Waterville Swimming Pool

Get out and enjoy the last week of the pool season!
Wednesday hours: 1 - 5 and 6 - 8
Thursday hours 2 - 8
Friday hours 4:30 - 8
Saturday 1 - 6
Last day Sunday, August 19, is free swim for everyone! Hours 1 - 5.
Have fun!

Waterville 2019 Budget - Public Hearing

The City of Waterville will have a public hearing to approve the 2019 Budget at 6:45 p.m. on August 13, 2018 at the Waterville Community Center. Detailed budget information is available at City Hall and will be available at this hearing.

Fire Department Smoke Off and Car Show August 25

The Fire Department will be having their annual Smoke Off and Car Show again this year on August 25. Plan on attending!

Storm Clean-Up

The city crew will continue to pick up debris along curbside through this week. There is a lot to pick up and only three of them - please be patient!

If you would like it removed before they can get to your property you may haul to the city dump located at the west end of Walnut Street. Please remember this is a brush dump only.

Win A VIP Ride!

The Families First of Marshall County are selling raffle tickets to win your child, a child you know, or teacher/school staff, a ride on the last day of school in a Police or Fire Truck! Tickets are available at the Waterville City Office and are $1.00 a ticket or $5.00 for six tickets. Winners will be drawn May 10, 2018. Good Luck!

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Waterville RV Park is located in the 400 block of East Commercial Street, between Commercial and Walnut Streets.

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The current place to find information on Waterville's 150th Celebration can be found on Facebook! Search for Waterville's 150th Celebration and 'like' to follow!

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Interested in politics?

Did you know census data is used to reapportion the U.S. House of Representatives–it will determine how many seats the state of Kansas gets (currently we have 4). Furthermore, census data is used to redraw the boundaries of state legislative, local, and school districts, adapting to changes in population.

In terms of politics, taking the census is just as important as voting–both a civic duty of each resident. Learn more today at kansascounts.org. #KansasCounts #2020Census

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Special purpose vehicle tags are now available for 2020! Bring your proof of insurance and $20 registration fee to the city office before driving on city streets.

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Applications for pool manager and lifeguards will be accepted until March 9, 2020. Applications are available at the city office or on this site under forms.

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Council Members Serving Waterville 2020-2024
Colby Hearn, Tony Mann, and Don King were elected to serve on the Waterville City Council for years 2020-2024. Nori Blackburn administered the oath of office to the three at the January 13, 2020 city council meeting.

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Thanks Jim!
Jim Oatney 'retired' as city council member January 13, 2020.

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The Mayor and City Council accepted the following plan to improve sidewalks within the city limits of Waterville. Please contact Nori at the city offi...

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The City of Waterville plans on closing a block of Commercial Street, between Nebraska and Colorado Streets, for the entire day Saturday, December 7 for street resurfacing. Thanks for your patience!

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The December City Council Meeting will be held Monday, December 2 at 7:00 p.m. at the Waterville Community Center. The meeting time was changed to allow families attend the school Christmas concert the evening of December 9!

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