Public Hearing Scheduled for Rezoning

Kara Banks City News

The owners of properties in the vicinity of Gardner Road, between 199th and 215th Street, in the City of Edgerton have petitioned to rezone the land from Johnson County RUR to Edgerton L-P Logistics Park for the purpose of constructing and operating a light manufacturing or distribution center. A public hearing will be held during the Planning Commission meeting on …

Edgerton Mayor Delivers 2021 State of the City

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Mayor Donald Roberts presents the 2021 State of the City Speech. You can also read about all of the City of Edgerton’s accomplishments from the past year and plans for the coming year below.

What To Do If Your Pipes Freeze

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As our region experiences record low temperatures, water pipes may freeze.  When the water expands it can burst the pipe and cause flooding.  To keep your pipes from freezing, keep the temperature in your home above 55 degrees, open cabinet doors, and open taps to allow a small trickle of water to flow. You can see more tips here. If …

Prevent Frozen Pipes During Frigid Weather

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With temperatures expected to remain well below freezing for the next week, homeowners may want to take a few precautions to keep their pipes from freezing. Certain areas of your home may be more prone to freezing, including crawl spaces, unheated rooms, basements, garages and exterior walls. If you have water pipes in these cold spaces, you should consider adding …

Planning Commission Continues Vote on Rezoning Application to February

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After closing the public hearing held on January 12th on applications to rezone seven parcels of land, the Edgerton Planning Commission continued the matters to their February meeting.  Commissioners requested more information from staff regarding the economic impact of such zoning on similar parcels and their neighboring properties after listening to testimony from nearby property owners and the developer.     The …

Snow Event Ends in Edgerton

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Saturday, January 2 at 8 a.m. UPDATE: The snow is over and crews are continuing to clean up our roads. The snow event declaration has ended. Thank you to everyone who helped our crews by moving your vehicles off the streets. As a reminder, sidewalks must be cleared within 48 hours of the snow event ending. ORIGINAL POST: On January …

Holiday Schedule for City Offices

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Edgerton City Hall will be closed on Thursday, December 24 and Friday, December 25 for Christmas. We will reopen for normal business hours on Monday, December 28. City Hall will also be closed on Friday, January 1 for New Year’s Day. We will reopen on Monday, January 4 at 8 a.m. Happy Holidays from your City of Edgerton staff!

Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony To Be Held Virtually In 2020

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As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise across Johnson County, the City of Edgerton plans to transition the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony to a virtual event. Please join us on Facebook on December 4th for a virtual tree lighting. The video will also be posted here on edgertonks.org/holidays. Families are invited to share a holiday greeting video …

Eviction Prevention Program Available Now

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The State of Kansas launched the Eviction Prevention Program to help renters who may have fallen behind on rent payments during the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible tenants can apply for up to $5,000 in aid to help cover the cost of rent. Funds are limited. See this link for details and to apply.

Edgerton Names New City Clerk

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During the October 8 City Council meeting, Alexandria Clower was named the new City Clerk for Edgerton.  She replaces Chris Clinton, who had been serving as interim City Clerk since February.  Clower has served the City of Edgerton as the Customer Service Representative and Municipal Court Clerk for the last two years.  Prior to her work in local government, Clower …