The City is committed to promoting an environment of building structures which are safe, accessible and provide for a healthy living environment.

Learn more about the inspection process and applying for a building permit for your next project.

A variety of amenities are provided to the citizens of Frontenac including parks, ballfields, a very affordable rec center, and more. Learn more below.

Most records of city government are open to inspection with certain exceptions recognized by Kansas Law. Learn more about open government and obtaining public records.

Staff at City Hall can be reached Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at (620) 231-9210 to take utility payments, take trouble calls with water or sewer, or for turn-ons or turn-offs. Read more about signing up for automatic payments or paying online.

Learn what it takes to produce your drinking water, while meeting regulations and maintaining infrastructure. Several projects are on the horizon which will affect all of our citizens.

City Ordinance allows the operation of golf carts on city streets by licensed drivers 18 and older. City Hall is responsible for licensing and can be reached Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at (620) 231-9210. Read more below.

The Frontenac Police Department accomplishes the goals of protecting public safety and ensuring animal welfare through compassionate, responsive, professional enforcement of the laws and public policy. Learn more about animal control and licensing requirements.

Waste must go somewhere. Most prefer not to know where. But every citizen needs to understand how the city treats waste water to meet regulations at a minimal cost. Read more below.