Citywide Cleanup is for Belle Plaine Residents Only.
Please bring proof of residency. It is required prior to unloading your items.
Customers will be allowed one pickup load of items free of charge.
Additional loads will be charged a rate of $30 per load.
Debris must be unloaded in the containers.
Dumping on the ground and leaving will not be allowed.
The City Maintenance Department will be on site to monitor, assist you, and help with traffic flow.
will be located next to the City Sewer Plant, which is at the intersection of 80th
and Line Street.
The City Police Department will be available to assist the elderly and physically challenged. Please call City Hall at (620) 488-3433 before 4 p.m. on Sept. 30, 2016 to make a request for assistance.
Prohibited Items: Tires, wet paint, barrels/drums, appliances containing Freon, or other hazardous materials.
Have Coffee with Mulvane EMS
on Tuesday, Oct. 11
Belle Plaine residents are invited to Coffee with the Director of Mulvane EMS at the Community Center on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016 at 8 a.m.
This is your opportunity to see how the Mulvane EMS operates in Belle Plaine. Local residents can ask questions and have any concerns discussed.
Mulvane EMS serves the Belle Plaine area.
If there is interest, Coffee at the Community Center will be held routinely with special guests.
Fill it out to voice your opinions about Belle Plaine’s facilities, services, roads, utilities, drainage, downtown, quality of life, growth, economic development, parks and programs.
Turn the survey in at Belle Plaine City Hall, during regular business hours or after hours though the drop slot on the front door. It can also be left at the Belle Plaine Public Library, 222 W. 5th, through the book drop or at the front desk, or at The Valley State Bank, 502 N. Merchant, during regular business hours.
on former EMS Building
The City of Belle Plaine is selling its former EMS Building, located at 112 W. 4th.
∙ The United Methodist Church at 10th and Lincoln (124 E. 10th) will be open. Please use the door on the northwest corner of the building.
∙ The Middle School Gym (8th and Merchant) will be open at the northeast corner door.
∙ The First Baptist Church, 612 N. Linden, will also be open.
The burn pit will be left unlocked unless the use of this facility is abused by dumping of items that do not comply with the state permit, such as fencing, decking and other lumber materials. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment does monitor the City of Belle Plaine for compliance.
All bagged material must be emptied and bags placed in container next to the gate.
You can help monitor correct usage by calling 911 if you see illegal dumping in the burn pit.
per hour — $5
per hour — $10
per ½ day (4 hours) — $30
per full day (4+ hours) — $50
deposit — $50 refundable up to 48 hours prior to event
per ½ day (4 hours) — $75
per full day (4+ hours) — $135
deposit — $100
$500 — USD 357 resident
$750 — out of district
deposit — $250 refundable up to 30 days prior to event
Help is needed in delivering meals to the homebound through the Senior Meals program at the Barner Center in Belle Plaine.
Anyone who can help with the deliveries is asked to contact Carol Cole at (620) 488-2945, Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Report street light outages
City Building Hours
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday