Know the rules for fireworks in Edgerton

Kara Banks City News

The Fourth of July is just around the corner. The City of Edgerton wants residents to remain safe and follow the rules and regulations for setting off fireworks. Fireworks are allowed to be set off on July 3 between 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. and on July 4 from 10:00 a.m. until midnight. Under municipal code, fireworks are not allowed …

Annual Pet Vaccination Clinic Rescheduled for June 27

Kara Banks City News

The City of Edgerton is excited to bring back the popular low-cost animal vaccination clinic. This year, the event will be held at the shelter at Martin Creek Park on June 27 from 8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Residents MUST sign up for a 15 minute time slot at petvaccinationclinic.eventbrite.com or by calling City Hall at 913.893.6231. Up to four …

City Hall To Reopen As Stay At Home Orders Lift

Kara Banks City News

On April 30, Governor Kelly unveiled AD ASTRA: A PLAN TO REOPEN KANSAS to begin the phased reopening of our state. On May 11, Edgerton City Hall will reopen to the public following the lift of the Johnson County Stay at Home Order. During Phase I of the Governor’s Plan, individuals are strongly encouraged to wash your hands frequently, continue …

Edgerton Receives 9th Consecutive Clean Opinion Audit

Kara Banks City News

The City of Edgerton has received a clean opinion audit for Fiscal Year 2019 from independent financial firm Varney & Associates, CPAs LLC.  In a letter to the Mayor and City Council, auditors wrote that they found no sensitive accounting estimates, no fraud, no significant difficulties, and no disagreements with management. “The clean audit opinion is due to the work …

Events Canceled for May

Kara Banks City News

The City of Edgerton is canceling all public events through the month of May due to the on-going coronavirus threat, including the Summer Kick-off Block Party scheduled for the end of the month. Parks and Recreation classes and activities will not be rescheduled.  Anyone who has already registered will receive a refund. Please check your email for details. The City …

State Extends Stay Home Order To May 3

Kara Banks City News

On Wednesday, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announced that she would extend the Stay Home Order until midnight on May 3. The peak of the COVID-19 disease is expected to hit in the coming days. Governor Kelly says her administration will use the next few weeks to come up with plans to gradually reopen the economy. The City of Edgerton continues …

Message from Fire Chief Rob Kirk

Kara Banks City News

April 3, 2020 A message from your Fire Chief – As we continue to deal with the Covid-19 virus, I want to pass on a few very important messages. In order to keep your First Responders safe with calls continuing to increase, we cannot afford to have any of our firefighters off work or in quarantine. Please review and be …

Edgerton Temporarily Suspends Utility Shut-offs

Kara Banks City News

UPDATE: Beginning with the utility bills due April 15, the City will not assess the 10% penalty fee for late payments. This is in effect until the State of Emergency issued by Governor Kelly ends or is rescinded. The City of Edgerton is temporarily suspending utility shut-offs. On March 17, 2020, Governor Laura Kelly ordered that all utility providers across …

City Encourages Use of Online Options, Drop box, Phone to Pay Utility Bills

Kara Banks City News

In line with CDC and health experts guidelines, the City of Edgerton is encouraging our utility customers to pay bills online and avoid paying in- person. City staff is implementing community-based interventions, including social distancing. We are encouraging residents to avoid coming into City Hall unless necessary. While City Hall remains open, that may be re-evaluated in the future. The …

City of Edgerton Takes Action to Slow Spread of COVID-19

Kara Banks City News

With the announcement of new COVID-19 cases, the City of Edgerton is monitoring the spread of the virus. We are consulting with Johnson County and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to make decisions to help limit the spread of the disease. To that end, the City of Edgerton is suspending ALL Parks and Recreation events, including all Spring …