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215 N Chautauqua  -  Courthouse

Sedan, KS 67361

City of Sedan

City Hall 
111 East Cherokee St.
Sedan, KS 67361
(620) 725-3193

 

http://www.cityofsedan.com/

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Sedan

The land on which the Sedan town site was located belonged to F. G. Bowers.  The Sedan Town Company obtained the land.  1870 Thomas Scurr with a load of lumber to build a store came into the valley and thought it looked like his home in Sedan, France, therefore he named it Sedan.  The first post office was established in 1871 but do to a lack of patronage it was closed and moved to

Ross City.  In 1874 the Post office was re-establsihed in Sedan.  At the time Sedan had a store, blacksmith shop and a school.  Lots were given to anyone who would build on them.  The population was 200.

 

In 1875 the Kansas Legislature divided Howard County into Chautauqua County and Elk Count naming Sedan as county seat of Chautauqua County.  The citizens of Sedan began immediately to build a Courthouse.  April 3, 1876 prominent men of Sedan filed a petition for the town to be incorporated with District Judge W. P. Cambell.  The first mayor was A. B. King and five council men composed the governing body.

 

 

 

 Sedan City Hall,  111 E. Cherokee 

 620-725-3193

 Council Meetings:

1st and 3rd Mondays of every month @ 5:00pm

Mayor  Jack Warren

Clerk  Sherry Miller

Treasurer Ralene Davis

Council President Brett Dickens

Council Members:Crystal Wade, Jaime Littlepage, Theresa Wilson, Bill Brooks. 

General Superintendent John Miller, Chief of Police Nathan Rees, Police Officer Johnnie Pointer. City Crew:  Jim Miller, Rodney Coward, Bryson Zimmerman and Kevin Henson.

 

Annual Events:

 

Redbud Tour - Early April

Easter Egg Hunt March 26, 2016

Spring City Wide Garage Sales - First Weekend in May

Block Party - Friday before Memorial Day

Yellow Brick Road Festival - Saturday before Memorial Day

Chautauqua Hills Blues Festival - Saturday and Sunday before Memorial Day

Fireworks at Old City Lake - July 3

Chautauqua County Fair - July 21-23

Fabulous Finds on Hwy 99 - September 23-24, 2016

Chautauqua County Historical Society - Heritage Festival - October 8, 2016

Loren Smith Memorial Horse Shoe Tournament - October 8, 2016

Ranch Rodeo  - October 8, 2016

Halloween Trunk or Treat - October 31

 

Attractions:

The Hollow Park

St. Charles Schoolhouse

Sedan City Park and Swimming Pool

Lou Todd Rodeo Arena

Chautauqua County Fairgrounds

Baseball/Softball Fields

Grass Greens Municipal Golf Course

Quivera Boy Scout Ranch/Camp

Flint Hills Christian Camp

The Gregg Theater

Farmers Market

Sedan City Lakes 

Butcher Falls

 

Organizations:

Sedan Senior Citizen Center - 124 E. Main

Meet 1st and 3rd Thursdays noon, Covered Dish

 

Chautauqua County Historical and Genealogical Society

115 W. Main

Meet first Thursday of the Month at 6:30 pm

Vera Miller President

Don Dilley, Vice-President

Cheryl Hurst, Secretary

Carlotta Munson, Treasurer

Jim Chase, Gen-Tree Editor

 

 

Sedan Lion's Club

 

 Lions Club meets every Monday at noon at Buck's.  September through June.

Rodney Dickens-President

Brett Dickens-Vice President

Tim Hills-Treasurer

Amy Lampson-Secretary

MORE INFO for ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Sedan Area Foundation meets the second Wednesday of every month at 5:00 pm at the First National Bank meeting room.

Steve Clark-President 

June Mendenhall-Vice President

Mary Kurtis-Secretary


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