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Ana Lopez,
Community Services Representative

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Dr. Cindy Claycomb was elected as the council member to District VI in 2017.

Dr. Claycomb has been employed in higher education for over 20 years, holding positions of professor of marketing, interim dean of the business school, and assistant to the President for strategic planning. Prior to that, she spent over a decade in analyst and management positions at two local Fortune 500 companies—Boeing and Pizza Hut, a division of PepsiCo.

Claycomb is committed to working on a strong local economy, safe and thriving neighborhoods, and a vibrant quality of life for all Wichitans. 

Dr. Claycomb is a two-time graduate of Wichita State University where she received Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Business Administration and is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a Ph.D. in Marketing. Prior to being elected, she served on the District VI Advisory Board and for eight years on the Wichita Board of Park Commissioners. Currently, she serves on the boards of Botanica, Downtown Wichita, Arts Council, Old Town Association, Raise My Head Foundation, National Baseball Congress, and Wichita State University Alumni Association. In addition, she serves on the Executive Committee of the Regional Economic Area Partnership (REAP) of South Central Kansas, the Wichita Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (WAMPO) Transportation Policy Body, and the Health and Wellness Coalition Leadership Team. Her committee work includes Evergreen Neighborhood Center revitalization, branch libraries planning, transportation planning, baseball stadium oversight, parking and multi-modal study, and the Douglas Design District Business Improvement District planning.

Claycomb has been a Wichita-area resident her entire life and attended Bishop Carroll High School. 

Claycomb is married to Charlie and they have an adult daughter, son-in-law, and three grandchildren. 

When not working, Claycomb enjoys walking, bicycling, reading, and traveling with her husband.

District VI Advisory Board

The District VI Advisory Board meeting will be conducted virtually on Monday, February  1, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. The meeting is open to the public with multiple options to participate: The public can join the meeting through the Zoom platform or view the meeting live on the District 6 Facebook page.

  • Join Zoom meeting on a computer, tablet, or smartphone
    Click on the link below and enter the meeting ID and passcode.

    Meeting ID: 964 0827 9885
    Passcode: 292682

  • Join Zoom meeting via telephone (audio only):
    Dial +1 312 626 6799  and enter the meeting ID and passcode listed above.

Submit Comments Ahead of Time

Residents also have the option to submit comments regarding items on the DAB VI agenda by emailing Ana Lopez, Community Services Representative, District VI at  Please provide your name, address, and which agenda item you are speaking toward, followed by comments. To ensure comments are included, all emails must be submitted no later than 2 p.m. on the day of the meeting In lieu of reading written public comments live into the record during the meeting, such comments shall be provided in writing to the Council Member and DAB members. All written comments will be attached and made part of the official minutes of this meeting.

District VI Advisory Board Meeting Schedule

District VI Coffee

The February District VI Coffee Saturday, February 20, 2021, at 9:00 a.m. The public can join the meeting through the Zoom platform or view the meeting live on the District 6 Facebook page.

         Topic: To be announced. 

Join Zoom meeting on a computer, tablet, or smartphone

          Meeting ID: 924 3308 6090
          Passcode:  713491

District VI Coffee is held on the third Saturday of the month. These gatherings are a chance to discuss City projects and issues, provide input, and ask questions. We meet from 9 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. virtually. 

​Board Member Roster


James Deckard Email James Deckard
​​Angela Martinez Email Angela Martinez
Linda Matney Email Linda Matney
​William Washburn Email William Washburn
​Gisela Peña Email Gisela Peña
​Shaun Rojas Email Shaun Rojas

Sergio Dévora-Nájera

Dr. Scott Anthony Lucas Email Dr. Scott Anthony Lucas
​Bill Longnecker Email Bill Longnecker
​Melinda Kellogg ​Email Melinda Kellogg
​Alayna Welch, Youth Member Email Alayna Welch

​Agendas & Minutes

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​Other Documents

2021 District 6 Neighborhood Associations.pdf2021 District 6 Neighborhood Associations1/19/2021 2:00 PM
2021 District VI DAB Calendar.pdf2021 District VI DAB Calendar12/21/2020 10:58 AM
Community Services Booklet.pdfCommunity Services Booklet8/2/2017 3:31 PM
Council District VI Map - 11x17.pdfCouncil District VI Map - 11x177/20/2017 8:49 AM
DAB Administrative Policies and Bylaws.pdfDAB Administrative Policies and Bylaws9/13/2013 2:12 PM
Evergreen Neighborhood City Hall map.pdfEvergreen Neighborhood City Hall map9/13/2013 2:15 PM
Homeowner and Neighborhood Contact Update Form.pdfHomeowner and Neighborhood Contact Update Form9/11/2013 1:50 PM
Median Income Map.pdfMedian Income Map7/20/2017 9:21 AM
Protect Your Property From Roosting Egrets amp Herons.pdfProtect Your Property From Roosting Egrets amp Herons2/9/2018 10:22 AM

Neighborhood & Homeowner Associations

If you are a newly elected officer or contact person for your Homeowner Association, please download the NA/HOA Contact Update form to submit your information to us. Thank you!

NA/HOA Contact Update Form​​​

A strong neighborhood is a valuable tool in maintaining healthy communities. Neighborhood organizations bring together people of diverse backgrounds, who share common concerns for their safety, properties, homes and community interests. Neighborhood organizations help City staff and elected officials identify and resolve issues and concerns in a particular area. There is strength in numbers - having a unified voice can make a difference.

Wichita Neighborhood Association Map - All Districts

Benjamin Hills | Delano | El Pueblo | Historic Midtown Citizens Association | Indian Hills | Indian Hills Riverbend | La Placita Park | North Riverside | Northwest Big River | Old Town Association | Orchard Breeze | Orchard Park | Riverside Citizens Association | Riverview | Sherwood Glen | Sunflower

An HOA is an actual business entity and normally is organized as a "Not for profit" organization. It is subject to all of the same filings that other nonprofit organizations are subject to including annual reports, tax returns and business classification. Many residents are unaware of the requirements of time and governance when they volunteer to serve their association, which may include notifying a neighbor that their dues check bounced.

Wichita Homeowner Association Map - All Districts

Blueridge Condo | Bridgeport | Bridgepointe II Park | Grant Telegraph Centre | Harbor Isle (sub-div 1) | Harbor Isle (sub-div 2) | Harbor Isle South | Harbor Isle Third | Labor Temple | Moorings 1st & 2nd Addition | Moorings 3rd Addition | Moorings 4th Addition | Moorings 5th Addition | Moorings 7th Addition | Moorings North | Moorings, (The) Townhomes | Riverside Oaks | Riverview Condo | Riveria Apartment | South Harbor | The Rumley Lofts | Twin Oaks Condo | Vineyards | West Elms | Westlynn | Westwood Village Townhomes

Contact Person
Community Police Officer
Meeting Information
Amelia Earhart

Daniel V Keane
312 W Long Lane Rd 67204​

​Kasey Weidner Beat #49


2nd Tuesday of summer months or as needed
Amelia Earhart School or a neigborhood home to be announced

​45th St North to K96 bypass,
Fairview to Arkansas

Benjamin Hills Pleasant Valley

Lea McCloud
2708 W Benjamin 67204

​Mike Johnson Beat #11

​3rd Tuesdays
St Andrews Lutheran Church
25th & Hyacinth

​I-235 to Amidon,
33rd St to 29th St,
I-235 to Little Arkansas River,
29th to 21st St,
Big Arkansas River North to 21st St west of Amidon

Bridgeport Area Business Association

Rick Lowe
P.O. Box 3436 67201

​Kasey Weidner Beat #49

​Meet as needed
Groendyke Transport
3350 N Ohio St

​29th St South to Broadway West,
I-235 North to I-135 East


Christopher Parisho
311 S. Exposition 67213

​Juan Atondo

​3rd Tuesdays
West Douglas Church of Christ
1924 W Douglas

​Arkansas River to Kellogg,
Meridian to Arkansas River


Jeff Boone
201 N Water St #808

​Anthony Villegas Beat #22



​Kellogg to Central,
Washington to Arkansas

El Pueblo

Point of contact: Sharon Stauth​

​Kasey Weidner Beat #49


​17th to 37th,
Broadway to Amidon

Historic Midtown Citizens Association Board Meetings

Jason Karber
PO Box 3243 67201

​Brent Johnson Beat #41

​Bi-monthly (Mar-May-July-Sept-Nov)
St. Paul Lutheran Church

​Central to 21st St N,
Santa Fe to Little Arkansas River

Indian Hills/Riverbend

Denise O'Leary-Siemer
2211 W Bella Vista 67203​

​Mike Johnson Beat #11


concerns discussed on NextDoor

​Arkansas River to 13th St,
Sheridan to Arkansas River

La Placita Park (not active as of 4/1/19)

Greg Boyajian
3325 W 9th St 67203

​Juan Atondo Beat #12


​Central to 13th St N,
Sheridan to West St

North End Riverview

Geri Watts
5241 N Charles 67204

​Kasey Weidner Beat #49

​3rd Thursdays (no meeting May-June-July)
Rivierview Baptist Church
844 West 53rd St N

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