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Becky Tuttle, District II


P: (316) 268-4331
F: (316) 858-7743
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F: (316) 858-7712
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Becky Tuttle was elected as the council member to District 2 in 2019.  Tuttle has over twenty years of professional experience engaging community partners through grassroots local coalition efforts focusing on tobacco, physical activity, healthy eating, oral health, fetal infant mortality and worksite wellness.  The majority of the experience has focused on policy and environmental changes to improve the health of the community.

Tuttle is a solution-focused executive with a comprehensive background in membership development, program management, fiscal accountability and partnership maintenance within the community, public health and clinical care. Tuttle served on City of Wichita District II Advisory Board since 2016 and was Chairperson in 2018.  In addition, Tuttle served on the City of Wichita Park Foundation Board, City of Wichita Sister City Board, Open Streets ICT Executive Committee and 2019 American League of Cities All-American City Award Planning Committee. Tuttle also secured funding to implement Bike Share ICT, a 200 bicycle fleet system that serves way to attract and retain young talent to the community.

Tuttle has a Master of Arts from Appalachian State University in Student Development Administration and a Bachelor of Science from the University of South Dakota in Psychology and Alcohol and Drug Abuse Studies.

In addition, Tuttle is a Kansas Public Health Leadership Institute Scholar, Advance Kansas graduate, Dental Champion, Kansas Leadership Center Champion, Leadership Wichita participant, and Leadership Kansas nominee.  Tuttle has led a grassroots initiative to educate the community on the importance role that health and public health plays in the community's vitality, including the development and implementation of a Public Health Sister City Site Visit.  Ms. Tuttle is also intricately involved in promoting civic engagement and implemented a "Vote Like a Mother" campaign in the fall of 2016 to encourage young mothers to vote in the upcoming elections.

Tuttle has been a Wichita resident for 17 years and is married to Patrick Tuttle.  They enjoy traveling, walking, reading, going to movies and exploring Wichita's many amenities.

​​​​​District 2 Advisory Board​​​

Please note: The August District 2 Advisory Board meeting (8/9) will take place in-person with the option to join virtually. The link to join the meeting virtually is provided in the Meeting Agenda.

To join Zoom meeting on a computer, tablet, or smartphone:

The District II Advisory Board meets the second Monday of the month at Rockwell Branch Library, 5939 E. 9th St. N., Wichita, KS 67208. Meetings begin at 6:30 p.m.  

District 2 Advisory Board Meeting

Board Member Roster

Tracee Adams
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John Baker
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Chris Broadrick
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​Bruce Gass
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Tim Johnson
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Sam Lindeman
Email Sam Lindeman
​​Nancy Loosle
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Faith Martin
Email Faith Martin
Roman Rodriguez
Email Roman Rodriguez
Alicia Sanchez
Email Alicia Sanchez
Tyler York
Email Tyler York

​Agendas & Minutes

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​Other Documents

2019 DAB Calendar District II.pdf2019 DAB Calendar District II7/15/2019 5:43 PM
2019 District II Neighborhood Meetings.pdf2019 District II Neighborhood Meetings6/18/2019 11:15 AM
2019 Fireworks Summary.pdf2019 Fireworks Summary1/8/2020 9:51 AM
2020 DAB Calendar District II.pdf2020 DAB Calendar District II2/21/2020 7:02 PM
2020 DAB Calendar ONLY District II.pdf2020 DAB Calendar ONLY District II1/3/2020 2:22 PM
2021 District 2 DAB Calendar NO BREAKFAST.pdf2021 District 2 DAB Calendar NO BREAKFAST7/27/2021 4:26 PM
2021 District 2 DAB Calendar.pdf2021 District 2 DAB Calendar2/11/2021 3:30 PM
Community Services Booklet.pdfCommunity Services Booklet8/2/2017 3:31 PM
Council District II Map - 11x17.pdfCouncil District II Map - 11x177/20/2017 8:48 AM
DAB Administrative Policies and Bylaws.pdfDAB Administrative Policies and Bylaws9/13/2013 2:12 PM
Fire Station 20 Aerial.pdfFire Station 20 Aerial9/13/2013 2:14 PM
Homeowner and Neighborhood Contact Update Form.pdfHomeowner and Neighborhood Contact Update Form9/11/2013 1:50 PM
PP-7022014.pdfPP-702201411/15/2018 2:49 PM

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

Bridgewood Brookhollow Crown Heights NorthEastridge Forest HillsPark MeadowsRockhurst The VillageWhitetail

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.

Abbey | Applewood Garden Homes | Autumn Chase | Belmont | Belmont Place | Bent Tree | Bluestem Village & Patio Homes | Bonnie Brae | Bradford Place | Bridgefield Place | Brookhaven Estates 2nd Addition | Cambria Cedar Bridge | Cedar Lakes Village (Condos) | Cedar Lakes Village (Homes) | Cedar View Second | Chaumont | Chelsea Square 2nd Addition | Chestnut Towne Homes | Clifton Place (The 200) Condos | Cloister | Cobblestone | Colonial Oaks | Comotara Industrial Park | Corporate Lakes | Country Club Court | Country Hollow | Country Place Estates | Country Place Greens | Coventry Condos | Dublin Court | Edgewood | Ellson Court | Equestrian Estates | Fairfield Estates (Polo Club) | ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Fairfield PlaceFairmount Fawn GroveFoliage Fountains Fox PointeFox Pointe 2ndGreenleaf Harrison Park 2nd AdditionHartmoor Heritage Hunters PointeKrug North 2ndLakecrestLakepoint Legacy Park MasterNorth BrookOxford Park EastPark Meadows EstatesPatio HomesPebblebrook Penstemon Penstemon 4th AdditionPeppertree Pepperwood PatioPepperwood VillagePlumthicket Polo ClubPreston TrailsRaintree VillageRegency LakesRemington PlaceRockwood Rocky CreekRocky Creek MasterSavanna EastSavanna WestSaw Mill Creek​​​​Scottsdale Shadybrook Shadybrook MeadowShannon WoodsSheffield Sheffield Place, Inc.Sierra HillsSpring HollowSpringdale LakesSpringdale Lakes (West)Stonegate IISummerfield Sun AirSycamore VillageTallgrass Tallgrass East & 5th Addition​Tara FallsTeal CoveTimber LakesTurtle RunVickridge Vintage at BellagioWaterford PlaceWhispering LakesWilderness Willowbend Willowbend 2nd AdditionWillowbend HeightsWillowbend NorthWilson EstatesWilson Estates Med. Pk MasterWilson Farms Res. MastersWindsor Lake EstatesWindsor ParkWoodland Lakes EstatesWoodland Place

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Community Police Officer
Meeting Information

Amy Simpson
12610 N Tallowood

Railroad to 4 mile creek,
127th to 4 mile creek​


Monte Shaw
8310 E Stoneridge Ln

​Meet 3-4 times a year

Douglas to Central,
Tara to Longford​


Paul Bradley
1120 Briarcliff Court

​3rd Monday
Boston Recreation Center
6655 E Zimmerly

Harry to Kellogg,
Woodlawn to Rock​

Forest Hills

Phil Murray
9 Laurel Drive

​4th Monday of odd months
Winter #10 Sequoia
Summer Sequoia Park

Central to Douglas,
West Parkway to Webb​


Rock to Woodlawn
S of 29th N.​

Park Meadows
Sunnybrook One

​2nd Tuesday of each month
Korean Presbyterian Church
8035 E Gilbert

​Orme (S) to Dresden Ln,
Rock Road (E) to Gypsum Creek