Out of the 105 counties in Kansas, 34 counties have populations that exceed 15,000 residents (2010 census). Out of those 34 counties, 27 of them are on or east of U.S. Highway 81, a traditional dividing line between eastern and western Kansas. Of those 7 western Kansas counties, all reside on or near a major aquifer except Ellis County. Given this lack of proximity to a major surface water or aquifer source, as well as recent drought conditions persist in the area, water conservation in Hays is as important as ever.
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View a map on the Trash Collection Route page that shows you what day of the week your trash is picked up.
Call the City Clerk's Office at 785-628-7300, or visit them at:
City Hall1507 Main StreetHays, KS 67601
Water consumption can be found on your monthly utility bill or by calling the City Clerk's office at 785-628-7300.
View the City's landscape and irrigation regulations (PDF).