Wednesday, December 12, 2018
  • Train


  • Strong City Depot

    Strong City Depot

  • Tallgrass Prairie Z-Bar/Spring Hill Ranch

    Tallgrass Prairie Z-Bar/Spring Hill Ranch

  • AT&SF Caboose

    AT&SF Caboose

Welcome to Strong City

Heart of the Flinthills
Strong City is located in Chase, [CS], County in the heart of the beautiful Flinthills on the Scenic Byway, Highway 177. The city itself is famous for its rodeo each summer. The rodeo is one of the first and largest P.R.C.A. approved rodeos in the nation. It attracts over 20,000 visitors in the first week of June and draws contestants from all over the world. The parade travels from Cottonwood Falls to Strong City, the two communities being one mile apart.  The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve (aka Spring Hill Ranch and Z-Bar Ranch) is located just 2 miles from Strong City.  Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. The nearly 11,000-acre preserve is co-managed by the National Park Service and The Nature Conservancy (a nongovernmental, non-profit organization). The preserve represents a nationally significant portion of the once vast tallgrass ecosystem and includes buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Preserve was established explicitly as a unique public/private partnership between the National Park Service and the Nature Conservancy. 

Population: 458

 Elevation: 1182 feet
 Latitude: 38° 23' 50" N
 Longitude: 96° 32' 12" W
 ZIP code: 66869
Area Code: 620





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New in November for December 2018

Public Meeting Notice: Dec 18, 18 at 12:00 (Noon) at City Hall for the purpose of the First Ammendment to the Loan Agreement for the Kansas Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund to the City of Strong City for the wasterwater system improvement project.



Upcoming Events

City Council Meeting
Start Date/Time: Tuesday, January 9, 2018 7:00 PM
End Date/Time: Tuesday, January 9, 2018 9:00 PM
Recurring Event: Recurring Event On the Second Tuesday of the month until 3/10/2020 (total 72 events)
Importance: Normal Priority
Location: Strong City Hall
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