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City of Maize Where Community Counts
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Maize Community

Residents

Welcome Home to Maize! 

Throughout our Website, we have provided information about our City, our sense of community, city park facilities, miles of walking and biking trails, activities for our youth and programs for our seniors. The following information is specifically intended to assist new or prospective residents of our community with contact information for residential services.

Water:
Go to City Hall, 10100 W Grady, or call (316) 722-7561.

Electricity:
Westar Energy: 383-8600
Sedgwick County Rural Electric Co-op: (316) 542-3131

Natural Gas:
Black Hills Energy, Inc.: (888) 890-5554

Trash:
Lies Trash Service  522-1699
Waste Connections, Inc. 838-4920
Waste Management 721-4510

Sewage:
City of Maize 722-7561

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
4030 Reed Ave
EMERGENCY Call 9-1-1

Fire Department, Sedgwick County
Fire Station No 33
10625 W 53rd St North
EMERGENCY Call 9-1-1

Hospitals:
Via Christi-St Teresa - Located within 5 miles of Maize
14800 W St Teresa
Wichita, KS

Wesley West ER - Located within 5 miles of Maize
8714 W 13th St North
Wichita, KS

Grant Money for Weatherizing Your Home

The South Central Kansas Economic Development District (SCKEDD) of Wichita offers the Kansas Weatherization Assistance Program (KWAP), which uses grants to pay for:

  1. New furnaces/Refrigerators
  2. Wall/Attic/Foundation Insulation
  3. Sealing air leaks in the house
  4. Compact Fluorescent Lamps in place of light bulbs
Homeowners and renters are eligible for KWAP. All types of housing units are eligible including Mobile Homes.  Please call (785) 296-4990 to request an application for KWAP. SCKEDD will mail the application directly to you.

Income Guidelines are:

  • 1 person household    $27,247
  • 2 person household    $35,630
  • 3 person household    $44,014
  • 4 person household    $52,397
  • 5 person household    $60,781
  • 6 person household    $69,164

City of Maize
Through the integration of its population into every aspect of quality education, civic improvements, community appearance, commerce and recreation, Maize shall preserve its small town atmosphere and become the best small city in Kansas.

"Where Community Counts"