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- City of Haysville | Haysville Hustle
Haysville Hustle Kristen McDaniel Director of Senior Services and Transportation firstname.lastname@example.org Laurel Ferranti Dispatcher email@example.com Eula McKinley Driver firstname.lastname@example.org 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 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 ($8.00 minimum) 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.
- City of Haysville | Rentals
Park & Building Rentals HAC Rental Room 523 Sarah Lane Located in Haysville Activity Center $15-$20/hour Plus Deposit Off-Street Parking Kitchen and Restrooms WiFi City Hotspot Community Building 130 E 2nd St. South Located in W.W. Hays Historic Park $75 - $100 Plus Deposit Off-Street Parking Kitchen and Restrooms Senior Center 160 E. Karla Avenue $50 Plus Deposit Off-Street Parking Kitchen and Restrooms WiFi City Hotspot Senior Membership Required Brady Shelter 6546 Mabel St. Located in Plagens-Carpenter Complex $10, no electricity Off-street Parking Playground Built-in Grill Historic Park Gazebo 200 S Main St. Located in W.W. Hays Historic Park $55 with electricity, Plus Deposit Off-street Parking WiFi City Hotspot Kirby Shelter 608 Chatta St. Located in Kirby Park $30 with electricity Sink and Counter Space Off-street Parking Playground Lions Club Shelter 706 Sarah Lane Located in Riggs Park $65 with electricity, Plus Deposit Off-Street Parking Kitchen and Restrooms Orchard Acres Shelter 1200 E Dirck St. Located in Orchard Acres Park $30 with electricity Sink and Counter Space Off-street Parking Playground Pear Tree Shelter 362 Moy Avenue Located in Pear Tree Park $30 with electricity Street Parking Sink and Counter Space Playground Plagens-Carpenter Shelter 6545 Mabel St. Located in Plagens-Carpenter Complex $30 with electricity Sink and Counter Space Off-street Parking Playground Police Shelter 706 Sarah Lane Located in Riggs Park $27 with electricity Off-street Parking Playground WiFi City Hotspot Riggs Park Band Shell 706 Sarah Lane Located in Riggs Park $27 with electricity Off-street Parking Playground WiFi City Hotspot Riggs Park Shelter 706 Sarah Lane Located in Riggs Park $30 with electricity Off-street Parking Playground WiFi City Hotspot Scout Shelter 1200 E Dirck St. Located in Orchard Acres Park $10, no electricity Off-street Parking Playground Timberlane Shelter 706 Sarah Lane Located in Riggs Park $27 with electricity Off-street Parking Playground Trout Shelter 400 W. 79th Street S. Located in Dorner Park $27 with electricity Parking Lots Playground Whisler Shelter 950 Freeman Avenue Located in Whisler Park $27 with electricity Off-street Parking Playground
- City of Haysville | DJ Barkley Bio
DJ Barkley - Ward IV Ward IV - DJ Barkley email@example.com Term Expires Dec. 2023 316.706.5980 The biography for Councilperson Barkley is coming soon.
- City of Haysville | Council
CITY COUNCIL Mayor - Russ Kessler firstname.lastname@example.org Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.529.5900 Biography COUNCIL AGENDAS WARD I Ward I - Dale Thompson email@example.com Term Expires Dec. 2023 316.554.1735 Biography Ward I - Steve Crum firstname.lastname@example.org Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.491.1977 Biography WARD II Ward II - Janet Parton email@example.com Term Expires Dec. 2023 316.641.4186 Biography Ward II - Dan Benner firstname.lastname@example.org Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.372.5688 Biography WARD III Ward III - Pat Ewert email@example.com Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.655.7539 Biography Ward III - Bob Rardin firstname.lastname@example.org Term Expires Dec. 2023 316.522.2663 Biography WARD IV Ward IV - Danny Walters email@example.com Term Expires Dec. 2025 316.993.7693 Biography Ward IV - DJ Barkley firstname.lastname@example.org Term Expires Dec. 2023 316.706.5980 Biography
- City of Haysville | Investigations
Investigations Malcolm Young Investigations Commander email@example.com Chad Case Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org Brady Simmons Detective email@example.com Justin Hehnke Detective firstname.lastname@example.org 200 W. Grand Avenue 316.529.5912 The function of the Haysville Police Department's Investigations Section is to review and investigate reports of felony and misdemenor crimes, identify suspects, both adult and juvenile, and prepare cases for prosecution with the District Attorney's Office or the Haysville City Prosecutors Office. All criminal reports made to the Haysville Police Department are refered to the Investigations Section for further review. Detectives are assigned cases based ,in part, on the information provided to them through officer's reports, victims statements, and eye witness accounts. Other factors used to decide if a case will be assigned for further investigation include: clear descriptions that will identify the suspect, license tag information, direct knowledge of who committed the crime, physical evidence that can identify the suspect, or witnesses who are able to positively identify the suspect. There could be other factors that may also be used in determining case assignment. There are instances where a report will contain all the necessary information needed to determine that a crime has been committed and there is a known suspect responsible for the crime. Those cases are reviewed for completeness and a determination is made based on probable cause whether it is a misdemenor or a felony. If all of the necessary information is there the cases are immediately assigned to a detective for preperation and presentation to the Sedgwick County District Attorney's office. A review date is set with the DA as soon as possible. Only felony cases are reviewed by the District Attorney and done by appointment only. Any misdemenor cases will be forwarded to the Haysville Municipal Court and City Prosecutor for local prosecution. In the case where a Detective has exhausted all leads and no more information was developed towards prosecution, the case will be considered inactive. Should new information be developed, the case can be reopened for further investigation. If you are the victim of a crime currently being investigated by the Haysville Police Department and have a question about your case you can contact the Investigations Section.
- City of Haysville | Stormwater
Stormwater Storm Drains As an integral part to the safety of our streets, storm drains must be kept free of debris and function at maximum capacity. The philosophy of "only rain in the drain" should be adopted by all Haysville residents. Property owners can dispose of yard waste at the City’s Recycling Center. Learn more about the Haysville Recycling Center Here. Preventative Measures Our community can take preventative measures to decrease erosion and sediment runoff from entering our storm water system. Good common sense can go a long way; Here are some examples: Consider using a car wash instead of washing your car at home. Contain waste oil and take it to Haysville’s Recycling Center to dispose. Do not use the street or gutter inlet to dispose of yard waste such as lawn clippings and leaves, instead bring it to Haysville’s Recycling Center. Don’t fertilize your lawn if there is a chance for rain. Sweep your driveway rather than washing it down. Use pesticides sparingly on lawns and gardens. Instead, consider a more natural approach. View & Print our “Stormwater Utility Information” brochure here "Use Lawn Chemicals Wisely" brochure
- City of Haysville | Plagens Picnic
Plagens Shelter Plagens Shelter 6545 Mabel Street Please contact the HAC at 316.529.5922 between the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM, M-F o r email email@example.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. Plagens_07252023 Plagens_Picnic4 Plagens Playground_07032023_01 Plagens_07252023 1/8
- City of Haysville | Permits & Plans
Permits and Plans When is a Building Permit Required? In general, a building permit is needed for any new building, addition, alteration or repair to any portion of commercial or residential buildings. This includes the addition of accessory structures such as pools & sheds. If you need further clarification, please call our office at 529-5940. Where do I Apply for a Permit? You can apply for a permit in person at the Public Works office located at 401 S. Jane or print off a permit below and fax/scan to us. Please note that Plumbing, Electrical & Mechanical Permits can only be purchased by a licensed contractor. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Fax: 529-5945 How do I Pay for the permit? Permits can be paid for in person at the Public Works office located at 401 S. Jane or over the phone by calling 529-5940. Acceptable forms of payment include Debit Card, Credit Card (No AMX), Cash or Check. Can I do the Work and then Apply for a Permit? Work started without a permit is subject to double permit fees. Permits must be submitted and paid for before work is started. Emergency work may begin prior to the permit application, but the contractor needs to obtain a permit the next business day. When do I Call for an Inspection? Inspections are done on a first come, first served basis. If you call day of, you will be limited to an inspection after 1 PM & subject to the availability of the inspector. It is suggested that you call 1-2 days in advance to schedule the most ideal inspection time. Drawing a Site Plan & Printable Checklist Most permit applications require a site plan, but don’t worry, site plans are easy! All you have to do is draw a picture of your property as if you are looking straight down on it. It does not have to be drawn to scale. There are several things you must indicate on your site plan; you can print or download the checklist by clicking here . Need more help? Give us a call at 529-5940. Inspection Handouts Approach Handout Roofing Handout Fencing Handout Pool Handout Firework Stands NOTICE: Please contact Haysville City Hall at 529-5900 to obtain a Fireworks Stand Permit. Please contact Sedgwick County Fire Station #34 at 660-3434 for further requirements regarding fireworks stand inspections & permits. If electrical services have been off for 6 months or more, then an electrical permit must be obtained. Once the permit is obtained, the City Inspector will conduct an inspection to ensure it is safe for electrical services to be established. After the inspection has passed, Public Works will release the approval. Once Evergy has received the approval, you are clear to contact them to activate your account. All firework stands require a final inspection. This inspection includes, but is not limited to: Entrance & Exit Signs Size of Fireworks Tent Parking Requirements To schedule a final inspection, please call the Public Works office at 529-5940 and ask for Dawn or Nicci.
- 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
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.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 | 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
- City of Haysville | Found Dogs
Found Dogs OPEN POSITION Animal Control Officer @haysville-ks.com 200 W. Grand Avenue 316.529.5912 For more information contact Haysville Police at 316.529.5912