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  1. Aggieville Parking Garage Rates with Permit Portal QR Code

    Aggieville Parking Garage rates begin January 17

    The Aggieville Parking Garage parking management program, rates, and permits will take effect Tuesday, January 17. Current rates may be viewed and permits purchased online. Payment for parking is available through ParkMobile using a credit or debit card. Read on...
  2. Parks and Rec logo

    City of Manhattan seeks new Parks and Recreation director

    The City of Manhattan is seeking a dynamic, innovative, and politically astute leader for the Manhattan Parks and Recreation Department (MPRD). Applications will be accepted until 5 p.m. February 8. A final hiring announcement is anticipated in April. Read on...
  3. 12-22-2022 Winter Storm Warning snowfall predicted totals

    City-operated buildings closed Dec. 22 due to severe winter weather, extreme cold

    City-operated buildings will be closed Dec. 22 due to inclement winter weather. City facilities were already scheduled to be closed Dec. 23 and Dec. 26 for the holidays. Thus, City Hall and most other City buildings will not reopen until 8 a.m. Dec. 27. Read on...
  4. Manhattan commits to joining City Inclusive Entrepreneurship (CIE) program

    The City, in partnership with the Black Entrepreneurs of the Flint Hills, announced Dec. 19, that it has committed to the Ownership and Optionality program. This commitment was made at the National League of Cities City Summit as part of the CIE program. Read on...
  5. City of Manhattan to hold Aggieville input session on Dec. 12

    The public is invited to provide input on upcoming Aggieville streetscape projects at 5:30 p.m. Monday, December 12, 2022, in the Commission Room at City Hall, 1101 Poyntz Ave. This public meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. and end by 7 p.m. Read on...
  6. Municipal Court Judge James Kepple

    James Kepple named new Municipal Judge for City of Manhattan as Judge Caffey retires

    Manhattan City Manager Ron Fehr announced today that James R. Kepple, who currently serves as a District Magistrate Judge for the 21st Judicial District in Riley County, has been hired as Manhattan’s new Municipal Court Judge with a start date of Nov. 28. Read on...
  7. Kansas Riverfront development concept art depicting people walking along promenade and buildings

    City Commission approves resolution of support for Kansas Riverfront master plan development

    The City Commission on October 18, 2022 unanimously approved a resolution of support for fundraising efforts by Riverfront MHK to develop a master plan for future development of the waterfront area along the Kansas River. Read on...
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