Response to the Community
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 is taking proactive steps to ensure the safety of those who visit and work in City facilities and is committed to doing its part to limit the potential impact of the Coronavirus.
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City of Wichita Fireworks Ordinance
Be safe. Be legal. Shoot fireworks where you buy them.
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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.
Construction on East Kellogg will shut down Zelta beginning Monday, July 6, and continuing for two months, for pavement reconstruction. The roadway is t...
Brooks C&D Landfill, at 4100 N. West St., will be closed both July 3 and July 4 to observe Independence Day. Regular business hours will resume on J...
In observance of
Independence Day, City of Wichita facilities will be closed and/or have special
hours per below:
Do you want your artwork on view at the Wichita Art Museum? WAM invites all artists in the Wichita area to participate in Foot in the Door, an exhibitio...
The Wichita Public Library is a recipient of a grant of $15,000 to host the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read in Wichita. An Arts Endowment...
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