New Dates for OPR Fishing Clinic June 8th thru 12th 9AM to Noon05/22/2015
5/22/15 Update The Fishing Clinic has been rescheduled for Monday, June 8th through Friday, June 12th. If you signed up earlier and need a refund, please contact City Hall. Thanks!
5/16/15 Update: There is a distinct possibility that the Fishing Clinic will need to be rescheduled for early June. Please check back for updates- if you are already signed up and not heard from us, please check with Bob Klingler firstname.lastname@example.org or Jim Koger email@example.com 785-224-5157. Thank you!
Overbrook Parks and Rec will be holding a Fishing Clinic Monday May 18th thru Friday May 22nd. The Clinic will be held at the Overbrook Rotary Shelter from 9AM to Noon each day and is for those 10 years of age and older. Topics include basic fishing techniques and safety, Bass and Crappie Fishing, fishing for Catfish, and much more! Cost for the week is $25 for youth (ages 10-17) and $50 per adult. You may register at City Hall or online at Pay Overbrook Park and Recreation or Overbrook Pool Fees here
For questions, please call City Hall at 665-7328. Thank you!113th Annual O.R.H.S. Alumni Banquet Information05/16/2015Click here for more info!2014 City of Overbrook Water Quality Report is now available04/10/2015
The water quality report is posted at www.krwa.net/ccr/Overbrook
or you may get a copy at City Hall.Update on the May 2nd Emergency Services Showcase03/17/2015Great news. More and more agencies have committed to come to our Emergency Services Showcase. LifeStar has said they will be here, as well as the Kansas Highway Patrol and their Roll Car. Operation Life Saver has committed and they are bringing their demo of a train hitting a vehicle. The Kansas Department of Parks, Wildlife and Tourism will also be here with a youth archery display.
Also on tap is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as well as Game Wardens Lynn Koch from Osage Co. and Franklin Co. Game Warden Jeff Cakin. There are too many more to name here, but keep checking The Overbrook Police Department on Facebook for more exciting updates. Chief Hollingsworth.