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Below is a resource for Water for anyone in Kansas
Below is information about the Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund. You can see the flyer here: KHAF Flyer.
The Overbrook City Council is considering adopting the following Council Meeting Rules of Procedure. This is a working draft.
The Overbrook Public Safety Committee has moved their monthly meetings to the third Monday of each month. This month the meeting is on May 16th at 7PM at City Hall. Please contact Chief Hollingsworth if you have questions, 785-665-7230. Thank you!
To keep up on the latest about the pool, visit our page: Overbrook City Pool | City of Overbrook Kansas (overbrookks.com). Here you'll be able to find forms and information as it becomes available. Swimming lesson forms are available now! You can also pick up Overbrook Pool forms at City Hall.
Here in Overbrook, we love our local businesses. That's why every month we are going to spotlight some of them! To see the businesses of the month, click here: Businesses of the Month | City of Overbrook Kansas (overbrookks.com). Make sure to check back every month to see all the wonderful businesses we have here in Overbrook!
April 28th 7PM Overbrook City Hall Public Hearing on the Osage County Neighborhood Revitalization Program
Overbrook City Council will hold a Public Hearing at 7PM at City Hall on April 28th regarding the possible adoption of the Osage County Neighborhood Revitalization Program. The Public is invited to attend. Here are the details on the County Plan:
OSAGE COUNTY NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION PROGRAM
(PROGRAM BEGINS JUNE 1, 2022)
The primary intent of the Kansas Neighborhood Revitalization Act is to provide communities with a long-term increase and stabilization in their property tax base by encouraging the rehabilitation or new construction which may not otherwise have occurred.
The Overbrook Historical Society and Museum is going to publish an Overbrook Cookbook this year. We would love to include your favorite family recipes. You may use the form that is below to submit as many as 5 recipes. You can also pick up forms at City Hall. We need to receive all recipes by May 20, 2022. You may drop off your recipe forms at City Hall or the Overbrook Library.