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

October 19, 2016
2016 Fall Festival & National Crime Prevention Night

The Eastborough Fall Festival was held on the evening of October 11, 2016. Once again Erin Fulghum organized a great time for everyone. Be sure and thank her when you see her. I want to also thank Officer Matt Young from the Wichita Police Department for bringing out one of the Bomb Unit Trucks and the Bomb Robot. Many people young and old enjoyed watching Officer Young demonstrate the robot and explain what the Bomb Squad does. The Wichita Bomb Squad serves a 19 County area of south central Kansas.

In addition to the Bomb Truck and robot, our very own Officer Derrick Vickery and his wife Lori were there with their Search and Rescue dog, Rookie. Officer and Mrs. Vickery founded the K9 Search and Rescue of Kansas many years ago and enjoy being able to participate in the Eastborough Festivals. The children also enjoyed the inflatables that were brought in and many people enjoyed a night off from cooking by purchasing great food from the food vendor which was available.

If you weren't able to make it this year, I hope to see you next year.


Chief Matthew Cox

View photos from the event

October 06, 2016
NOTICE: Street Slurry Seal Work - October 10-14

Beginning Monday, October 10 through Friday, October 14 crews will begin slurry seal work on the following streets resulting in partial street closures. As work begins on the street, ½ of the street will be closed each day. Residents WILL have access to driveways.

Any resident who is directly affected by the closures will receive notices, via hanging tag at their home, from South Central Sealing & Paving.

PLEASE NOTE: Slurry Seal work will be postponed by rain. Re-notification of the street closings will be provided after extended rainy periods.

Colonial Ct. (Woodlawn back to Woodlawn)
South Hampton ( Peachtree to Dead End)
St. James (Huntington to Norfolk)
Park Ave (Huntington to High Drive)
Lynnwood (Woodlawn to Mission)
Douglas (Woodlawn to East City Limit)
High Drive (Huntington to Norfolk)

August 11, 2016

There have been two reports in Eastborough in the last few weeks and several reports in the surrounding area of thefts from cars.

I would like to remind everyone to always lock your vehicles even in your own driveway and do not leave valuables such as cash, credit cards, electronic devices, etc. in your cars. Remember that it only takes a thief a few seconds to get into a car and leave without being noticed. Many times it is several days before someone notices they have been a victim.

Also it is a safety practice to always lock your vehicles as a sad story came from the Abilene Kansas area a few weeks ago when a toddler got into an unlocked vehicle in her own driveway while playing outside. She wasn’t noticed gone for a while then was found to have died in the hot car.

As always do not hesitate to call 911 if you see any suspicious people or activity in your neighborhood.

Matthew M. Cox
Chief of Police
Eastborough Police Department

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2016 Fall Festival & National Crime Prevention Night

Tuesday, October 11 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Eastborough Park Gazebo

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

• Inflatable   •  Activiies   • Pumpkin Patch
• Rescue Dogs   •  Treats & More
  •  Costumes Optional

Dinner is served!!
Forget about making dinner at hoje, Chino's Parilla will be there for you to purchase a delicious dinner!

2016 Fall Festival

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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

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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

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