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  1. ballot_box

    Ballot Box Installed at the Bonner Springs Library

    The Wyandotte County Election Commission installed an official Ballot Box at the front entrance of the Bonner Springs Library. Read on...
  2. New Look Utility Bill

    Your Utility Bill has a New Look!

    Watch your mail for a new look to your City Utility Bill! Beginning October 20, residents will notice a change to their utility bill. Postcards will no longer be sent out. Instead you will receive an envelope with a bill designed for easier reading. Read on...
  3. Need You Planning Commission

    Planning Commission Vacancy

    The City of Bonner Springs is seeking applicants to fill an unexpired term on the Planning Commission ending August 2021. Read on...
  4. Vote 2020

    Vote 2020

    Did you know information about voting in Bonner Springs is just a click away? Read on...
  5. Bonner Springs KS Mini Flier

    The Bonner Springs Military Tribute Banner Program is Now Accepting Sponsors

    The City of Bonner Springs is now accepting sponsors for the Military Tribute Banner Program. The purpose of the program is to recognize those currently serving or who have served in the military to pay tribute to our veterans and active duty military. Read on...
  6. GSC Sign rect

    Learn More About the Government Services Center Project

    The Government Services Center is an investment the City is making downtown to improve our facilities and the efficiency of our services to you. Read on...
  7. Text to Join Newsletter Signup

    Join our E-News Mailing List

    The City is making every possible effort to communicate with our citizens using various means. Join our mailing list to have news and events delivered straight to your inbox. Read on...
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  1. Sunflower

    Welcome to Bonner Springs!

    Our "playground of attractions" is often surprising to the thousands of visitors who travel to this 
    small suburban city nestled among the rolling hills and trees along the Kansas River.