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 Welcome to North Newton, Kansas!

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A DISTINCTIVE COMMUNITY 
WORKING FOR HARMONY,
BEAUTY AND DIVERSITY. 
FOUNDED IN 1938.

NORTH NEWTON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION


The North Newton Community Foundation Grant cycle is now open.  Applications are available online at  www.centralkansascf.org and must be submitted by 5P.M. on Monday April 4, 2016.  Completed applications must be submitted online to be considered.  

The North Newton Community Foundation was formed in December 2011 and is affiliated with the Central Kansas Community Foundation.  The goal of the foundation is to establish a means to benefit a wide variety of non-profit organizations in their efforts to improve health care, human services, education, arts and culture or other charitable initiatives which enhance the North Newton community. 

NORTH NEWTON NEWS


SPRING CLEAN-UP WEEK IS APRIL 11-15.  Click on Spring Clean-up Week for details.  

INTANGIBLES TAX REMINDER -
North Newton continues to levy an intangibles tax which is a 2% tax on interest and dividend earnings.  Persons who have such income must file Kansas tax Form 200 with the County Clerk's Office on or before April 15, 2016.  The County Clerk then posts the tax to property tax statements.  Current forms are available at http://www.ksrevenue.org/pdf/20016.pdf.   

PRESCRIPTION DRUG DISPOSAL - 
The Harvey County Sheriff's Department is no longer accepting unused prescription drugs.  According to the KDHE website the proper way too dispose of unused prescription drugs is to crush, dissolve or mix with water.  Then add it to kitty litter or coffee grounds to make it undesirable.  This mixture needs to be placed in a closed container or sealed plastic bag and placed in the trash.  Unused prescription drugs should never be flushed down the toilet or poured down the drain.     

CALL 911 for any emergency, including reporting an after-hours maintenance issue such as a water main break or sewer back-up.  The appropriate law enforcement officer, emergency service personnel or city staff will be dispatched.  


North Newton Water Tower


Water Tower Facts:
 * 300,000 gallon capacity
 * Height is approximately 120 feet
 * Water overflow elevation is 1572' above sea level, same as Newton's water towers
 * Approximately 300 gallons of paint used
 * Contractor - Maguire Iron
 * Painter - DEM Enterprises, LLC
 * Logo Designer - Cindy Hiebert