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​District 4 Advisory Board Meeting (DAB 4)

The District 4 Advisory Board meets on the 1st Monday of the month (except for holidays) at the Alford Branch Library, 3447 S. Meridian. Meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. Residents also have the option to participate in DAB meetings virtually via the Zoom platform or to watch them live on the District 4 Facebook page.

The DAB receives staff reports from the Wichita Police Department, Wichita Fire Department, and the Wichita Public Library; hears presentations from City staff and community partners; 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 and staff reports, and it is posted (below) the Friday prior to the meeting.

District Advisory Board Member Roster: Need to contact a board member? Are you interested in joining our board?

Upcoming Events

  • February 6 District 4 Advisory Board meeting

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Agendas, Minutes, Presentations & Documents

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455 N. Main, 1st Floor
Wichita, KS 67202
P: (316) 268-4331
F: (316) 858-7738
Email Jeff Blubaugh

If you would like to have Jeff Blubaugh appear at your function, please fill out the Request an Appearance online form.

A scheduling assistant will contact you to follow up with your request. Please request appearances a minimum of two weeks prior to your event.

Meet Jeff Blubaugh, District 4 Council Member

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Meet Rebecca Fields, Community Services Representative


455 N. Main, 1st Floor
Wichita, KS 67202
P: (316) 268-4197
F: (316) 858-7712

The Community Service Representative is available to respond to neighborhood concerns and help with problem solving. Also serves as a liaison to the District 4 City Council representative.

Upcoming Events

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​What's Happening in District 4?

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Other Documents

2022 District 4 Meeting Calendar
2022 Neighborhood Cleanup Packet
2022-2023 Funding for CDBG-HOME-ESG
Community Services Booklet
DAB 4 ROSTER - October 2021 - Public Information
DAB Administrative Policies and Bylaws
Delano_CT_PS Path Schedule and Map Jan 31 2022
Homeowner and Neighborhood Contact Update Form
NA-HOA Contact Update Form Rev 0521
Neighborhood Meetings District 4
Protect Your Property From Roosting Egrets amp Herons
ZON2022-00066 Staff Report

Neighborhood & Homeowner Associations

If you are a newly elected officer or contact person for your Homeowner Association, please take a moment to make sure your contact information is up to date. You may update your ​contact information online​ or download the NA/HOA Contact Update Form to print out and submit your information via mail​. Thank you!​​​

What is a Neighborhood Association?

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.

Calfskin Creek
Orchard Breeze
Southwest Village

What is a Homeowner 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.

Angel Fire
Flat Creek
Gold Coast Town Homes
Green Oaks (Condos)
Harvest Ridge
James Place
Maple Hills
The Park
Park Chateau
Prairie Woods/Prairie Woods 2nd Addition
Southern Ridge
Turkey Creek
Village Townhouses

Contact Person
Community Police Officer
Meeting Information
Calfskin Group

President: Jerry Unruh

​1st Monday of each quarter
Please call for meeting time and location

Orchard Breeze

President: Loretta Buckner
Vice President: Shirley Richardson

1st Thursday of the month
Kiwanis Park
5021 W. 2nd Street


President: Jo​shua Blick

​4th Tuesday of the month
Bethany Lutheran Church
1000 W 26th St South
No November & December meeting

Southwest Village

President: Dick Kovich

​2nd Tuesday of the month in Jan, April, July & Oct
SW Community Church
3214 S. Edwards

Sunflower Neighborhood and Business Association

President: Ray Hall

​1st Thursday of the month
Independent Living Resource Center
3033 W. 2nd Street
No July Meeting