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- Created on 25 April 2016
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By the Spring of 2017, the historic downtown square in Girard will have a fresh look featuring new sidewalks, curbing, and decorative light poles and banners. The updates at the heart of our city will extend from the downtown streetscape to an improved inter- section at the K7 and K47 interchange.
The City of Girard is investing approximately one million dollars in matching funds for the two projects totaling $2.7 million. Project plans have been approved by the Kansas Department of Transportation and will be bid in 2016. With a substantial investment of taxpayer resources and project timelines established, City and County officials, business and property owners, and community leaders are challenged to coordinate efforts to beautify our downtown square by June 2017.
- Created on 25 February 2016
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If you would like to know the daily temperatures for the month, click the link.
- Created on 01 February 2016
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FYI: The city’s brush pile schedule
1st Saturday of the Month: 8:00 a.m. to noon
Wednesdays: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
No plastic bags. Leaves & limbs only.
- Created on 30 July 2015
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There will be a public budget hearing for next year's (2016) budget on Monday, August 10th at 7:00 P.M. in the City Council Chambers. You can view the budget by clicking here or hard copies are available at City Hall.
- Created on 08 July 2015
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See City Administrator from the drop down tabs to learn more.
- Created on 21 April 2015
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From Left to Right: Sheldon DeLange (1st Ward); Kelly Peak (2nd Ward); Kurt Ziegler (Mayor); Dan Murray (3rd Ward); Mike West (4th Ward)
- Created on 01 October 2014
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Take a look at the mural located at the corner of Prairie Ave & Summit St. The Mural was designed by Girard High School student Alex Troike and painted by the Girard High School Art Club & instructor Nicole Meyer-Foresman.
- Created on 01 October 2014
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Notice to All Water Customers and Plumbing Contractors:
The City of Girard has started a new water project funded by a KDHE loan that will provide new water storage towers for the city and provide for the removal of the old ones. New electronically read water meters will allow for more accurately read meters as well as real-time information on water leaks and water usage in the future.
One concern that the city wants everyone to be aware of is when the new towers come on-line we expect the water pressure to be better than before and in that regard, some older lines, both public and private, may develop leaks. Everyone, as in the past, should check occasionally for leaky pipes and faucets and continue to monitor after the new towers are built and in operation. The expected time frame for the new towers is approximately June or July of 2015.