City of Wilson, KS


Mayor Larry Ptacek

Steve Claussen

Gary Everett

Cindy Heinze

Darcy Hubka-Vopat

Lorie Taylor

Related Links

Chamber of Commerce

Water Consumer Confidence Report


City Council Meetings:
1st & 3rd Monday
7:00 pm at City Hall

City Info.
City Hall Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
(open during lunch)

To Contact Us:
Wilson City Hall
2407 Ave E
PO Box J
Wilson, KS 67490-0257

Phone: 785-658-2272
Fax: 785-658-2319

Smoky Hill

Charitable Foundation


November Match --


for every $1.00 donated - $1.50 is matched --




Community Events-









Mon Nov 20th... noon - 6p... Blood Drive at St. Wenceslaus Parish Hall


Mon Nov 20th... 7p... City Council Meeting at Wilson City Hall


Tues Nov 21st... 5p... Alumni Basketball at Wilson Schools


Thurs Nov 23rd... ... Thanksgiving - City offices closed








Mon Dec 4th... 7p... City Council Meeting at Wilson City Hall


Wed Dec 6th... 6:30p... Chamber meeting at Grandma's Soda Shop


Sat Dec 9th... 10a-2p... Chamber Christmas Festival Vendors and Lunch Stand  1p-2p... Santa and Miss Kansas Czech Queen

 at St. Wenceslaus Parish Center


Mon Dec 18th... 7p... City Council Meeting at Wilson City Hall


Mon Dec 25th... ... Christmas - City offices closed































   Picture of Beautiful Downtown Wilson




Czech out -- get the brochure, entry forms, and other information


Notify us at facebook/After Harvest Czech Festival, call 785-658-2272,

or email



2018 Czech Festival Meetings will be at 6:30 p.m. on the 2nd Sunday of each month  at Iron Lion-

Please note that there will not be meetings in November and December.




Wild and stray cats are causing health and odor concerns throughout the City of Wilson. There is a balance between acting with compassion for animals and encouraging fast-reproducing cat colonies that inner breed causing sick cats that risk other animal and human health.

Please feed pets inside to discourage wild animals from coming into town.

Help Wilson alleviate the problem of feral cats and wild animals in town.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Mayor and City Council

Thank you to the City of Lindsborg for the collaboration in this notice  (Facebook- Lindsborg City - August 8, 2017)





New Burn Pile hours



Sat 10a-5p









(for homes in Wilson)

Contact Wilson State Bank- Geneva 620-653-4113 for more details






Don't forget to ask about the Neighborhood









Population — 780 (2012 Census)                                          Incorporated in 1883            


General Public Transportation -- call 658-2272

Monday - Friday 9am-3pm     (except City recognized holidays)

What you can find in Wilson?

  • Pre-Kindergarten thru 12th grade school system
  • Lakeside Learning Center (Diploma completion program)
  • Public Library
  • Historical sites
  • Doctors offices and physical therapy facility
  • A variety of businesses (see Chamber of Commerce website for a listing)
    • Including local bank, hardware & grocery store, lodging, gift stores, antique shop, restaurants, convenience & gas store, automobile & equipment repair, trailer rental and much more
  • Nursing Home, elderly housing, and an active Senior Center
  • Professional services: accountant, insurance agent, attorney, realtor, auctioneer
  • 5 churches
  • Parks, spray park, disc golf, and ballfields
  • Youth recreation — city sponsored
    • Flag Football, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball, Swimming Lessons, and more

After Harvest Czech Festival — last Saturday of July each year - click for more information

Wilson is located 2 miles south of I-70 (interstate running east-west across Kansas).
There are three big towns located within 50 miles.
Wilson Lake (the clearest lake in Kansas) is located 5 miles north of Wilson.

Call City Hall (785-658-2272) for new resident information or any questions you may have about Wilson.

Call City Hall for employment opportunities


Wilson Public Transportation - Notifying the Public of Rights Under Title VI -

City of Wilson operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.  Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with the City of Wilson.

For more information on the City of Wilson's civil rights programs, and the procedures to file a complaint, contact 785.658.2272  email ; or visit Wilson City Hall at 2407 Ave E  Wilson, KS  67490.  A complainant may file a complaint directly with the Federal Transit Administration by filing with the Office of Civil Rights Attn Title VI Program Coordinator East building 5th floor TCR  1200 New Jersey Ave SE  Washington, DC  20590


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