Due to the weather we cannot put anything in it that might spoil. These items are at The Cafe. If you are in need just stop by and ask what is available. Thanks Reta Jackson
Give what you can... take what you need... and be blessed. It is for anyone in need or anyone who would like to share.
Please get your animals vaccinated and bring copy of rabies vaccination to City Hall for new dog tags.
ECAT is the food pantry in Osage City, Osage ECKAN works with ECAT to send out information. Be sure to LIKE Osage ECKAN FaceBook page for posts from ECAT and for ECKAN food distribution days at 528 Market St. Facebook page:
For other services Osage County residents contact ECKAN in Osage City at (785) 528-5184. Lyon County residents contact ECKAN in Emporia at (620) 342-4607. Or for more information please visit their website at: http://www.eckan.org/.
Community Building is available for rent!
100 person gathering limit. Rental fees $50 up to four hours & $100 for over four. $100 deposit required, refundable with favorable inspection after event. Clean restrooms, kitchen, floors, empty trash, clean tables and chairs (list in kitchen). Big screen TV available when renting building which requires an additional $50.00 deposit. Community Building is located in Reading City Park. Note: Not available for rent weekends before elections or New Years' Eve. No alcohol or pets. Please call city hall to fill out rental agreement and reserve your special day.
UMC Blessing Box
Each site has electricity, water and sewer. Rental fees are $15 per day. Please call city hall or click here to book and pay for site!
The Reading Fire Department has free smoke detectors and/or carbon monoxide detectors if any one needs them. Contact any Reading fireman or stop in at the station, when you see someone is there.
Harvesters food distribution is at 10am on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Stay in your car and line up at the Osage City High School football field parking lot. You will need to open your doors or trunk.
Reading residents are welcome to contact ECAT for food
(785) 528-8164. They are open on Wednesdays 1-3:30pm
and households can get food once a month. 306 S. Martin St.
Lebo Community Food Pantry 420 N Maple St. Open to everyone in the 66856 and 66868 zip code. Located at the back of the Lebo Baptist Church. Open Monday 5-7pm, Thursday 9-11am, and 1st Saturday of each month 10am-12pm. Have questions, please call 620-340-2355 and leave a message.
Honor Flight recognizes American veterans for your sacrifice and achievements by flying you to Washington, D.C. to see your memorial at no cost. Top priority is given to WWII and terminally ill veterans from all wars. Honor Flight could also include Korean and Vietnam veterans, depending on number of applications
Coffee Club at
The Miracle Cafe
Happy Hour Everyday!
Join us during Happy Hour and enjoy a hot cup of coffee and fellowship for a free will donation.
All proceeds go to the RCD
for community projects!
Click here to view the Sewer and Drains Ordinance.
Click here to view the KDHE
Consumer Confidence Report for water.
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Speed limit in the City of Reading!
The local weather stations continue to monitor large weather events that can impact our area. Please stay advised as weather changes. The advisories are in effect to give heads up for all local emergency situations.
Touching any of the logos below will send you directly
to their websites.
SIREN TESTS TIME
The Reading Community WEEKLY testing of emergency readiness equipment will be on every Monday at Noon. We look to maintain the safety of our community through constant upkeep of our resources.
Think about your mailbox or house and how well it is marked in case EMS or the Sheriff's Office need to respond in an emergency!
Basic Emergency Supply Kit
FEMA recommended disaster supplies kit and this should be considered as the minimum that everyone should have ready.
. First aid kit
. Battery-powered or hand crank radio and a
NOAA Weather Radio
. Battery-powered or hand crank flashlight with extra batteries
. Whistle to Signal for help
. Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities
. Cell phone with chargers, inverter or solar charger
. Local maps, have an evacuation plan ready
. Dust mask to help filter contaminated air,
plastic sheeting and duct tape to shelter-in-place
. Food, at least a three day supply of non- perishable food. Manual can opener for food.
. Garbage bags, moist towelettes and plastic ties
for personal sanitation
. Water, one gallon per person per day for at least three days, for drinking and sanitation