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Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty 2018

The 2018 Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty is just two weeks away! Volunteers are working hard to prepare our town for visitor’s, practice their roles in the reenactment and doing what they can to make sure the weekend is a fun time for all! Peace Treaty is September  28-30, please visit https://peacetreaty.org/ for more information.

Medicine Lodge is the most populous city in and the county seat of Barber County, KS. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 2,009. Beautiful Gypsum Hills scenery, rich history, winding rivers, plentiful wildlife and eclectic shops and restaurants are all a part of the charm our town has to offer.

Schedule

Big Junk Cleanup Day will be Saturday, September 15th. Citizens are welcome to start setting items out at the curb during that week before the 15th. Items that CAN be picked up are: Boxes, household clean up, junk furniture, mattresses, appliances and other small metal items, other bulky items. We cannot accept business or construction trash. NO drywall, plaster, roofing material or concrete. NO tires or loose piles of trash. LIMBS ONLY may be taken to the City Shop at 801 N Iliff.

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The City is currently in a Water Emergency due to drought conditions. Citizens may water before 10:00 am and after 9:00 pm.

Notice to Bidders Demo 110 E Hackney St.

Community Improvement District Map
Water Conservation
Consumer Confidence Report 2017
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2018 HOLIDAYS

New Year’s Day 2018: Monday, January 1
Good Friday: Friday, March 30
Memorial Day: Monday, May 28
Independence Day: Wednesday, July 4
Labor Day: Monday, September 3
Columbus Day: Monday, October 8
Veteran’s Day: Sunday, November 11
Thanksgiving Day and Friday after:
Thursday, November 22 & Friday, November 23
Christmas Eve: Monday, December 24
Christmas Day: Tuesday, December 25
New Year’s Eve: Monday, December 31

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