City of Uniontown ® 206 Sherman Street ~ PO Box 51 ~ Uniontown, KS 66779 ~ Ph: 620-756-4742 ~ Fax: 620-756-4681
Beginning July 1, we will be able to accept debit/credit cards for payments of utilities, court fines/fees, and miscellaneous fees, licenses and permits. Payments may be made online, by phone, or in person at City Hall. A link on this page is coming soon. Call or stop by City Hall for more information.
INDEPENDENCE DAY BASH, SPONSORED BY UNION STATE BANK, JULY 3, UNIONTOWN CITY PARK, FREE HOT DOG FEED 6PM, DJ, BOUNCE HOUSES, FRIENDS, FAMILY, FUN, FIREWORKS AT DUSK.
OLD SETTLERS PICNIC - SEPTEMBER 1-3 - FOR MORE INFORMATION CHECK OUT THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE, https://www.facebook.com/UniontownOldSettlersPicnic/
We have received complaints of coyotes running in town. We have contacted Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks to find out how to get rid of them. They suggested that they are probably young coyotes and are looking for food. Please do not feed you pets outside and put your garbage in a covered container. If they can’t find food they will go elsewhere.
There has been some inquiry about "pit bull" dogs in town. The City still has an ordinance banning "pit bull" breeds and mixes. We would also like to remind citizens that each household is only allowed three dogs and three cats six months of age or older. See the ordinances on the Features page.
Thank you to all that registered their animals before court. If you did not have your shot records at the time of registration, please get them to the City Clerk as soon as possible.
Another gas project pre-construction conference was held on June 13. They will be replacing main and service lines in town at Madison & Seventh Streets, in the alley between Sixth and Seventh and Sherman and Wall Streets, the alley south of Union Street from S Franklin to S Hill, from Clay Street to 75th Street, and in front of the high school to 75th Street. They will also be replacing and burying the main line that has been exposed in a waterway south of town and the exposed main on the hill from Kansas Road to just north of the Marmaton River. The crew has moved in supplies and equipment in town and on the hill. It appears they will be starting at Madison & Seventh Streets. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the upgrades, but we will have a much safer system once the project is completed.
The Uniontown Ruritan Club approached the City of Uniontown and formed a community group to explore the viability of opening a medical clinic in the Uniontown area. The committee has approached Girard Medical Center about backing the clinic. We would like you help in determining the viability of a clinic here. Please take a short market survey to help us gather data needed to proceed further. You can find the survey here:
The Council would like to ask owners of golf carts to make sure there is an adult in the golf cart when being driven by minors under the age of 16. Thank you for your cooperation.
The piles of rock on the railroad right-of-way are the property of the City of Uniontown, it is NOT free for the taking. If you need rock, please call City Hall and order. We sell it by the tractor bucket load for $30. The dirt that is piled there is free for the taking.
Concrete dumping is no longer allowed. ANYONE NEEDING BROKEN CONCRETE FOR FILL IS ENCOURAGED TO TAKE ALL THEY NEED FROM OUR PILE.
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 $10 deposit will be refunded when the key is returned to the city clerk.
Call 620-756-4742 for reservations.
Website Updated 6/20/18
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.
Be sure to check out the Photos page if your pet is missing.