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No, the City of Coffeyville currently does not have t-hangars available. Call the City Clerk's Office at 620-252-6108 to be put on a wait list.
The American Red Cross offers swim lessons in June. For more details, call Ann Marie at 620-515-1184 and leave a message.
Yes, a building permit is required . Before installation, call 1-800-DIGSAFE to arrange for locates. Also, once the installation is complete, it is recommended you register the shelter with the City of Coffeyville.
Yes, a building permit is required if you are doing a complete tear-off of the existing roof or an overlay on the existing roof - no more than two layers are allowed.
Yes. Contact the Engineering Department at 620-252-6006.
The City of Coffeyville operates under the 2018 International Building, Fire, Plumbing, Residential, Mechanical and Fuel Gas Codes and the 2017 National Electric Code.All adopted codes are available for viewing in the City Clerk's office and at the Coffeyville Public Library.
See the 2021 Fee Schedule.
New deck or porch construction requires a building permit if it will be higher than 30 inches or if it will be covered,
Full burial - Monday-Friday, 9 to 4 - $425Full burial - Saturday or Holiday, 9 to 1 - $550Cremation - Monday-Friday, 9 to 4 - $150 Cremation - Saturday or Holiday, 9 to 1 - $250.
Each over time hour is $125 for a full size burial and $75 for a cremation burial.
Cemetery flowers are to be removed by dusk the Sunday after Memorial Day. Cemetery employees will begin removing flowers the Monday after Memorial Day in order to mow. This does not pertain to flowers in permanent vases.
Contact the City Clerk’s Office, 620-252-6128, at least six days in advance of a scheduled meeting.
Contact the City Clerk’s Office, 620-252-6128.
Yes, permits for a garage sale may be obtained in the Customer Service Office, 1st floor City Hall or the City Clerk's Office, 2nd floor City Hall.The cost is $3, and they are good for three days.
Yes, you can park in your yard provided the area used for parking is improved with at least 4" of paver brick, asphalt, concrete or gravel.
Voter registration cards are available in the City Clerk's Office, 102 W. 7th Street. You can also register online.
According to K.S.A. 25-2711 campaign signs can be displayed during the 45-day period prior to any election and the two-day period following an election.
Call 620-252-6186 to report a street light out.You can also report a street light out online.
Contact the Engineering Department at 620-252-6006.
Of the collected sales tax, 6.5% is for the state. The remaining 3% is the City’s portion:
The City of Coffeyville has a $30 fee for insufficient fund checks.
We test hydrants annually as required by the ISO.Fire hydrants are also used by the Water Department to flush the water lines.
Storm sirens are tested the each day at noon. They are also tested annually during Severe Weather Awareness Week. Dates and times of this tornado drill are set by the National Weather Service.
An all-clear siren is not sounded. This alleviates the confusion for citizens wondering if it is another warning or an all-clear signal.
Yes the public shelters are located at:CRMC, 4th & Buckeye, Handicap Accessible (basement) Community Elementary ,4th & Cline, Handicap Accessible (the multipurpose room) Field Kindley, 1110 W. 8th (enter through the North side gymnasium doors)First Church of God, 5th & ClineSt. Pauls Lutheran Church, 506 W. 9th
If you live within five miles of City Hall,102 W. 7th, or are located within the City’s Industrial Park, the Fire Department will be the first responder to a fire at your location if you have a fire contract. CFD will also respond outside the city limits when requested for mutual aid.
Yes, free standing fire pits are allowed.
This is an example.
The City's Fee Schedule is available for download.
The golf course does not have memberships, however, annual pass holder rates are available.
A punch card for 10 large baskets of balls for the driving range is $40. All punch cards are available for purchase in the Hillcrest Golf Course Club House.
No, at the present time, the City does not have any funds available.
Open positions are posted at the following website.
All applications are taken through Kansas Government Jobs
Department heads - city clerk, finance director, human resource officer, IT manager, police chief, fire chief, public works director and electric utility director must reside in the USD 445 school district; and the city manager must reside in the city limits.
A number of positions with the City of Coffeyville require an initial written test. Applicants are notified of testing date and must participate in testing for application to be considered further. Interviews are not automatic. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by phone to schedule an interview. This time may vary depending on department needs and priorities but is usually within three weeks after the deadline date. The next steps in the employment process will be explained during the interview.
Tickets can be paid in person in the Court Clerk’s Office, Police Department, 1206 W. 11th or by mail to P. O. Box 1629, Coffeyville, KS 67337.
Contact the Police Department 24 hours a day, seven days a week by phone at 620-252-6160. Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies or at the Police Department, 1206 W. 11th Street.
Send a police report request via email. You may also submit a request by phone at 620-252-6167 or fax requests to 620-252-6118. To make a request in person, go to the Police Department at 1206 W. 11th Street. Please allow sufficient time for report to be prepared following the incident. Send an email to determine if the report is available.
The fee for police reports is $5.00.
Vehicles may be inspected by the Police Department at 1206 W. 11th Street. Go to Dispatch and request an inspection. Bring the title to the vehicle and drivers license. The cost for the inspection is $20.
Traffic tickets for the City of Coffeyville can be paid in the Municipal Court Clerk’s Office, located in the Police Department at 1206 W. 11th Street.
The City of Coffeyville has adopted the Standard Traffic Ordinance and Uniform Public Offense Code for Kansas Cities.
The rest of the year, the Tree Dump is open from 2:00 to 5:00 pm on Thursday and Friday, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturday and from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm on Sunday.
Call the Stormwater Hotline at 620-252-6019.
You may request pick-up service at your house if you are handicapped and physically unable to get the polycart to the curb. For more details, please contact customer service at 620-252-6100.
Contact 620-252-6100 to order an additional polycart. The fee for additional polycarts is $7.32 per cart per month.
Contact Republic Services - 1-800-627-1717
Yes, if the head of household is 62 or older and the dwelling is not occupied by anyone other than a spouse or temporary guests, you will qualify for the senior trash rate of $12.25.
November 1 - April 15
Yes, the State of Kansas fishing requirements pertain to LeClere Lake. All Kansas residents age 16 through 74 are required to have a valid fishing license. Non-residents 16 and older are required to have a license.
A trout permit is required for everyone 16 years of age and above.
Yes, in addition to a valid fishing license a trout permit is required during trout season November 1 - April 15.
The trout permit is required for all anglers age 16 and older. Youth age 15 and under may fish without a trout permit, however, the daily limit is 2. With a permit, the daily limit is 5.
Trout permits are available anywhere fishing licenses are sold.
In Coffeyville, fishing licenses may be purchased at Walmart. Licenses and permits are also available on the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism website.
The City of Coffeyville does not sell trout permits.
The daily limit is 5 trout. The possession limit is 15 trout.
For youth under 15 years of age, the daily limit is 2 trout. With a trout permit, the daily limit is 5.
Yes, there may still be trout in LeClere Lake after April 15. A trout permit is not required to fish during the off season. The trout limits remain the same.
Water Leak - Call 620-252-6150Information required - name, phone number and address or location of the leak.
One way to think about PCA is to compare it to the cost of gasoline for your car. Even though your monthly car payment hasn’t gone up, the car you drive is costing more to operate now because just as electricity prices have risen, so have gasoline prices at the pump (the PCA). The PCA is a pass-through charge that is unknown from one month to another just as gasoline prices are unknown from month to month.
Contact customer service at 620-252-6100 or Water / Wastewater Distribution at 620-252-6139. For calling after hours, contact 620-252-6150.
Contact customer service at 620-252-6100, or Water Distribution at 620-252-6139. For calls after hours, please contact 620-252-6150.
First, check to see if you have a leak. If not, contact Customer Service at 620-252-6100, or Water Distribution at 620-252-6139. For calls after hours, please contact 620-252-6150.