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P: (316) 268-4331
F: (316) 858-7738

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Colvin Neighborhood Resource Center

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Maddy Campbell, Community Services Representative

P: (316) 303-8030
F: (316) 858-7738
Email Maddy Campbell

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A scheduling assistant will contact you to follow up with your request.

Please request appearances a minimum of two weeks prior to your event.

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The District 3 City Council seat is currently vacant, effective December 31, 2020. The City is in the process of filing the vacancy for the unexpired term. Listed below are the steps to this process and links to the petition form, District 3 map, and an FAQ document.

Step 1:

  • At the first regular Council meeting following a resignation, the Mayor will announce the vacancy.
  • The Mayor will announce that petitions by the prospective candidates must be filed with the City Clerk within three weeks from his announcement, providing the exact date and time.
  • Copies of the petition form may be picked up at the City information desk, the Election Office, or accessed from or Petitions must have a minimum of 100 valid signatures of qualified electors who reside in Council District 3.

Step 2:

  • Petitions to fill the seat must be turned in to the City Clerk via the first floor Information Desk at City Hall or emailed to or by the deadline.
  • The City Clerk will deliver the petitions to the Sedgwick County Election Office where they undergo validation.
  • Once the petitions are validated, the date for a special meeting of the District Advisory Board (DAB) will be set and the Community Services Representative (CSR) for the district will reach out to each candidate to confirm their candidacy and communicate the process. The CSR will then communicate the process to the DAB.

Step 3:

  • At the special meeting of the DAB, members will be presented with instructions, a list of questions for the candidates and a standardized scoring sheet.
  • Following interviews and scoring, the City Clerk's office will tally the scoring sheet from the DAB meeting participants.
  • If only four or fewer candidates have valid petitions, all of them move on in the process. If there are more than four, no fewer than four and no more than five candidates with the highest scores from the DAB scoring sheet will proceed in the process.

Step 4:

  • Individual meetings with each candidate will be scheduled with each of the Council Members prior to the next regular meeting.
  • At the next regular City Council meeting following the interview process, the Council votes by written ballot to appoint a new member to fill the vacancy until the end of the term (January 10, 2022). Each written ballot will be read aloud by the City Clerk. The chosen nominee will be sworn in at the next City Council meeting.

District 3 City Council Vacancy Petition

District 3 City Council Vacancy Q&A

District 3 Map

District 3 Advisory Board (DAB)

The District 3 Advisory Board meets at 6:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month (except holidays) at the WATER Center, 101 E. Pawnee, Wichita, KS 67211. The DAB hears presentations from City staff and community partners, receives staff reports from the Wichita Police and Fire Departments, and votes on zoning cases. Meetings are open to the public, and resident feedback and questions are encouraged. The meeting agenda includes links to upcoming presentations, staff reports, and supporting documentation and is posted below the Friday prior to the meeting. Each DAB meeting is live-streamed on the District 3 Facebook page.


DAB meetings are currently being held virtually until further notice. The public can join the meetings via the Zoom platform or watch the meetings live on the District 3 Facebook page. Residents also have the option to provide written comments related to any agenda item to be entered into record by emailing them to by 5 p.m. on the day of the DAB meeting. Zoom meeting details are listed below. 

2021 DAB Calendar

District 3 Advisory Board Member Roster

​Catherine Johnson
Email Catherine Johnson
​Cindy Miles
Email Cindy Miles
Daisy Olivar
Email Daisy Olivar
​Gerald Henry
Email Gerald Henry 
​Jared Cerullo
Email Jared Cerullo
​Michael Loop
​Email Michael Loop
​Richard Ruth
Email Richard Ruth
​Ron Tracy
Email Ron Tracy
​David Kapaun
Email David Kapaun


​DAB Agendas, Minutes, Presentations, & Documents

expand Year : 2021 ‎(3)
expand Year : 2020 ‎(55)
expand Year : 2019 ‎(50)
expand Year : 2018 ‎(25)
expand Year : 2017 ‎(23)
expand Year : 2016 ‎(23)
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expand Year : 2014 ‎(22)
expand Year : 2013 ‎(22)
expand Year : 2012 ‎(24)
expand Year : 2021 ‎(1)
expand Year : 2020 ‎(25)
expand Year : 2019 ‎(28)
expand Year : 2018 ‎(25)
expand Year : 2017 ‎(22)

​Other Documents

Community Services Booklet.pdfCommunity Services Booklet8/2/2017 3:31 PM
Council District III Map - 11x17.pdfCouncil District III Map - 11x177/20/2017 8:48 AM
DAB Administrative Policies and Bylaws.pdfDAB Administrative Policies and Bylaws9/13/2013 2:12 PM
District 3 2021 Meeting Calendar.pdfDistrict 3 2021 Meeting Calendar12/17/2020 10:54 PM
District 3 Petition.pdfDistrict 3 Petition1/7/2021 11:15 AM
District 3 Vacancy QA.pdfDistrict 3 Vacancy QA1/7/2021 11:15 AM
Homeowner and Neighborhood Contact Update Form.pdfHomeowner and Neighborhood Contact Update Form9/11/2013 1:50 PM
Hyatt proceeds council district grant policy.pdfHyatt proceeds council district grant policy12/31/2020 9:51 AM
Median Income Map.pdfMedian Income Map7/20/2017 9:21 AM
Public Hot Spot Instructions and Policy.pdfPublic Hot Spot Instructions and Policy10/18/2019 11:28 AM
WATER Center Aerial.pdfWATER Center Aerial6/17/2019 3:51 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.

Dry Creek | East Mt. Vernon | Fabrique | Fairfax | Grandview Heights | Hilltop Association of Neighborhood Development (HAND) | K-15 Organization | Longview | Mead | Meadowlark Association of Neighbors | Planeview | Schweiter East | South Area | South Central Neighborhood Association | South City | South Wichita Business Association

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

Orchard Park Lake Estates | Pine Bay Estates | Pinewood Estates

Contact Person
Community Police Officer
Meeting Information
Dry Creek

Brian Schmidt

(316) 687-3637​

Alli Larison, Beat 32

Currently not meeting​

​Kellogg to Lincoln, South Bluff to Oliver

East Mt. Vernon

Acting President: Sharon Bacon

(316) 684-2818

​Nathan Peterson (Beat 33), Walter Bautista (Beat 34), Blake McElwain (Beat 35)

2nd Thursday of odd months
Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church
5701 E. Mt. Vernon​
6:30 p.m.

​Harry to Pawnee, Oliver to Woodlawn/I-35


President: Andy Leitzel

(316) 208-5995

Blake McElwain, Beat 35

4th Tuesday of the month (does not meet November-February)
Wichita Bible Church
633 S. Woodlawn
7 p.m.

​Kellogg to Harry, Edgemoor to Woodlawn


Alli Larison, Beat 32

Currently not meeting​

​Kellogg to Lincoln, South Bluff to Oliver

Grandview Heights/Meadowlark

President: George Theoharis

(316) 681-0184​

Nathan Peterson, Beat 33

3rd Tuesday of the month (does not meet in December)
Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church Activity Center
3700 E. Mt. Vernon​
7 p.m.

​Harry to East Mount Vernon, Hillside to Oliver

Hilltop Association for Neighborhood Development (H.A.N.D.)

President: Gerald Henry​

(316) 518-4845

Alli Larison, Beat 32

4th Tuesday of the month (does not meet in December)
Hilltop Community Center
1329 S. Terrace
​6 p.m.

​Lincoln to Harry, South Bluffview to South Terrace


President: Terri Howard

(316) 681-2645​

Walter Bautista, Beat 34

4th Monday of the month (March-October)
Pawnee Avenue Church of God
2611 E. Pawnee​
7 p.m.

​Pawnee to I-35, Southeast Boulevard to Hillside


President: Brian Shirley

(316) 290-9461​

Alli Larison, Beat 32

2nd Monday of odd months
Hilltop Community Center
1329 S. Terrace​
7 p.m.

​Kellogg to Lincoln/Morris, Hillside to South Bluff


Acting President: George Theoharis

(316) 681-0184

Nathan Peterson, Beat 33

3rd Monday of the month (does not meet in December)
Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church Activity Center
3700 E. Mt. Vernon​
6:30 p.m.

​Harry to Pawnee, I-135 to Hillside


President: Chauncey Kemp​

(316) 925-1329

Walter Bautista, Beat 34

4th Monday of the month (does not meet in December)
Jardine Middle School
3550 E. Ross Parkway​
6:30 p.m.

​Pawnee to 31st Street, Hillside to George Washington Boulevard/I-35

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