Open Air ICT
City offers Open Air ICT program to support businesses and protect public health during the pandemic.
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Mark your Calendars! Census Day is April 1, 2020.
Every ten years the federal government surveys the population of the country to ensure fair Congressional representation by determining how many seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives as well as the redistricting of the state legislature, county and city councils, and voting districts.
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Recent events across the country have brought to the forefront the need to rigorously review local police policies and protocols to assure we are providing equitable community public safety and law enforcement for all Wichitans. The Mayor, City Council, and WPD denounce racism in all its forms and seek to emphasize and implement fair, transparent, and unbiased policing that reflects our core principles and values. The downloadable document is a review and response to lists of policy questions received that pertain to WPD policy, procedures, and police operations.
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The City of Wichita Park and Recreation department announced today that it is postponing the youth football program for the fall of 2020, with tentativ...
During the regular August 11 City Council meeting, the City Council voted to extend the ordinance requiring the wearing of masks or other protective fa...
The City of Wichita is now offering a new program, Open Air ICT, to support local businesses and protect public health during the pandemic. The Wichita...
Keycentrix has announced plans to grow its national headquarters in northeast Wichita, adding 16 new jobs to its current employment of 50 – a 32% increa...
The Wichita Public Library and its community partners have chosen to postpone the Big Read program until January and February 2021. The program was ori...
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