Starting on Tuesday, July 14th the City of Atchison will switch the way it disinfects water during the treatment process for about two weeks. This is part of a normal maintenance program for the water distribution system. Water will be safe to drink during the entire period of this process.
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A proposal aimed at easing infill housing regulations will be heard by the City of Atchison’s Planning Commission on Wednesday, August 5th at 4:30 PM. Zoning regulations commonly restrict new construction development with limitations on minimum lot size, front/side/rear lot setbacks, minimum lot widths, maximum building area, etc… While zoning
Atchison’s Jesse Greenly was selected to serve on the city commission during Monday’s special commission meeting. Greenly was unanimously chosen from a field of four candidates to fill the unexpired term of former Mayor Shawn Rizza, who resigned earlier this month when his family relocated to Colorado. “I just want
The City of Atchison has been awarded $132,000 of funding through the Kansas Department of Commerce’s Community Development Block Grant COVID-19 Small Business Grant Program (CDBG-CV). The City of Atchison Small Business COVID-19 Grant will assist with immediate and anticipated needs of existing Atchison small businesses negatively impacted by COVID-19.
With Atchison County moving to Phase Three of the COVID-19 reopening plan, some city key facilities are open once again. City Hall and the city shop reopened to resident and visitor traffic on Wednesday, after initially closing on March 18, along with many other public facilities to minimize the spread
Phase II of the Dam 6 Sewer Separation Project, which began work in January, has now reached substantial completion. The project included the construction of a new stormwater-only concrete pipe that ultimately connects White Clay Creek to the overflow point of Dam 6 and hooks up to curb inlets and