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Places for People
The City of Wichita is embarking on a Plan for the 'Established Central Area' of Wichita.
The intention is to encourage population and employment growth, residential and commercial development, and reinvestment in the older, mature neighborhoods of Wichita.
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National Search: Utilities Optimization Senior Program Manager
The City of Wichita Public Works and Utilities is seeking a high-performing leader with excellent project management skills to lead the recently approved Utilities Optimization project.
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Join Barry's Crew
Children 10 and under are invited to join Barry's Crew. This free program travels all over Wichita!
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.
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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!
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
A public information meeting regarding improvements to Naftzger Park is scheduled from 6 - 7 p.m. on Wednesday at Downtown Wichita, 505 E. Douglas Avenu...
Beginning Monday, westbound traffic on Kellogg between Maize Road and 119th Street will be reduced to one lane for temporary pavement work.
The City of Wichita has contracted with Cornejo & Sons for pavement improvements to westbound Kellogg between west 111th and 119th streets and for r...
A new bronze sculpture of temperance leader Carry A. Nation will be unveiled and dedicated 10 a.m. on Saturday outside Eaton Hotel, 525 E. Douglas Avenu...
Brooks Construction and Demolition (C&D) Landfill is closed today due to high winds. The landfill, located at 4100 N. West Street, is scheduled to r...
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The City of Wichita is a leading-edge organization serving a dynamic and inclusive community.
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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