Wichita Flag License Plates!
If you've ever wanted a Wichita flag license plate for your car, truck or motorcycle, Plates for Parks is for you. The annual royalty fee of each license plate sold will go towards improving the City’s park system through the Wichita Parks Foundation. To make this program happen, The City must demonstrate to the Kansas Legislature demand for the plates by collecting 500 commitments to purchase.
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2017 Century II Study Released
City Council members held a workshop on September 13 regarding the future of the Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center.
View the study and related materials
Well, say goodbye to rough roads...and hello to better streets!
Learn more about the Hyatt Funded Neighborhood Streets Project.
Check which streets are slated for repair
Citizen Access Card
Not an City employee? Do you attend meetings or conduct official business on a re-occurring basis at City Hall?
You may apply to receive a Citizen Access Card (CAC) which will allow you to bypass security measures and security screening during public access hours.
Apply for a Citizen Access Card
Community Services Booklet
The booklet is designed to provide you with important tips and information on a variety of community issues.
By working together, we can help prevent and solve crimes, improve and make neighborhoods safer, resolve conflicts and enhance our quality of life.
Download the Community Services Booklet
2016 Wichita Police Department Annual Report
The Wichita Police Department can mark the year 2016 as a success. There were many highlights and advances which continued enhancing public safety services.
Download the Annual Report
New Q-Line Service
Wichita Transit is launching an improved Q-Line service providing more routes, operating more hours and running more frequently in downtown and surrounding areas of the city.
Read the press releaseRide the Q!
Garage Sales Online
Welcome to the City of Wichita's online garage sales site! This site will help you purchase a permit online for your next garage sale or plan your next garage sale shopping spree!
2016 Year in Review
This report highlights the City of Wichita's 2016 accomplishments and provides a look ahead at the City's 2017 goals.
Read the report
The City Council has approved the 2017 Outsourced Pavement Preservation Program (OP3). The program includes street maintenance investments totaling $8 million. See a map of targeted locations.
Targeted locations map
What Works City
Wichita has been selected as 1 of 12 new cities to participate in Bloomberg Philanthropies' What Works Cities initiative - one of the largest ever philanthropic efforts to enhance the use of data and evidence in the public sector.
Read the press release
Driving With Bicycle Lanes
Do you have questions about driving on streets with bicycle lanes?
Check out the City brochure and video with information about green paint and right turns.
Learn the bicycling laws
Nearly 600 public housing units will be rehabilitated or rebuilt starting as soon as next summer, thanks to a federally-funded pilot program. The City o...
City of Wichita and area officials are participating this week in a regional conference that will promote efforts to re-establish passenger-rail service...
In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between residents escaping or dying. That's why the 2017 Fire Prevention Week theme is "E...
The City of Wichita Park & Recreation department is hosting the upcoming North American Open Masters Tree Climbing Championship. The competition - f...
Improvements to 143rd Street East, between Kellogg and Central, will begin on Monday, Oct. 2, a project that will widen the street to a five-lane ...
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As an exceptionally well-run city, we will keep Wichita safe, grow our economy, build dependable infrastructure and provide conditions for living well.
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