bill please contact City Hall at 529-5900. NOTICE: The City of Haysville is not affiliated with and does not endorse or regulate any company offering or providing water or sewer line insurance. Crews are performing upgrades on water meters around town. If you have any questions please call our office at 529-5940. The City of Haysville provides fresh, clean drinking water to the community by monitoring well production, maintaining the water treatment facility, water lines, water meters, and pumps. The water department is also responsible for reading the water meters, handling shut-off/turn-on requests and performing locates. View the 2022 Consumer Confidence Report here View the 2021 Consumer Confidence Report here View the 2020 Consumer Confidence Report here View the 2019 Consumer Confidence Report here View the 2018 Consumer Confidence Report here Backflow Report Fillable Version Water Hardness The hardness of Haysville's water is 12.26 grains per gallon of water. Water Service Tap Fees The City of Haysville charges the following fees for installing new meters to the Haysville water system: 5/8 inch 20 GPM $2250.00 1 inch 50 GPM $2500.00 2 inch 160 GPM $4000.00 Any size larger than 2" will be assessed and priced as needed The Sewer Tap Fee for the City of Haysville is $500.00 View Haysville’s City Code regarding Water Utilities here Reporting a Water Leak: During normal business hours, call City Hall at 529-5900. After hours, on weekends or holidays, please call the Non-Emergency line at 529-5912. **If you think you have a leak, call the Haysville Water Department first. The City can check our portion of the water system to determine if you truly need a plumber. This could save you time and money, and helps the Water Department remain aware of possible problems in the area.** Levi Brewer Water Supervisor 401 S. Jane 316.529.5940 Hours Monday- Thursday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Friday 7:30 am - 11:30 am

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