Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Dwight will be taking actions to reduce contact and maintain social distancing.  The city office will remain open, but with limited services to the public.  If your transaction can be handled via phone, email or text, please use those communication measures first.  The health and welfare of our employees, their families, our customers, community members and their families is the #1 priority during this time.  Thank you for your trust and support.  We love being a piece of this amazing and strong community. 

The next regularly scheduled city council meeting will be held at the Dwight Community Building on July 20th, 2020 at 7 PM.  All are welcome to attend.  To be put on the agenda, please notify the city office at least a week ahead of the meeting.

There has been much discussion recently about the city establishing a Municipal Court.  This has been an ongoing process for the last year and a half since the hiring of  Municipal Court Judge Steve Iverson.  Please see the October 2018 city council minutes and the October 2018 open letter to the residents of Dwight by Mayor Johnson below.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the city office or a council member.  The Municipal Court Ordinance will be discussed at a PUBLIC COMMUNITY MEETING on July 18th at 7 PM at the City Park Shelter House.  Everyone is welcome to attend and be heard.

October 2018 City Council Minutes          Open Letter October 2018

The annual dog clinic will be held on July 25th from 9-11 AM at the Dwight Fire station.  Rockin KM Vet will be on hand to administer rabies vaccines for an additional fee.  City fees for dog registrations are: spayed/neutered $7/per dog.  un-spayed/un-neutered $10/per dog.   All dogs 6 months and older must be registered with the city.

Did you know you can pay your utility bill on our website? You can pay with a debit/credit card or an electronic check.  There is a small fee to use this service. For a credit/debit card it is $1.95 and for an electronic check it is $1.50.  Click above on “city services” and then click “click here to make a payment”.  You will be asked to fill out the needed information.  If you do not know your account number just enter 0 but make sure the name you enter is the name on the account.  If you have any questions, call the city office at 785-482-3455.

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If you need large amounts of water from a hydrant, you may request this from the city office.  A meter will be temporarily put in place to keep track of water usage and normal rates apply.  

Live, work, and play in Dwight, small town proud, and located in the beautiful Flint Hills of Morris County.

• Hunting, boating and fishing paradise
• Minutes from Fort Riley, Junction City, Manhattan & Council Grove
• Welcoming community
• Award-winning school district (school located in Alta Vista – five miles from Dwight)
• New infrastructure
• Affordable real estate / low taxes
• Breathtaking natural surroundings

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