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PAY COURT/TRAFFIC FINES

*Our payment processor charges $1.00 for check/savings payments and 2.75%
(+50 cents if under $100) for credit/debit cards. The amount will be added to your
payment prior to you finalizing your payments.

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HELP - If you need assistance with paying online, call PSN at 866-917-7368. If you have questions on the amount of you bill/fees or need service, call City of Sedgwick (316)772-5151.

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Booster Club

Sedgwick Fall Festival 2015
September 19th - 20th
Visit the Booster Club page for updates!

DON'T FORGET TO TURN IN YOUR SHORT STORIES
& ILLUSTRATIONS! DEADLINE: MONDAY, AUG. 31ST

 

City Meeting Schedule

All meetings will be held at City Hall, 511 N. Commercial
unless indicated otherwise.

City Council

Tuesday, September 8, 2015- Regular Council Meeting ~ 7:30 pm

**Click here for Agenda, Minutes & Project Updates

Sedgwick Municipal Court - Wednesday, September 9, 2015 ~ 4 pm

Planning Commission - No meetings scheduled at this time.

 

Stay in-tune with all the news and events in our community!

City Channel 7

Consumer Confidence Report 2015

 

Tradition With A Vision

Sedgwick was incorporated in 1872 and is located in south central Harvey County on the border with Sedgwick County. The location of Sedgwick is within a triangle formed by the cities of Hutchinson, Newton, and Wichita. This is an ideal location to attract residents who want the pleasures of small town living while being close to big city jobs. Sedgwick's goal is to grow slowly in population so that our small town amenities remain. Sedgwick is well positioned to reach this goal. New housing is being developed, along with offering 2 industrial parks and a local school, USD 439. The schools and city work together and have set their sights on these same goals.