Northwest Water Treatment Facility
Click here for updates on the Northwest Water Treatment Facility.
More information about the facility
Supplemental Pavement Maintenance
Among other measures, the City Council has allocated $10 million from Hyatt sales proceeds to the improvement of many of the City's worst neighborhood streets.
View the interactive map
Find information about the updated preliminary floodplain map for Wichita and Sedgwick County.
Check the floodplain maps
Tad, Stormwater Spokesfrog
Stormwater runoff is a major pollutant to my home!
Learn how you can keep our rivers, streams, and waterways clean and healthy.
View the slideshow
H2O Care Fund
The City of Wichita invites you to participate in a voluntary donation program to help those who are having difficulty paying their water bills.
Participate in the program
Child Care Licensing
We evaluate, investigate and educate child care facilities and providers in Wichita and throughout Sedgwick County.
Sign up for orientation/class
Food Handler Classes
Food handler cards are required for ALL persons working or volunteering in a food establishment in Wichita.
Don't have a card? Take a class.
The WATER Center serves as a treatment facility for the Gilbert-Mosley Project as well as a public education resource.
Take a tour, check out our educational materials, take a class, or rent our facility.
Check out the WATER Center
Questions about your water bill; starting, stopping or transferring service?
Contact Customer Service
Report potholes, broken street lights, damaged signs, illegal dumping, sewer, street/traffic, water, etc.
Make a report
Construction BulletinSnow RemovalStreet Sweeper Map
Brooks LandfillSolid Waste & Recycling Plan
Visiting Public Works & Utilities?
455 N Main, 8th FloorWichita, KS 67202
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Public Works & Utilities Hours
8am - 5pm (M-F)CLOSED (Sa-Su)
List of holiday closures.
Report water leaks or sewer stoppagesP: (316) 262-6000
Customer Service/Billing QuestionsP: 265-1300
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