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Mayor David Austin has proclaimed Friday, October 24, as Bill Brookhouser Day in Bel Aire
BEL AIRE 1% SALES TAX & COMMUNITY MEETING
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NOTICE TO RESIDENTS:
Below is a link to Sedgwick County's website for advance voting times as well as the election times for the November 4th election.
WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT-ATTENTION RESIDENTS along Clarendon
Starting October 6th, water line replacement project
will affect those residents along Clarendon.
We apologize for the inconvenience this has created and will
notify you as soon as the repairs are completed.
NEW: City Council just approved our new Water Conservation Plan.
Click here for the Water Conservation Guide. Click here for the Water Conservation Rebate Application
The City of Bel Aire notified we are #4 in Homeownership
A new study from NerdWallet, a consumer advocacy site, lists Bel Aire as the 4th Best place for Homeownership in Kansas! The data included affordability, population growth and homeownership rates.
Helpful Tips on watering your lawn
Please remember to turn off your sprinklers the day after we have received a large amount of rain. This will help save money and conserve water. As water becomes more valuable the City of Bel Aire wishes to protect our valuable resource.
Bel Aire has introduced a new
Adopt a Park Program
Staff reserves the right to reject loads if materials are deemed unacceptable
Bel Aire Gains Recognition for Being a Great Place to Live!
According to the new rankings by Coldwell Banker Real Estate, LLC
Bel Aire was ranked as the #1 suburb in Sedgwick County and #7 in the state of Kansas!
Suburbs were ranked based on access to amenities, proximity to good schools, average commute times and community safety. According to the survey, suburbanites are more likely to eat in, commute to work, own their homes, and dedicate weekends to home improvement and do-it-yourself décor projects. View the full article in the Wichita Business Journal
Welcome to the City of Bel Aire - City of the Future with Respect for It's Past! We feel the tagline of our community says a great deal of who we are, and what we believe. Our past delivered us to our present...commitment, dedication, and perseverance will boldly drive us into the future.
Bel Aire is an inviting community with strong businesses and wonderful people. With a population nearing 7,000 and its close proximity to Wichita, Bel Aire is afforded the amenities of big-city living, while being able to remain close to its small-town roots. In addition, nearby major transportation networks and available resources foster an environment of healthy business creation and expansion. These important characteristics make Bel Aire a great place to live, work, and raise a family. We invite you to take a look at our website, familiarize yourself with our community, and see for yourself why we are proud to call Bel Aire home!
Thank you for your virtual visit. If you have questions, we have answers. Contact us with any questions you may have and let's discuss why Bel Aire is the Metro's community of choice.
Bel Aire Quick Facts:
Date of Incorporation: November 26, 1980
Land Area: 6.83 sq. miles
Elevation: 1,400 ft
- County: Sedgwick
ZIP Code: 67220, 67226
Time Zone: Central Standard Time (CST)
Public School District: USD 259
Government: Council - Manager
Sales Tax: 7.15%
To find out more about Bel Aire, visit the US Census Bureau's Quick Facts about Bel Aire, KS