You will need a copy of your lease agreement (if renting), Driver’s License and Social Security Card for anyone over the age of 18. As well as the connection fee.
This is a charge assessed by Payment Service Network. The fee is 2.75%
Call City Hall at (620) 336-2776 during normal business hours or call (620) 336-2121 after normal business hours. Please have the address or location of the leak available when making the call.
Utility Bills are due on the 10th of every month. After the 10th a late charge will be assessed. You have until the 21st of every month to make the payment before water services are disconnected.
You must come to city hall and pay the required fee and provide proof of current rabies vaccination from you veterinarian in order to obtain a pet license and tag.
You need to come to City Hall and fill out the adoption form and pay a $75 dollar deposit.
Call City Hall at (620) 336-2776 during normal business hours or (620) 336-2121 after normal business hours.
The pool opens on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and closes when school starts.
To arrange a special event at the pool, please call City Hall at (620) 336-2776.
Agendas are prepared the Friday prior to a city council meeting and posted on the city’s website
Contact the City Clerk’s office at (620) 336-2776 before noon on the Friday prior to the city council meeting. If you miss that deadline, you may show up and sign the public forum provided at the meeting.
Please call City Hall at (620) 336-2776 and request to speak with the court clerk.
Please call the Fire Department at (620) 336-2121.
The City of Cherryvale has 4 Council Members and a Mayor.
The Council meetings are the 1st and the 3rd Mondays of every month starting at 6:00 p.m.
Executive sessions are not open to the public and may only be held for specific reasons. No formal action may be taken while the council members and mayor are in executive session. All binding action must occur in an open public meeting.
The City of Cherryvale has a council/city manager form of government. There are 5 elected officials (council members and mayor) and the city manager is appointed by the council.
The total sales tax rate for the City of Cherryvale is 9.5%, which includes the State of Kansas sales tax (6.5%) and the City of Cherryvale sales tax (3%).
Property taxes are based on mills and are assessed through a mill levy. One mill is equivalent to one dollar for every thousand dollars of assessed property value. To calculate your estimated property tax bill, you need to know the approximate appraised value of your property, which you can find out from Montgomery County Parcel Search. The total value of the house is then multiplied by 11.5% for residential and 25% for commercial/industrial property to determine the assessed property value.
The City of Cherryvale has a $30 fee for all checks returned as non-payment, this includes insufficient funds, account closed, etc.
The City of Cherryvale tests fire hydrants annually as required by ISO. Fire hydrants are also used by Public Works to flush lines and maintain fresh water in them.
Storm sirens within the City of Cherryvale are tested every Saturday at noon.
The best all-purpose extinguisher is the combination “ABC” extinguisher. ABC is the acronym for an extinguisher certified for A, B, and C fires. A is common fuels like wood and paper, B is for flammable liquids and C is for energized electrical fires. .
Yes, but you must contact the Cherryvale Fire Department first. They will determine if the conditions are acceptable for burning or not.
Yes, but again, you must contact the Cherryvale Fire Department to first determine if the conditions are acceptable for burning.
Yes, the fee schedule is available on the city website for you to download.
Job openings are posted on the city website and on Kansas Works.
Applications are available for pick up at Cherryvale City Hall at 123 W. Main.
Yes, the Cherryvale Public Library is located at 329 E. Main and their phone number is (620) 336-3460
The Cherryvale Public Library is open Monday thru Friday 11am – 6:30pm, Saturday 9am – 2pm, and is closed on Sundays.
Fines may be paid in person using cash, personal check, money order, cashiers check, or credit/debit cards Monday thru Friday 8am to 5pm. Fines paid by mail should be sent to 123 W. Main, Cherryvale, KS 67335.
Contact the City Clerk's office at (620) 336-2776
Yes, contact City Hall at (620) 336-2776 to check the availability of the facilities. You can also look on our website at the fee schedule to determine how much it cost to reserve the facilities as well.
Yes, you can fish in Lake Tanko, but you must have a fishing license to fish there. If you plan on catching and keeping trout, will be required to have a trout tag as well.
Usually it takes 45 to 90 days to process the application from the time it is turned in. The variation in time is dependent upon the publication in the local newspaper, the Planning and Zoning Commission’s meeting date and the City Council meeting dates.
Contact the Cherryvale Police Department by phone at (620) 336-2400. Remember if it is an emergency, please dial 911.
The tree dump is open every day from dawn to dusk.
Please call City Hall at (620) 336-2776. Please have the location of the storm drain ready so that Public Works crews can respond quickly to the location.
Yes, additional polycarts are $2.00 per cart. Call City Hall at (620) 336-2776 to order additional polycarts.
The polycarts are the property of Republic Services and will be maintained and replaced at no cost to the resident, except for damage due to negligence or abuse. Residents are required to pay for the replacement of any cart if the damage is due to negligence or abuse.
The polycart will stay at the house. Please do not take it with you.
You can call City Hall at (620) 336-2776 or Republic Services at 1-800-627-1717
No, Republic Services will not run on New Years Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Trash service those weeks will run one day late using Saturday as a catch-up day.
Contact City Hall at (620) 336-2776. Please have your name and address or location of sewer problem ready so we can get Public Works out quickly.
First, check and determine if you have a leak. If you do not have a leak contact City Hall at (620) 336-2776.
Call (620) 336-2121 for after hour emergencies.
Temperature changes cause water to be cloudy or murky or there could be a leak in the water system. This is why Public Works flushes hydrants so they can clear the lines to prevent cloudiness and murky water as well as determine if there are leaks in the system.
Fire hydrants are different colors according the water flow they are able to provide.
You will need to call Mediclaims at 1-800-538-8278