About Wellsville, KS
Established in 1884, Wellsville, Kansas is a community located in the heartland of the nation. Less than an hour from Kansas City, it offers both a simple small town environment and close proximity to the city. With a focus on Midwest values and small town charm, Wellsville offers you everything you need to raise a family or start a business. Learn more.
I-35 BRIDGE NOW OPEN
The work on the bridge over I-35 has been completed and the bridge is now open.
WELLSVILLE POLICE JOB OPENING
The Wellsville Police Department is seeking an intelligent, self-motivated, and community oriented individual with excellent problem-solving skills to join our Police Department as a full-time Patrol Officer. Click here to learn more.
WELLSVILLE JOINT RECREATION COMMISSION UPDATE
Wellsville Joint Recreation is in full swing for the summer of 2021. The WJRC board members would like to introduce Bernie Smith as the new director. New programs are being added for youth and adult programs. To keep up with this valuable information, check out WJRC’s website, facebook page, instagram and twitter accounts.
2020 CHIP & SEAL PROJECT
The 2020 Chip & Seal project will begin May 26th the following streets will be affected. Cedar Lane, Benton, Prairie Lane, Hunt, Oak (between second and fourth), Third Street, Fifth Street, Sixth Street, 10th street, W Second Terrace, W. Third Terr., Walker Drive and South Main Street.
NOTICE: NO PLASTIC BAGS WITH RECYCLABLES
Attn: Ottawa Sanitation has informed us that recycling CANNOT be in Wal-Mart bags or trash bags per the recycling company due to the fact that their machine cannot process them. We were informed the recycling company may stop our recycling service if this keeps happening. This includes the recycling bin at the Public Works Department. Please dump all recycling from the bags into the container and keep the bags. DO NOT put the bags in the container. Thank you for your help with this matter!
NOTICE: DO NOT FLUSH WIPES
You may have seen all the ads on TV lately for “flush able” wipes. Well, it turns out that isn’t exactly the right word to use. That’s because, like a lot of other items would, they’ll flush but they don’t ever dissolve. The Public Works Department says these wipes don’t break down in water, so their treatment plant has to use equipment to pull plastic, wipes (even flush able) rubber gloves, rags, or paper towels out because our sewer system is not designed to handle these items, sometimes their equipment gets clogged or broken by all the wipes and other trash.
Please make sure to set your trash out by 6:00 A.M. on your trash day’s to ensure pickup.
NOTICE: CITY NO LONGER ACCEPTING LEAVES, BRUSH AND YARD DEBRIS
As of December 12th, 2019 the City will no longer be accepting leaves, brush, and yard debris at the City lot. We have had numerous complaints regarding smoke and blowing ash from residents who live nearby that location. That along with the illegal dumping in the brush pile has moved council to ban dumping altogether.
The City is working on an ordinance to allow residents to burn leaves with a permit in their ditches certain times of the year. The Ordinance will be posted when it has passed at a later date.
Wed 5-7p.m., Sat 8-11 a.m.
Will run thru September!