During the school year, the community gathers to cheer the school volleyball teams, football teams, and basketball teams on to victory. Christmas gives the music department a chance to shine during the vocal/instrumental program.
The City operates a public swimming pool. Kids' summer baseball/softball gives the kids an opportunity to excel in summer sports.
The Labor Day Parade is one of our best community events. Also included in the festivities is a 5K fun-run, egg toss, and ranch rodeo.
702 Cedar St Kansas 67024
Tel: +1.620.758.2244 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm, Except holidays
Caney Valley Electric Co-op 620-758-2261
Fire Department 620-758-2567
Natural Gas 888-286-6700
Newspaper-Cedar Vale Lookout
Public Library 620-758-2598
Police Department 620-758-2951
SKTC (cable, phone, internet) 888-758-8976
US Post Office 620-758-2296
City Clerk, Emili Leniton Moore, will answer your questions. Please give her a call at 620-758-2244.
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Cedar Vale was founded in 1869 by J. R. Marsh, who was "hunting a place of peace and rest." He was captivated by the local tall-grass prairie, the beauty of nearby Lookout Mountain, and the rich bottom-land of the Caney River Valley. Platted the following year, the town was laid out on the diagonal, rather than aligning with N-S compass points. This layout gave an unobstructed view of the Caney River and Cedar Creek Valleys.
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Cedar Vale is just about the closest thing to a Norman Rockwell print that you can get. For example, people in Cedar Vale know their neighbors' names - both first and last. When we see each other we offer a friendly wave, and we still greet one another with a "Hello!"
It isn't too unusual for a neighbor to interrupt an evening stroll when they notice you sitting on your front porch. Be sure to keep the coffee pot on, or have a pitcher of refreshing lemonade or iced tea in the refrigerator for such occasions.
Our secret is out! Come visit us and discover Cedar Vale. Friendly people, a wonderful school, beautiful tree-covered rolling hills, and adequate power and water make Cedar Vale the only place you'll want to call home.