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Do you have a gas Leak? 

 Leave the area immediately and call 316-531-2321 or 316-833-2594 after hours.  If no one answers call 911
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The City of Garden Plain announces credit & debit card payment options for payments

Beginning Monday, December the 11th 2017, individuals who wish to make payments to the City of Garden Plain using 
 cedit and debit cards may do so through GovPayNet.  GovPayNet accepts the major credit card brands for payments 24/7 on-site, online (www.GovPayNow.coin) or by phone (1-800-604-7888).
If you wish to make a utility payment to the City of Garden Plain, you can go to the Garden Plain web site (www.gardenplain.com), click on the "Utilities" button to take you to the utilities page, and then click on the "Pay Utiltity" button.  
Cardholders can make payments on their own behalf or on behalf of friends or family.  They need only have some basic information regarding the payment, easily provided by the City of Garden Plain.  For added convenience, GovPayNet has a fully staffed, bilingual call center available 24/7.
Cardholders pay a service fee at the time of their transaction.  There are no charges to the City for participation in the GovPayNet service.  Improving the convenience of payment transactions with the City of Garden Plain means more frequent and timely payments, increased agency revenues and reduced government costs.
GovPayNet accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.  "Each business day, we reconcile the previous day's payments with the government agency and then electronically forward the cardholder's payments in full to the agency's bank account," said Mark MacKenzie, CEO of GovPayNet.  "We also handle all cardholder calls and inquiries about any payment issues," he added.
GovPayNet, based in Indianapolis, is a category leader in accepting credit card payments on behalf of government agencies.  More than one million cardholders annually rely on them when making payments to over 2,000 agencies in more than 40 states.  GoPayNet processes nearly $200 Million annually in payments to government agencies.



The City of Garden Plain is currently in the process of updating files for emergency contact information.  Some of the instances where we might need to contact our customers are:  water emergencies, possible gas leaks, sewer issues, found dogs, etc.  It is important that we have the correct contact information for all our customers.  If you have dropped your land line or changed your cell number, added or dropped a PO box, or changed your email address, you can click on the link at the right to get a downloadable form to fill out and drop off at the City Office.






Planning a home improvement job? Planting a tree? Installing a fence or deck?

WAIT! Here's what you need to know first:

Whether you are planning to do it yourself or hire a professional, smart digging means calling 811 before each job. Homeowners often make risky assumptions about whether or not they should get their utility lines marked, but every digging job requires a call – even small projects like planting trees and shrubs. Click on the link below to learn more.  

The online edition of the Times Sentinel Covering the Kansas Communities of Cheney, Clearwater, Garden Plain & Goddard

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