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About City of Ottawa
The City of Ottawa is a full-service entity with a $50,000,000 budget. The following services are provided by the City of Ottawa: ?Finance and Utility Billing/collection ?Water treatment ?Water distribution ?Wastewater collection ?Wastewater treatment ?Electric generation ?Electric distribution ?Streets and Alleys ?Parks (including swimming pool)?Cemeteries ?Fire ?Police ?Planning and Zoning ?Codes Administration ?Human Resources ?Municipal Court ?Municipal Auditorium ?Municipal Airport The City purchased the utilities in 1905 and currently operates electric, water. wastewater, stormwater and broadband utilities. The electric system transfers approximately $1,100,000 to the General Fund each year. The City employs 28 full-time police officers. One is a Community Services Officer who handles animal control and one is a School Resource Officer for USD 290 schools funded by a 3-year ($125,000) COPS Grant awarded by the Department of Justice on September 1, 2013. Wastewater Treatment Facility The City maintains eight parks: Forest Park in the northwest corner of the city is notable for its mature trees and recreational facilities, including the municipal s...wimming pool. Kanza Park has a 4,200 foot walking track lit with vintage Victorian light fixtures from Main Street. City Park has a renovated bandstand used for summer concerts and the Carnegie Cultural Center, operated by the Community Arts Council. Freedom Park is a neighborhood facility on the east side of town. Haley Park serves as a focal point for downtown events. Heritage Park, located on the northeast side of town, boasts a ¼ mile-walking track. Orlis Cox Ball Fields serve as a baseball complex for the community. The Prairie Spirit Rail Trail, a state park, starts in Ottawa and extents through Iola. The City owns and operates a Municipal Airport encompassing 440 acres. Ground was broke for a new runway in 2012. The facility includes a T-hangar; hard surface tie-downs; a hard surface runway; hard surface taxi-way, and one sod runway. The City owns the Ottawa Municipal Airport (KOWI), located approximately 2.5 miles south of the city limits and encompassing approximately 335 acres. Additionally, the City of Ottawa owns approximately 160 acres across Montana Road from the Airport, land which is currently leased by Kansas State University for an Agricultural Experiment Station. The main concrete runway was reconstructed in 2012, and received project quality award recognition at local and national levels.
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