Welcome to the City of Eastborough

Mayor: John Johnson
Chief of Police: Matthew M. Cox
Photo of sign at entrance to City of Eastborough


December 02, 2016

Eastborough City Council
November 22, 2016

Council voted on November 22, 2016 to change the December meeting date from Tuesday, December 27, 2016 to Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 5:30pm.

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

June 22, 2016
2016 Eastborough Neighborhood Directory

The 2016 Eastborough Neighborhood Directory is available for residents. Please stop by City Hall (#1 Douglas) to pick up your copy. City Hall hours are Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00 pm.

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

June 25, 2015
Notice to Residents

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.

June 11, 2015

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.


Matthew Cox
Chief of Police
Eastborough Police Department