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.GovPayNow.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
We have burned the storm brush pile. Please DO NOT take any more brush to the First and Clay Sts location. All brush and yard waste must go to the lagoon burn site now.
Reminder—Nothing but limbs, brush and yard waste can be put at the lagoon burn pile. Whoever dumped the items in the picture below, please don’t do that anymore. If this is continued, we will have to lock the gate or Kansas Department of Health and Environment will shut down our burn pile.
Citywide Cleanup is August 30-September 3, 8AM-8PM or until dumpsters are full. Dumpsters will be located on the railroad right-of-way east of S Hill St. Dumpsters will be barricaded at night.
Citywide Yard sales have been scheduled for August 21. Call City Hall to be put on the map.
Three people have filed for the two city council positions up for election in November: Jess Ervin, Amber Kelly, and Kyle Knight.
Two people have file for the mayor position up for election in November: Larry Jurgensen and Bill Marlow.
Thank you for filing and being willing to serve your community.
If you are fully vaccinated, masks are not required at City facilities.
Uniontown City Library is still closed while transitioning to digital. Rotation books or InterLibrary Loan books are available. Just call City Hall is you wish to utilize these services.
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 7/19/2021
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.