Utility bills may be paid at City Hall, by Bank Draft with proper authorization on file at City Hall, at Union State Bank, online at www.AllPaid.com (pay location code a001te), or mailed USPS to PO Box 51.
City of Uniontown ® 206 Sherman Street ~ PO Box 51 ~ Uniontown, KS 66779 ~ Ph: 620-756-4742 ~ Fax: 620-756-4681
City Hall will be closed November 25 and 26, the afternoon of December 16, and all day on December 23, 24, and 31.
Thank you to all who voted on November 2. We appreciate your interest in local government. Larry Jurgensen was re-elected as Mayor, Jess Ervin and Amber Kelly were re-elected as councilmembers.
We have been notified that natural gas prices will be much higher this winter season. Here are some conservation tips to help keep your heating bills down -
Seal it up - check for leaks around windows, doors, and other openings to the outside. Seal these leaks with caulk and keep the warmth in.
Cover it up - cover bare floors with carpet.
Furnace Checkup - have your furnace and heating system inspected annually to check for leaks or other problems.
Insulate - wrap old water heaters with proper insulating jackets. and set the temperature to 120 F or lower. Insulate your plumbing.
Use mother nature - when it's cold outside but also sunny, open blinds/curtains during the day to let the sun help heat your home.
Wash cold - whenever possible, use cold water setting on your washing machine.
Check and replace HVAC filters - new filters usually only cost a few dollars. Dirty filters cost more to use, overwork the equipment, and result in lower indoor air quality. The filters should be replaced regularly.
Reverse your ceiling fans - the fan blades should be spinning in a clockwise direction on a low speed to force the warm air near the ceiling down into the living space.
Control the temperature - set the temperature to 58 F or lower in the winter. A programmable thermostat can make it easy to set back your temperature.
With a population of approximately 272, Uniontown is located in Bourbon County , Kansas along the Marmaton River. Uniontown is home to the Annual Old Settlers Picnic on Labor Day.
*If the building is cleaned and no damages are noted on inspection after use, the $20 deposit will be refunded when the key is returned to the city clerk.
Call 620-756-4742 for reservations.
Website Updated 11/24/2021
Reminder: Utility bills are due on the 10th, if not paid by 4:30 PM on the 25th they will be disconnected.
Utility Hearings are on the last Wednesday of each month, but you must make an appointment to meet with Utility Hearing Officers. If you will be unable to pay your utilities in full by the 25th, please call City Hall to make an appointment with the Utility Hearing Officers.
To report a dog running at large, call City Hall, 620-756-4742 or Animal Control Officer, 620-215-3221. Annual registration period is January 1 through March 31.