What’s Happening in Wichita County

Wichita County Farmers’ & Artisan Market

Every Wednesday from the beginning of May through the end of October, the lawn of the Wichita County Courthouse will be the place to buy fresh produce and local art. The market begins each Wednesday at 5pm, weather permitting. If you’d like to be a vendor, fill out the Artisan Market Rules 2015 and return it to the Wichita County Economic Development Office located at 106 W. Broadway. For more information, call (620)375-2182.

Donate now to the WCHS Track Fund through Wichita County Community Foundation

The WCHS Track Fund reached $242,000 by December 31. Thanks to many great donors for making this possible! We are halfway to the goal. Don’t miss AIM for the Track 5K on April 18 and Flapjacks for the Track on June 6 to raise money to reach the finish line.

Are you interested in moving to Wichita County?

Have you heard about ROZ?

Rural Opportunity Zones are 50 counties that have been authorized to offer one or both of the following financial incentives to new full-time residents:

  • Kansas income tax waivers for up to five years
  • Student loan repayments up to $15,000

For more information, click here.

You can make Wichita County your home &  we can help!

• Available Jobs • Business Start-up Assistance • Network Kansas E-Community • Investment Opportunities • Rural Opportunity Zone (ROZ) Incentives • Tax Deductible Charitable Giving Options

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Wichita County residents enjoy a quality of life that is attractive to people seeking a simpler way of life. The citizens of Wichita County retain the hard-working, pioneering spirit that characterized their ancestors, and at the same time, look to the future with a progressive attitude and a vision for the future.