The Eastborough Police Department took into the Property and Evidence Room a golf bag and several clubs on September 2, 2015. There are no identifying markings on any of the equipment. Anyone in the area who is missing similar items is encouraged to contact the Eastborough Police. I would like to see these items returned to their rightful owner.
Chief Matthew Cox
Eastborough Police Department
Mayor Anderson submitted his letter of resignation to the Council effective June 23, 2015. Dave and Susie are in the process of downsizing and have recently put their house on the market. Mayor Anderson has served on the Council for 10 years, 8 years as a Council Member and 2 years as Mayor. During his tenure Dave has worked diligently to improve the Eastborough Community. Council thanked Dave for his dedication and service to Eastborough.
John Johnson agreed to assume the duties of Mayor and serve the remaining 2 year term. A longtime resident of Eastborough, John served as City Attorney as well as serving on the Eastborough City Council. He and Peggy reside at #28 Norfolk.
Sedgwick County Emergency Communications will staff their non-emergency fireworks complaint line again for the upcoming Independence Day holiday. The non-emergency line, (316) 290-1011, will be staffed on July 3rd and July 4th between the hours of 6:30 PM and 3:00 AM both nights. This line should be used to report fireworks complaints when nothing is on fire and nobody is injured, loud parties and general noise complaints where there is no disturbances or other illegal activity involved to the callers knowledge.
I also want to remind everyone that Eastborough City Hall will be closed on July 3rd in observance of Independence Day. The Police Department is dispatched through Sedgwick County Emergency Communications. For faster service when City Hall is closed, call 911 or the above non-emergency number.
Chief of Police
Eastborough Police Department
Garage Sale permits are required and free! Please contact City Hall at least one week prior to the event.
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.
Tuesday, October 6 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Eastborough Park Gazebo
Come join us for games, activities, hot apple cider & treats to celebrate fall and our National Crime Prevention Night!!
Dinner is served!! Forget about making dinner at home, Chino's Parrilla will be there for you to purchase a delicious dinner!
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