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Posted on: December 4, 2019

251K pounds of wood debris removed from Wildcat Creek

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Over the past couple of weeks, City of Manhattan Parks Crews have been working to clear a log jam on Wildcat Creek near Pecan Circle, south of K-18. The log jam formed following the 2018 Labor Day Flood when high waters damaged stream banks and toppled tr...

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: November 26, 2019

Manhattan receives second highest LGBTQ inclusion rating among other Kansas cities

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(MANHATTAN, KS – November 26, 2019) The City of Manhattan received the second highest score among rated cities in Kansas related to LGBTQ inclusion for 2019. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) assesses cities on 49 criteria covering citywide non-di...

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Posted on: November 21, 2019

North Manhattan Ave Reopens 11/21/2019

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(MANHATTAN, KS – November 21, 2019) Phase II of the North Manhattan Avenue project is complete and the roadway will reopen to through traffic by 5:00 p.m. today. The City of Manhattan and Amino Brothers Construction appreciate your patience duri...

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: November 19, 2019

Kimball & US24/TCB Moving to Phase II

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This Thursday morning (11/21), traffic control is expected to switch to Phase II for the next portion of the work at the intersection of Kimball Ave and US24/TCB. Access to local businesses will be maintained through all phases. Please remember to slow do...

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: November 14, 2019

Alternate Routes for Game Day Traffic

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Traffic will be heavy this Saturday for the K-State Sports home football game. Road work on Kimball Ave is expected to cause delays for traffic turning west from US24/Tuttle Creek Boulevard. To avoid the delays, consider using Marlatt Avenue as an alterna...

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: November 8, 2019

Manhattan's Indoor Ice Skating Rink Opens November 11

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Manhattan’s favorite winter activity, indoor ice skating, returns for another exciting season on November 11, 2019. The rink at Wefald Pavilion in City Park opens its doors beginning 1:00 PM on Veteran’s Day. Admission and skate rental...

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: November 1, 2019

Facts about proposed changes to Manhattan's Public Nudity Ordinance

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(MANHATTAN, KS - November 1, 2019)  The Manhattan City Commission will consider an amendment to Manhattan's public nudity ordinance at the upcoming November 5, 2019, legislative meeting. First adopted in 2003, the existing ordinance makes it unla...

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Posted on: October 27, 2019

Input opportunity for local Community Development Block Grant Funding

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From October 27 to December 16, 2019, everyone who lives or works in Manhattan, or representatives of local agencies and non-profits serving Manhattan residents, is invited to give their input regarding local projects for the U.S Department of Housing and...

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Posted on: October 24, 2019

Brenda Wolf Named City Clerk

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(MANHATTAN, KS – October 24, 2019) — City Manager Ron Fehr announced today that Brenda Wolf has been promoted as the new City Clerk for the City of Manhattan. Wolf has served as Deputy City Clerk for Manhattan since 2016.

Wolf will be r...

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: October 18, 2019

Potential changes to the public nudity ordinance

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We've received questions about the potential changes to the public nudity ordinance in Manhattan. The State of Kansas doesn't have a state law that prohibits general public nudity. The State of Kansas criminalizes public nudity only if the facts violate a...

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: October 15, 2019

Tuttle Creek Lake Update

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) hopes to bring water levels at Tuttle Creek Lake down to a normal range by late-December. As of October 11, the lake level is at 1,119.64 fee (update; 1117.6 ft as of 10/15)t, a Flood Phase II pool level. The norma...

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: October 15, 2019

Sink Hole Updates 10/15/2019

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Levee Drive

Repairs to the sewer system have been completed. The City cleared the mud and debris from the pipes and the contractor is now starting to restore the site. Once final grading is completed, work can begin on the pavement. City staff are meeting ...

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: September 24, 2019

One lane of Bluemont Ave near Aggieville will be closed for 12 months

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Starting next week, sections of roadway near the new hotel construction at Bluemont Ave and 12th Street will be closed to maintain safety.Timeline: September 30, 2019 - October 2020Traffic Impacts: The outside, eastbound lane of Bluemont Avenue between N....

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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: September 4, 2019

Flood damage update 9/4/2019

photo of sink hole at Hayes Drive and Levee Drive

Information about damage and repairs following the heavy rainfall August 30. 

Road Closures: 

  • 12th Street is closed from Bertrand to Ratone because of storm sewer damage 
  • Hayes Drive is closed near Levee Drive and also near Bluemon...
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City of Manhattan News
Posted on: August 21, 2019

10 years, 10 chances to win: celebrate jet service at Manhattan Regional Airport

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(MANHATTAN, KS – August 21, 2019) Manhattan Regional Airport (MHK) is celebrating the 10th anniversary of American Airlines regional jet service with a cake cutting ceremony on Friday, August 23, 2019 at 10:00 AM in the terminal lobby.  ...

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Posted on: October 15, 2019

Tuttle Creek Lake Update

photo of Tuttle Creek Lake from the east shore

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) hopes to bring water levels at Tuttle Creek Lake down to a normal range by late-December. As of October 11, the lake level is at 1,119.64 feet, a Flood Phase II pool level. The normal lake level is 1,075 feet.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) hopes to bring water levels at Tuttle Creek Lake down to a normal range by late-December. As of October 11, the lake level is at 1,119.64 fee (update; 1117.6 ft as of 10/15)t, a Flood Phase II pool level. The norma...

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