Swimming Lesson Registration Form Available
2019 Swimming Lesson Form
City Wide Clean up
The City of Riley will be pickign up debris sorted and placed by the curb MOnday and Tuesday, April 15th and 16th. Items must be sorted or the city will not pick up. Items put out after April 16th will not be picked up. Lend a hand and clean up town by taking care of your residential property. This is an opportunity to get rid of unwanted items. Items must be sorted in the following manner: Bricks, rocks and concrete, Large Furniture, Brush and tree limbs, Wood, plywood and lumber, Grass and leaves (Biodegradable bags only, NO PLASTIC), Appliances (with refridgerant removed), Metal. NO TIRES, SHINGLES, OR HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE WILL BE PICKED UP BY THE CITY. Unacceptable items include electronics, televisions, tar buckets, caulk tubes, batteries, liquids, rags, books and paper, friable asbestos and processed lumber. DO NOT PLACE ANY ITEMS IN OR AROUND THE ROLL-OFFS THIS INCLUDES TELEVISIONS Senior citizens; if you need help getting heavy items to the curb, call teh city office at 485-2802 or the city shop at 485-2425. Be reasonable with what you put out for pick up. It is entirely up to the discretion of city employees to determine waht amount they can pick up. The city will not spend 3 or 4 hours at one household picking up items. Downloadable notice here: City Wide Clean up Notice
2019 Summer Youth Athletic Registrations
We have received information on summer youth sports From the Greater Riley County Ball Association. Follow the link below to the city's Recreation page for downloadable Registration Forms for T-Ball, Softball and Baseball. Registration is due by April 9th to avoid late fees before the final cut off of April 22nd. Practice dates and time will be determined by coaches and games will begin the last week of May. Forms are found in the Greater Riley County Ball Association section under the Area Youth Athletic leagues and Associations heading on the Other Activities page of our Recreation page, or by selecting this link GCRBA Registration. For more question email firstname.lastname@example.org
Habitat for Humanity
Larry Liotta from Manhattan Area habitat for Humanity came to the recent City Council meeting and gave a great presentation on what Habitat for Humanity is doing in the area. Not only are they involved in complete builds, but they also have the Habitat Repair Team for repairing, preserving and improving homes in Riley & Pottawatomie counties. Their new Aging in Place program serves older adults (65+) to help them with modifications or repairs that help them live in their own home safely and independently. If you know anyone that could use some help check out their webpage for more information.
Burn Site Notice
NEW BURN SITE HOURS
Burn Site hours:
Wednesday 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The burn site gate will be closed and locked between the
regular posted open hours. This is in response to
recent misuse of the site. KDHE regulates the burn site,
and illegal dumping could result in fines from the state. We
regret the inconvenience.
This is a friendly reminder that the dumpster in the West City Park is for cardboard only. Please be considerate and use it appropriately.
Flint Hills Regional Council (FHRC)
Communities to call home.
The Flint Hills Regional Council's website "Communities to Call Home" is up and running. The website features information on 26 communities in the Flint Hills region for new residents. Regional employers can direct new residents/employees to the site when seeking a community to live in.
Riley Soaring High Comprehensive Plan
Comprehensive plan website: www.RileySoaringHigh.com
North Central Regional Planning Commission
Household Weatherization Program
The North Central Regional Planning Commission operates
a Weatherization Assistance Program to help low-income
houshold reduce their energy costs. The following link has
information about the program, it's guidelines and how to
Program link: NCRPC Household Weatherization Program