Gas Update:

Gas supplies are stable, and we may go back to normal gas usage. Please be mindful of your usage as the price is still not what we are accustomed to paying.

I’ve had many questions concerning utility billing. At this time, the huge increase and collateral fee will not be passed to the gas customer. I will use the average gas price times your usage to calculate your gas bill. The city will carry the additional expenses until we find out if federal funds will be available to offset this extraordinary gas price increase. Please keep in mind that it was very cold, and usage was up, so the gas bills will be higher than normal.

I was informed by KMGA yesterday, through the virtual meeting, that we need a State of Local Disaster Emergency Proclamation for Jefferson County. That is the 1st step in trying to obtain federal funding. Keeping in mind that this does not guarantee funding, it is just the beginning process in hopes of receiving funding. I was on it! I contacted the County Clerk, Linda Buttron, requesting to be added to Monday’s County Commissioner’s meeting agenda. I then explained the purpose of my request. I am happy to report that the County Commissioners passed a Resolution/Proclamation on Tuesday, 2/16/2021! Number 1 is down and there are many more steps to go.

If funding is received – depending on the amount, the bills should remain average.

If no funding is granted, I will spread the amount due over a period of time. There are many variables that play into this equation. Once I receive all invoices I will know more.

It is our duty, as The Governing Body of the City of McLouth, to obey the laws of the State of Kansas. We avoid any and all Conflicts of Interest. We operate with the most cost efficiency, within our proposed yearly budget. We support open rapport with our constituents and strive to improve our community.


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Have a Gas Emergency? Leave the building. Do not turn on or off anything electrical. Go outside and use a neighbors phone or cell phone. to call 911. Your safety is our greatest concern! If in doubt, get out and call! 

Want to learn about Gas Safety? Click below

McLouth Gas Leak Safety Video 



            The City of McLouth is soliciting bids for woven wire fencing at least four feet in height (minimum 36 inches with two strands of barbed wire to at least 48 inches), hog-tight, to surround the City lagoons, pump station and bar screen.

Any interested bidder may obtain a description of the extent of the property necessary for fencing at City Hall, 110 N. Union Street, McLouth, Kansas 66054.  Call City Clerk, Kim Everley at (913) 796-6411 for additional information

Bids must be sealed and must include the bidders’ name, address and phone number.  Bids are to be delivered by mail or in person to the City Clerk of McLouth, 110 N. Union Street, McLouth, Kansas 66054.

Bids will be received until 12:00 p.m. on the 16TH day of March, 2021, at which time the bids will be opened in City Hall, 110 N. Union Street, McLouth, Kansas 66054.  Bids should be marked FENCE BID.  Bids received after this date and hour will not be considered and will be returned unopened.  Oral, telegraphic, facsimile, e-mail or telephonic proposals or modification will NOT be accepted or considered.

            The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and is not obligated to accept the lowest or any other bid. 

            The bids will be awarded without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disabilities or marital status.  Lessee will be responsible for full compliance with the federal and state labor laws.






Contact Us

110 N Union St.
McLouth, Kansas 66054
(913) 796-6411
(913) 796-6131 fax

M Tu Th F 8am-4pm
Wed 1pm-4pm
Closed for Lunch Daily 12pm-1pm

City Administrator /City and Court Clerk:
Kim Everley 785-691-8321
John DeLaet 785-813-5164
Dillon Sechrest 913-775-3430
Animal Control: 913-208-7725

POLICE DEPARTMENT: Chief Brad Williams, Officers- S Peters, T Courter, S Gerety, P Juedes 

CITY COUNCIL: Council President-Steven King, Council - Steve Horton, Don Nowak, Scott Weissenbach, Dixie Jones

MAYOR: Keith Meador


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UTV Registration

UTV Registration time is past:

All 2019-2020 registrations are now expired.

Renewal is easy. Bring your Drivers License, Proof of Insurance, $25 and complete the UTV form.

No time to come in?

(Click here for form) select "Permits" then select "UTV Registration" Print and complete the form. Attach a copy of your Drivers License, Proof of Insurance and your payment. Place it in the mail or use the drop box at McLouth City Hall or the Country Harvest Apple Market. I will mail your sticker back to you.

If you are registering a New or Different UTV it must be inspected, by the McLouth Police Department, prior to registration. Call for an appointment: 913-796-6783.

Keep each other safe! Register your UTV!



Up coming events:

March 13, 2021:  Disk Golf Tournament 


30th Annual McLouth BBQ Blowout

Saturday, June 25, 2021 9 AM to 2 PM

Flier with details      

Entry Form 2021

Pet Registration

Registration is good from July 1st to June 30th (Annually)

Fees:   $8.00 fertile     $5.00 spayed or neutered

Late Fee: $2.00 per month/per animal

Register your animal in June to prevent late fees

You will need:

The vaccination form, from the Vet.

A picture of your pet.

Your Payment along with the form. 

No time to stop in? (Click here) Select Pet Permits then select the Pet Permit Registration Form, print the form. Include all requested information with your payment. Drop it in the mail or use the drop box at McLouth City Hall or Country Harvest Apple Market. We can mail your tag back to you. 

Question? Call us: 913-796-6411