The KDOT and WAMPO have announced that they will be accepting applications for a combined total
of approximately $15.6 million of federal Transportation Enhancement (TE) funding.
City of Wichita officials have reviewed the City Council district boundaries, as required every 10 years
under Charter Ordinance 173. Click to view the updated boundaries map.
In an era of fiscal constraint, economic uncertainty and diminishing fiscal resources, a new comprehensive plan is needed for Wichita-Sedgwick County
to provide a policy framework that will guide future public investments.
The Wichita Bicycle Master Plan will be a guide for the City of Wichita, identifying the
community needs, vision, and future goals related to bicycling in the City.
A listing of various Planning cases and their scheduled hearing dates.
The cities of Derby, Haysville, Mulvane and Wichita agreed to work in partnership with Sedgwick County to develop a
joint area plan to address certain land use planning issues of mutual interest and concern.
On October 13, 2009, the City Council approved a contract with Goody Clancy to develop a downtown master plan.
The plan took approximately 12 months to complete. The end result is Project Downtown-The Master Plan for Wichita that
was adopted as an element of the Wichita-Sedgwick County Comprehensive Plan.
This plan for Douglas Avenue provides a "roadmap" for the City and private and public sector partners to use to
complete transportation and streetscape improvements along this very important City of Wichita corridor.