New Payment Portal Available for Utility Customers

Kara Banks City News

*Update 2/1/23 at 1:00 p.m.: If you logged in quickly on February 1 to pay your bill online, you may have been incorrectly charged a $1.50 municipal service fee. This fee will be credited back to your account. We apologize for the inconvenience. The City has typically absorbed this fee for our customers who want to pay online. The City …

New Payment Portal Launches Early February

Kara Banks City News

The City’s new online bill payment provider launches in early February. All utility customers will receive a new account number with their February bills, which will be mailed to every resident. Customers who normally receive an electronic bill will also receive one emailed to the email address we have on file. IMPORTANT: For customers who use auto-pay, your February bill …

Snow Event Declared in Edgerton

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Edgerton Public Works declared a snow event on Jan. 25 at 8:30 a.m. after more than 2 inches of snow fell overnight. This means that all vehicles must be removed from city streets within 2 hours, under City Code. If your vehicle is not removed, the Sheriff’s Office may be called and vehicles may be towed at the owner’s expense. The …

Streetlight Study and Inventory Project Underway

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The City of Edgerton is conducting a streetlight inventory.  The 2022 Citizen Survey revealed adequate street lighting to be the top priority for City maintenance services.  The project consists of reviewing the City’s current streetlights, recommendations for street lighting standards and design, and an analysis of a potential buy-out of Evergy owned lighting equipment. The City hired Olsson, Inc. to …

Full Intersection Closure Coming Jan. 9

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The intersection widening project at 8th and Braun streets is continuing. The next phase of this project requires a full closure of the intersection beginning Monday, January 9. The closure is expected to last about three weeks, weather-dependent. Work will occur Monday-Friday during daylight hours. The City of Edgerton urges all motorists to be alert and obey the warning signs …

Christmas Tree Recycling

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Natural Christmas trees can be recycled at Big Bull Creek Park in Edgerton. Johnson County Parks and Recreation offers this service to everyone, regardless of residency. Trees will be collected until January 31 during regular winter park hours, which are 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. No yard waste will be accepted – only natural Christmas trees. Wrappers should be removed …

Intersection Closure Planned for 12/29

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Work is continuing at the intersection of 8th and Braun (Edgerton Rd and 207th).  With a patch of warmer weather coming later this week, stormwater crossing pipes are scheduled to be installed on Thursday, December 29.  This work is anticipated to last one day and requires a full intersection closure.  Once complete, the west, south and east legs will reopen …

Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund delivers holiday spirit to local families

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Volunteers packed boxes of food with turkey and side dishes and then delivered them to families in need at Edgerton City Hall in the frigid days before Christmas. The subzero temps did not deter the holiday spirit in the final push of the annual Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund drive, which makes sure that Edgerton families in need have gifts and …

Holiday closures and schedule

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Edgerton City offices will be closed on Friday, December 23 and Monday, December 26 in observance of the Christmas holiday. City offices will also be closed on Monday, January 2 in observance of New Years Day. If you need to reach an on-call staff member for a road, water or sewer emergency, please call 📞 913.893.6231. If you have any …

Edgerton Swears in New City Council Member

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Mayor Roberts has appointed a new member to the Edgerton City Council. Bill Malloy was sworn in during a special meeting on December 1. City Council Members unanimously approved the appointment. He replaces Council Member Josie Stambaugh who resigned from her seat in September. Council Member Malloy has lived and worked in Edgerton for three years. “I wanted to get …