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Mayor: David Anderson
Chief of Police: Matthew M. Cox
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Eastborough News

September 30, 2014

Most real estate agents agree, there is nothing more important for curb appeal than to have beautiful, well cared for trees in your yard. The best way to do this is to keep the dead cut out of your trees and to keep them well fed. In the long run it can increase the value of your home. Beautiful, healthy trees improve the overall appearance of our community and have been a tradition in Eastborough. So let's keep up the tradition and maintain the value of our homes by taking the following steps:

  1. Keep the dead wood trimmed out of your trees and feed as needed to keep them healthy. Dead wood saps the life out of an otherwise healthy tree.
  2. Feed and water when appropriate.
  3. Don't let dead limbs lay in your yard.
  4. Falling limbs can be a safety hazard and liability.
  5. Remember, it's generally more expensive to have dead trees cut down and removed than to care for them.

Well cared for yards have also been an Eastborough tradition. Let's keep the pride in our city. Don't hesitate to call City Hall for a recommendation for an arborist/tree trimmer or lawn care expert.

September 19, 2014
Eastborough Street Closures

Starting next week we will be finishing the valley gutter project we began last winter.

The purpose of this project is to fix a number of drainage issues that have developed over the years by installing concrete valley gutters across several intersections in the city.

This project will require closing a number of streets for 3-4 days while the work is underway. In each case, one street at each intersection will be closed during the construction. None of these closures should cut off access to any property but might require that you take a different route than normal to get where you are going.

The contractor will be working on approximately two locations at a time and won't be closing the same street in more than one place at a time.

Below is a list of the locations for this work. Each of these should already be marked and I believe they've already actually done all the concrete cutting for what they will be removing.

  • Peach Tree and Willowbrook (closing Willowbrook east of Peach Tree)
  • Peach Tree and Lakeside (closing Lakeside north of Peach Tree)
  • Peach Tree and Hampton (closing Hampton north of Peach Tree)
  • Willowbrook and Hunter (closing Willowbrook east of Hunter)
  • Huntington and St James (closing St James north of Huntington)

There should be minimal impact from this project but if you see any issues please let us know.

Chris Owen
City Council

June 12, 2014

On June 11th at 3:30 p.m. the Sheriff’s Office began receiving phone calls from concerned citizen's reference to phone calls they received today. At least three separate victims received phone calls from an unknown caller, identifying themselves as Sheriff's Deputies, demanding immediate payment for unpaid fines, unsatisfied warrants or fines for missing jury duty.

This is not the first time scams like this have been attempted; however, this time the caller ID is showing as 660-3900, the very real phone number to Sheriff Administration. Evidently there is a phone app that allows callers to select the number they want displayed on a caller ID.

The Sheriff’s Office is advising the public to NOT make payment or provide any personal information to anyone demanding payment to the Sheriff's Office over the phone. The Sheriff's Office does not collect fines by phone. If you have been the victim of this scam call 911 or Sheriff Investigations at 316-660-5300.

Detective Robert D. Holland
Intelligence Section
Sedgwick County Sheriff's Department
141 W. Elm, Wichita Kansas, 67203

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City Services

Garage & Estate Sales

Garage Sale permits are required and free! Please contact City Hall at least one week prior to the event.

Voter Registration

We provide applications for advanced voting ballots. We also have on hand voter register change forms if you've recently moved or had a name change.


Fall Festival & National Crime Prevention Night

Tuesday, October 7 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Eastborough Park Gazebo

Eastborough Fall Festival

Come join us for games, activities, hot apple cider & treats to celebrate fall and our National Crime Prevention Night!!

  • Inflatable
  • Ambulance
  • Activities
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Rescue Dogs
  • Goodie Bags
  • Military Police/ Bomb Squad
  • & More
  • Costumes Optional

Back by Popular Demand!!
Forget about making dinner at home, B.S. Sandwich Press food truck will be there for you to purchase a delicious dinner!

View Event Flyer

Police Department

Chief's Note

City Council & Staff

David Anderson
Council President:
Greg Shelton
Danny Wallace
Chris Owen
Cathy Tilma
Stacy Moore

City Attorney:
Jerry Bogle
Municipal Court Judge:
Larry Hollis
City Clerk:
Debra Gann
City Treasurer:
Norman Farha
Chief of Police:
Matthew M. Cox
Asst. City Clerk:
Barbara Kratzer
Court Clerk:
Cindy Burkemper

Contact Us

City Offices

Please address correspondence to:

Assistant City Clerk
Barbara Kratzer
1 Douglas Avenue
Eastborough, KS 67207

Phone: 316-682-4111

Police Department

In an Emergency Dial 911

During normal business hours (9am - 5pm) dial:


and leave a message with the Clerk so an Officer may return your call. At all other hours, leave a brief message on the answering machine including your name and telephone number. An Officer will return your call as soon as possible.

Email: chief@eastborough-ks.gov

City Council Meetings

The City Council meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month. The meetings begin at 5:30pm at City Hall.

Municipal Court

For information on your rights in Municipal Court, procedures, fines, fees, and forms for the diversion program.

City of Eastborough Municipal Court