At Recyclebank, we are excited to be able to reward Eastborough residents for recycling. We also listen to our members like you and use that feedback to continually enhance and improve the Recyclebank program. Below is information about a change we are making to the Recyclebank program in your area...
Please join your City Council and Staff in congratulating Captain Matthew Cox who, effective March 1st, is being promoted to Eastborough's Police Chief. After a two plus month search process it was evident to the Search Committee that Matt is the right person for our City and leader for our force.
Those who know Matt understand the appreciation he has for our City and the fine manner in which he has conducted himself during his years of service to our City.
The City of Wichita has awarded Nowak Construction Company the contract to replace the waterlines, south of Douglas, in Eastborough. The project will begin October 15th along the southern boundary and take approximately 4 months to complete...
We encourage the residents of Eastborough to use Eastborough, Ks. as their address.
Please also use your complete address whether it be Street, Avenue, Court or Lane.
Not only is this a point of confusion but could mean extra minutes in case of an emergency.
Let's be proud of our city.
Mayor Thom Rosenberg reported that Eastborough had received the summary report from ISO listing the City’s Public Protection Classification number at 1. This classification should benefit residents when applying for fire protection insurance.
Waste Connections will begin a new recycling program in 2009. Citizens participating in recycling will receive one new container in which all recycling items need to be place. The need to divide recycling into separate containers is not necessary. You will receive RecycleBank Rewards based on the amount you recycle good for movie tickets and discounts at your favorite restaurants. Please participate.
Please go to www.recyclebank.com for more information.
Items that will be collected include TVs, VCRs, DVD Players, Cell Phones, Computer Equipment, PDAs, Electronic Games, Stereo System Components, GPSunits, MP3 players, Pagers, etc. Please participate.
Please take your items to the Kansas Coliseum Pavilion 2.
I can't tell you how proud I am of your city council. There are many accomplishments attributed to our council persons working hard on your behalf. These accomplishments will be noted in this newsletter. As we approach the 4th quarter of this year, our city is in fine financial shape. We continue to look at ways we can make Eastborough a proud place in which to live. I urge you to take note of the various council reports and thank your council members personally for their dedication of time and effort.
In 2006, Eastborough began a 10 year program to mill and overlay most of the streets in the city. Below is a map representing the schedule of how those streets will be resurfaced.
Minneha Township employees will be in Eastborough July 5th to Sweep all the streets in our City. Please assist them by not parking your vehicles on the street during the period they will be sweeping. Street sweeping will begin at 8:00am. This will be their first time in our city so they cannot give us a timeframe when the process will be completed.
The following is language from City of Eastborough Ordinance G10-06 that outlines Sign Regulations with the City. There are only (3) types of signs allowed within Eastborough. We wish to share this with you so that all residents are mindful of these specifics and understanding of what law enforcement will be enforcing on all property within the City. In light of the recent storms that lead to numerous business signs being placed throughout our city and the fact that this is an election year, we believe having this information will be helpful to all.