The City of Atchison Public Works Department’s Friends of Oak Hill Cemetery program enables community groups and individuals to assist with fundamental cemetery maintenance activities and helping to keep Oak Hill Cemetery safe and clean.
The City of Atchison Public Works Department’s Friends of the Parks program enables community groups and individuals to assist with fundamental parks maintenance activities and helping to keep Atchison’s parks safe and clean.
The Atchison Event Center is a full service facility with over 16,000 square feet of event space available.
Bromley now features tennis and basketball courts, a picnic shelter, and playground.
Built on the site of the old 14th & Laramie softball field, Fetch & Stretch Dog Park features a fenced in area open to all dogs and a ‘safe zone’ for small dogs only.
Adjacent to Riverfront Park, Independence Park celebrates play with a spray feature and playground equipment.
The International Forest of Friendship is a living, growing memorial to the world history of aviation and aerospace.
Jackson Park is an expansive park property that offers visitors walking trails, picnic spots, frisbee golf, playgrounds, and more.
LFM Park takes its name from the Locomotive Finished Materials Company (now Bradken), an early and prominent Atchison business that originally created the park for its employees to enjoy.
Lions Pool is a 50-meter pool featuring a water slide, diving boards and wading pool. The pool offers daily public swims, lap swims, and private rental times.
Millard Allen Ball Park features a single baseball field with a dirt infield, fences, backstop, foul poles, spectator seating, dugout areas, parking area, etc
Reisner Park is a small, neighborhood park featuring restrooms, play equipment, green space and a picnic shelter.
Riverfront Park is anchored by an impressive veterans memorial to the south and river-accessible docks and boat ramp to the north.
The Veterans Memorial Park proudly displays the names of area military veterans killed in action.
Warnock Lake is a community jewel, a scenic expansive park space featuring fishing and no-wake boating as well as a campground, playgrounds, and walking trails
The pavilion, built by the Kansas Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Commission, contains an interactive touchscreen monitor and interpretive panels with information on the Lewis & Clark expedition, the Missouri River and the Kanza Nation.
Named for the famous aviatrix and town’s pride, Amelia Earhart Airport (K59) is proud to offer general aviation services
Located near the corner of Ash and M Streets in Atchison, the Boys and Girls Club of Atchison stands ready to offer your child a wide range of activities to participate in ranging from physical to academic.
The Atchison Family YMCA strives to bring together our community for its overall enrichment. With programs and services for all ages and abilities, Atchison Family YMCA makes the community stronger in body, mind and spirit.
The Sports Complex is located behind Atchison Elementary School and includes three soccer fields, three baseball fields, and three softball fields.
The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall of Atchison was built in 1922 to honor veterans lost in World War I, and all veterans since. It is now home to the Atchison Recreation Commission, and is still a viable venue for many various community activities.
The Atchison Library is the place and space for the community to engage, learn, and grow.
City Hall opens its doors to the general public, featuring walk-in services for utility billing, open records requests, public safety concerns, permit and development resources, and more.
The Atchison Fire Department has a proud history of protecting life and public property in Atchison.
Public Works provides the “person power” and the muscle to maintain city streets, parks, watershed dams, and more.
Wastewater Treatment Plant is limited to authorized access to protect the safety of the general public and the sensitivity of the equipment operated there.
Water Treatment Plant is limited to authorized access to protect the safety of the general public and the sensitivity of the equipment operated there.
*This community facility, though not maintained by the City, is available to City residents for use. For more information or to make a reservation, contact the facility.