702 Cedar St Kansas 67024
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.
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Tel: +1.620.758.2244 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm, Except holidays
City Clerk, Emili Leniton Moore, will answer your questions. Please give her a call at 620-758-2244.
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.
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
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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.