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    Lane Reduction Alert - Westbound K32

    Beginning Monday, July 22, 2019, through Friday, July 26, 2019, one lane of westbound K32 will be closed for manhole repairs. The ramp to merge on and off K-7 will remain open during the project. Read on...
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    Early Start for Trash and Recycling Routes

    Waste Management has issued a notice that all residential routes will have an early start at 6:00 a.m. for the remainder of this month beginning July 17 due to high temperatures in the forecast. Be sure to get all trash and recycling out by 6:00 a.m. Read on...
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    Utility Payment Dropbox Moved

    The dropbox for City Utility Billing payments has moved in front of the Community Center at 200 E. Third Street. Please be sure to use checks or money orders and do not place cash into the dropbox. Read on...
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    Public Works Update - Storm Debris Clean-up

    City Public Works crews are continuing to work hard to restore normal City operations after Tuesday’s storm. For home yard debris, there are several options for residents listed in the article. Read on...
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    City Hall Has Moved

    City Hall offices and Public Meetings have moved to the Community Center at 200 E. Third Street. The former City Hall offices will be closed permanently. City Hall can receive phone calls at 913-422-1020. Read on...
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    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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    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.