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Mayor: John Johnson
Chief of Police: Matthew M. Cox
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Eastborough News

March 04, 2016


CELEBRATING 48 Years of Fair Housing
The City of Eastborough

WHEREAS, the Congress of the United States passed the Civil Rights Act of 1968, of which Title VII declared that the law of the land would now guarantee the rights of equal housing opportunity; and

WHEREAS, The City of Eastborough is committed to the mission and intent of Congress to provide fair and equal housing opportunities for all, and today, many realty companies and associations support fair housing laws; and

WHEREAS, the Fair Housing groups and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development have, over the years, received thousands of complaints of alleged illegal housing discrimination and found too many that have proved upon investigation to be violations of the fair housing laws; and

Whereas, equal housing opportunity is a condition of life in our City that can and should be achieved,

I, Mayor of The City of Eastborough, on behalf of its citizens, do hereby proclaim the month of April as


And express the hope that this year’s observance will promote fair housing practices throughout the City.

Date is 1st day of March, 2016

John Johnson, Mayor

December 30, 2015

Sedgwick County Emergency Communications will have a non-emergency line in place from 6:00 PM on December 31, 2015 to 3:00 AM January 1, 2016. This line should be utilized to report any fireworks complaints, loud party complaints, or any other nuisance reports where nobody is injured, nothing is on fire, and there are no fights or other disturbances involved. The number is (316) 290-1011.

As always if you need to report any suspicious activity or persons simply dial 911. Especially after hours as this is the only way to get a Police Response.

Chief Matthew Cox
Eastborough Police Department

September 15, 2015

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

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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.


2016 Citywide Spring Clean-up
Saturday, May 7th - Noon

Items must be brought to the street for curbside pickup

Waste Connections will BEGIN the pick-up route at NOON this coming Saturday, May 7th.

Waste Connections will make one pass thru the city.

Waste Connections asks that all items being collected need to be able to be handled by one person safely. General trash, small amounts of bundled brush or limbs, Furniture including, chairs, couches, tables. Appliances including, washers, dryers, dishwashers, microwaves small electrical appliances such as TV's, computers, mixers, blenders. Patio grills, patio furniture, push lawn mowers (free of gas & oil) and lawn trimmers. Tree limbs and branches must be cut in 3ft. lengths and bundled for easy pickup. Any trash not in the trash cart must be in throwaway containers such as boxes or bags, no more than 30-gallon capacity. No loose trash or debris or no box or bag may exceed 40 pounds in weight.

Here is a list of items NO LANDFILL OR TRANSFER STATION will accept:
Car batteries, oil filters, fluorescent light bulbs, propane tanks, any asbestos materials, explosives, paint (we will take empty & dried up paint cans), no hazardous liquids (such as fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, solvents, diesel fuel, gas, oil, transmission fluid, antifreeze, etc...) tires. REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS AND AIR CONDITIONS must be tagged by a technician and must have the appropriate paper work with it in order for Waste Connections to pick it up.

City Council & Staff

John Johnson
Council President:
Greg Shelton
Jerry Cohlmia
Stacy Moore
Cathy Tilma
Danny Wallace

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

Stormwater Management Program

Learn more about our Stormwater Management Program.

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