City of Uniontown ® 206 Sherman Street ~ PO Box 51 ~ Uniontown, KS 66779 ~ Ph: 620-756-4742 ~ Fax: 620-756-4681
There has been much in the news about the drought and water availability. We have not been notified to implement water restrictions; however, we are asking everyone to conserve on their own. Many are still watering gardens and flowers, washing vehicles, etc. Please try to limit this usage as much as possible.
SEK Multi-County Health Department will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Thursday, September 28, 9:30-10:30AM at the Community Center. For more information call 620-223-4464.
K-State Extension will be hosting Stay Strong, Stay Healthy Strength Training for Older Adults at the Community Center on Mondays and Wednesdays October 2 through November 27 from 10-11AM. Contact Hollie, 620-625-8620 to register.
Street work by Bettis Asphalt is anticipated to begin the week of October 9. They will be milling and resurfacing Washington Street from First Street south to the end; Sherman Street from Second Street south to Union Street; Seventh Street from Washington Street east to first speed bump, then south on Sherman to first driveway on west; and Third Street from Sherman Street to Clay Street.
This is an election year for local government entities. There will be three council positions and four school board positions on the ballot in November. If you missed filing and are interested in serving your community, you can still run as a write-in candidate. Get out there and let your friends and neighbors know! USD 235 will also have two bond proposals on the ballot. See their website, www.uniontown235.org, for information on the bond proposals.
We are still needing all households to fill out the water line survey to acquire the required information being requested by KDHE and EPA for regulations on lead and copper in water lines. If you haven't returned your survey, please do. We will be sending out another survey next month to those that did not respond. If we still don't get them, we will be going door to door.
Mowing season is moving into leaf raking season. Leaves may be burned in ditches, bagged for trash pickup, or taken to the City's designated burn pile. Please do not bag if you are taking to the burn pile.
You are responsible for your dog at ALL times. If you let your dog out in the morning or evening, you are still responsible for it not leaving your property or control. If you are still in the house, the animal is NOT in your control. Also, please respect your neighbors and pick up after your pet and keep it under your control at ALL times.
What are your thoughts on anything going on in the city? Contact City Hall or your governing body to voice your opinion, or better yet, attend council meetings to let us know what you think. Your thoughts and opinions are important to the governing body.
Clerk Johnson will be retiring in 2024. If you are interested in being a public servant, stop by and inquire as to the duties, rewards, and benefits of being a community advocate!
Website Updated 9/25/2023
City Hall Hours
Monday thru Thursday - 7:30AM-Noon, 1:00PM-5:30PM
Friday - 8:00AM-Noon
Utility payments are due on the 10th of the month. Payments may be made in person, by mail, by bank draft (ask City Clerk how to sign up), at Union State Bank, or online at allpaid.com, pay location code a001te.
If you are unable to pay your utilities by the 25th of the month, you must make an appointment for a utility hearing to keep your utilities from being shut off. Utility Hearings are the last Wednesday of the month.
To report dogs at large, call Animal Control Officer Binford, 620-215-3221, or City Hall, 620-756-4742.
Community Center is available to rent for events. There is a $20 deposit and a $20 rental fee. Contact City Hall to reserve your event.