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City of Scranton
120 W. Boone St., P.O. Box 218
Scranton, Kansas 66537-0218
Office: 785-793-2414
Fax: 785-793-2332



News

Consumer Confidence Water Report 2014
PDF Report

 

Fall Newsletter 2014

Fall Newsletter

Winter Newsletter 2014

Winter Newsletter

 

 

 

 

 

 

City Code Now Online
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2009
Easter Egg Slide Show
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2010 Official Website
Saturday in the Park
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Annual City Events

Easter Egg Hunt – Saturday before Easter

City Wide Garage Sale – First Weekend in June

Lions Parade – Saturday before Independence Day

Saturday in the Park – 4th Saturday in June.

 

Visit the City Calendar for more information.


HOLIDAY OFFICE HOURS - CLOSED NOVEMBER 27TH & 28TH, DECEMBER 25TH & 26TH & JANUARY 1ST & 2ND.


     



    
Once a booming coal mining town Scranton (population 724) is now a small, quiet, “bedroom” community located fifteen miles south of Topeka on the Santa Fe Trail (US Hwy 56).  Scranton is surrounded by assiduous farm land and is a wonderful place to reside with a peaceful small town environment and the convenience of the “city” just a short drive away.

     There is a proficient grade school in town and a prominent consolidated high school five miles east of town (the Santa Fe Trail Chargers). With the small “student to teacher ratio” and the devotion of the staff, students flourish in the erudite atmosphere. There are after school programs and winter sports during the school year as well as a summer library during the break. On any given summer night the cheering supporters can be heard from the city ball park as the local ball association hosts the nightly games. 

     Scranton is home to four local churches. 
The Scranton Evangelical Covenant, Lighthouse Assembly of God, Scranton United Methodist Church and Saint Patrick Catholic Church. All have weekly services/mass that also include a variety of activities some of which are Sunday school classes, adult bible studies, and youth groups.

     The business district accommodates a convenience store, bank, café, restaurant, saloon, post office, telephone company, consignment store, tire/auto repair shop, auto sales, car wash, dog grooming, knife sharpening, variety store, cabinet shop, storage units, two construction businesses, three antique stores, fire department, city maintenance shop, and the city municipal offices.  

     The community is made up primarily of single family housing, several rental properties, two mobile home parks and an income based apartment complex for the aging and disabled.

     Whether you are looking for a quite place to retire or a safe family oriented community to raise a family, Scranton is the place for you!

     Thank you for visiting our website. Hopefully you will return often and check out the changes and updates we have planned for the future.  We hope you enjoyed it and found it to be informative but most of all we hope to meet you in person someday soon.

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