Public Safety and Community Partners

  Public Safety

The City of Edgerton is a partner with several County services including, police, fire and emergency services. For more information about specific services, please contact us or visit our partnering organization’s web sites.

Johnson County Sheriff’s Department

Fire District #1 – Johnson County

Emergency Management

  Parks and Recreation

Edgerton, Kansas - Parks and Recreation GuideParks and Recreation events and activities help ensure the health of families and youth, while contributing to the economic and environmental well-being of the community.

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      Click here for information on Parks and Facilities
    Click here for all Parks and Recreation Activities and to register


As a recognized leader in the state of Kansas, the Gardner Edgerton School District (USD231) has established goals and implements programs and policies that reach far beyond merely meeting expectations.

Edgerton is home to Edgerton Elementary School that serves students Kindergarten through fourth grade. This award winning elementary school boasts the “Challenge Award,” “Standard of Excellence Award,” and recently the “Governor’s Achievement Award.” Please visit the school district’s web site

The Learning & Career Center (LCC)

With a staffing specialist onsite three days per week, the LCC provides employer and job seeker services — at no cost. Services include free online job postings, job seeker screening, recruiting and events (informational sessions and job fairs), assessments, work-based learning, labor market information, salary comparison analysis and job description development. To learn more about the LCC, visit

Gardner Edgerton Chamber of Commerce

The Gardner Edgerton Chamber of Commerce is a private, membership-driven organization comprised of businesses large and small, civic organizations, units of government, and individuals. Its mission is to provide leadership that builds strong, successful businesses and facilitates a vibrant local economy. Learn more:

Historical Society

The Community Museum is located directly east of City Hall. Free admittance, but donations gladly accepted. Those interested in donating, loaning items or in volunteering at the museum should call Charlie Troutner at (913) 893-6270.

Johnson County, Kansas

Johnson County serves a diverse and expanding population through five agencies and 34 county departments. More than 3,800 public servants are dedicated to helping Johnson County remain a safe, vibrant community. Visit,