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2020 Pet Tags


2020 Pet Tags are now available at CIty Hall for dogs and cats. All dogs and cats over six months of age are required by Overbrook City Ordinance to be registered. These tags help us to reunite...

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Mayor's Proclamation Today is Bob Klingler Appreciation Day!


Mayor’s Proclamation
City of Overbrook, Kansas
Proclamation: November 25th Bob Klingler Appreciation Day
Whereas: Bob Klingler has made sure that Overbrook residents and those from the surrounding...

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Overbrook Community Chest Drive


It is COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE time again. Each year it gives us the opportunity to help deserving organizations in one big drive rather than giving to each one separately. For more information click...

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Overbrook Attendance Center Halloween Parade Location Changed


The Halloween Parade will now be held at the Overbrook Attendance Center due to weather concerns. The parade will start at 1:30 on 10/31.

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Overbrook Community Halloween Event Change of Location


The Overbrook Community Halloween Event has been moved to the United Methodist Church, 1005 N Maple St from 5-7 due to extreme cold and expected weather. Hope to see you all there!

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E-Cigarrette Epidemic - Information


Following is some information from Governor Kelly’s Media Release today regarding the e-cigarette epidemic.

“Kansas currently has nine probable/confirmed vaping related cases. As of today,...

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Keys with key chain found on Maple St in Overbrook


A black key chain (with orange and green writing on it) was found in the 600 Block of Maple Street over the weekend.  Please contact City Hall 665-7328 for more information.  Thank you!

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Keep Your Pets Safe


Before letting your furry friends jump into the lake this summer, check for an overgrowth of blue-green Algae, known as "Harmful Algal Growth." To learn more information about keeping your pets...

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