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Bulk collection of larger items, such as household furniture, appliances, bicycles, etc. will be made on the first service day of your collection each month. Appliances containing refrigerant must be responsibly evacuated before disposal. For more information visit Honey Creek Disposal’s website.
A Citizen Guide to Licensing Dogs and Impoundment Process can be found under our Police Department Information.
Fowl shall include, but shall not be limited to, chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, guineas and pigeons.
Undomesticated animal means and includes any wild mammal, reptile or fowl which is not naturally tame but is of wild nature or disposition.
However any person may petition the governing body for a permit to keep animals otherwise prohibited by subsection (a) above and the governing body may grant such permit upon finding that the keeping of such animals will not constitute a nuisance or otherwise be detrimental to the public welfare of the city, and upon payment of an annual permit fee, as set by resolution of the governing body.
Yes. Building permits are required for projects such as new construction, remodel work, alterations, accessory buildings, fences, irrigation, and other connections to the City of Eudora, including portable water systems and electrical, plumbing, heating, and mechanical work. If you are not sure if a project requires a building permit, contact the the Building and Codes Administrator, Curt Baumann by phone at: (785) 542-3124, or via email: email@example.com
To find out what your property or nearby property is zoned, please refer to the
If you want to report a code violation or report a complaint about a surrounding property, please fill out the Code Violations Form online. The Building and Codes Office will receive the request and take care of it as soon as possible.
Per Eudora City Code, fireworks may be discharged within the city limits during the following times only:
July 1st & 2nd: 10 AM - 10 PM
July 3rd & 4th: 10 AM - 11:30 PM
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to discharge or fire off any fireworks of any kind within the city limits of the City of Eudora, Kansas. Provided, however, that nothing within this section shall be construed as prohibiting the governing body of the City of Eudora, Kansas, from giving pyrotechnical displays or from granting permission to responsible persons, firms, or corporations to give pyrotechnical displays in places to be designated by the governing body within the city limits of the City of Eudora, Kansas.
(b) Provided, also, that subsection (a) of this section shall not apply to the discharge of fireworks, as authorized under state law, on the 1st and 2nd days of July, each year, between the hours of 10:00 o’clock a.m. and 10:00 o’clock p.m.; and on the 3rd and 4th day of July, each year, between the hours of 10:00 o’clock a.m. and 11:30 o’clock p.m. However, it shall be unlawful for any person to discharge, fire off, or explode any bottle rocket, as defined at K.S.A. 31-155, within the city limits of the City of Eudora, Kansas, at any time.
(c) It is unlawful for any person to discharge, fire off, or explode any fireworks of any kind on City owned property at any time, including parks, property surrounding municipal buildings, and vacant land owned by the City. Furthermore, the City of Eudora, Kansas adopts Chapter 22, Article 6, Section 9 of the State Fire Marshal regulations, that states: 1. A person shall not ignite or discharge fireworks into, under, or from a car or vehicle, whether moving or standing still, or on a public roadway or the right-of-way adjoining a public roadway.
2. Fireworks shall not be discharged within 100 feet of any "place of institution," as defined by national fire protection association standard no. 101, which is adopted by reference in K.A.R. 22-1-3, or any retail fireworks stand or facility where fireworks are stored. (Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 2007 Supp. 31-133; effective Jan. 1, 1973; amended May 1, 1986; amended Dec. 29, 2008.)
For more information or to request a tour, call the Fire Station at 785-542-3653.
To schedule an appointment with one of the certified car seat technicians, please contact Douglas County Safe Kids at 785-505-5800.
Tickets and fine payments are processed at the City of Eudora Public Safety Building located at 930 Main St. in downtown Eudora. You can pay your tickets and fines online. The Municipal Court also accepts cash, check, money order, and credit card payments.
The city prosecutor is Jeff Heiman. His office is located at 900 Massachusetts St., Suite 500 Lawrence, KS 66044 Phone: (785) 843-0811; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The City owns and uses 4 trucks with plows and a skid steer and rubber tire loader with snow pushers.
The City budgeted $10,000 in 2021 to obtain salt, sand, and brine. When additional equipment is needed for snow removal efforts, the Public Works Department pulls money from the General Street fund as necessary.
The City treats the roads with a 50/50 mixture of sand and salt. The City will pre-treat the roads when ice or sleet is expected. Sometimes Douglas County will provide a brine (calcium chloride mixture) that the City uses as a pre-treatment on the roads. If not, the city uses the sand/salt mixture for pre-treatment.
The City’s approach to snow removal is to clear the main routes first to ensure emergency vehicle access. Once those streets are completed, the local/residential roads are plowed.
The map below demonstrates the main and secondary routes that are prioritized:
Trash bags are not required, but placing household waste in bags will help keep the cart sanitary.
No. Yard waste needs to be placed in compostable craft paper bags specifically designed for yard waste or bundled for collection. Plastic bags are not allowed.
Residents who find one cart is not enough can request additional 95 gallon carts at a charge of $4.00 a month.
No. The carts provided by Honey Creek are designed to withstand the demands of the truck’s equipment placed on them. Please use the supplied cart.
The standard issued cart is 95 gallons measuring approximately 29" wide, 34" deep, and 45" tall. The footprint on the ground is just slightly larger than a standard 30 gallon refuse container.
You can request an additional cart for $4.00 per month or you can buy a bag tag at Eudora City Hall for $1.00 per tag.
Please contact Honey Creek Disposal at 913-369-8999 for replacement or repair. Damage from abuse or modifications to the cart are the responsibility of the customer. Please do not modify the cart.
The cart is to remain at your old address. The carts are assigned to each address, not the customer.
When: Place your cart on the curb by 7:00 AM on the day of collection. The cart must be removed within 24 hours after collection.
Where: Place cart within 3 feet of the curb and at least 3 feet from any obstructions. The arrows should be facing the street and the handle facing your house.
Accepted recyclables include plastics, paper and cardboard, cans, and glass bottles. Use the graphic below as a guide to determine what can and cannot be recycled:
Yes, please call City Hall at 785-542-2153 option 3 to request the larger size. There is no additional charge for upgrading to a 95 gallon recycling cart.
If you prefer to not participate in curbside recycling, you may return your cart to Honey Creek by calling Eudora City Hall at 785-543-2153, option 3. However, you will still be charged for recycling in your monthly bill, which is the regular rate. There is no option to opt out of the regular rate.
Residents aged 65 or older qualify for a reduced rate, regardless of income. Any senior resident wanting to opt into this reduced rate must first contract the City’s utility department by visiting City Hall of calling 785-542-2153, option 3.
Yard waste needs to be placed in compostable craft paper bags specifically designed for yard waste or bundled for collection. Honey Creek will accept up to 12 bags of yard waste per trash day. Bundled hedge and tree trimming must not be more than 18 inches around, 4 feet long, or weigh more than 45 pounds.