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Reading Lions Welcome Wagon
New to Reading? Please take a few minutes to print out and complete this PDF then drop off at City Hall. Our Reading Lions Club would love to welcome you to town with a gift basket made just for you and your family!
EFV’s are mechanical shut-off devices that can be installed on the gas service line, which is the gas pipe running from the gas main to the gas meter on your property. An EFV is designed to shut off the flow of natural gas automatically if the service line breaks, for example, by an excavation accident or vehicle striking the meter set. Stopping the flow of gas from a broken service line significantly reduces the risk of natural gas fire, explosion, personal injury and/or property damage. EFV’s are not however, designed to close if a leak occurs beyond the gas meter (or house piping or appliances), or if the leak on the service line is too small to trip (close) the EFV. Click on EFV PDF icon to read entire document.
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Application for utilities
Need to file a complaint in the City of Reading... click on PDF to print out form. Complete and take to City Hall to file.
Consumer Confidence Report for drinking water.
Click here to view the KDHE Consumer Confidence Report for water.
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 for ECAT. /www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009659769173
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. The address is 306 S Martin Street Osage City.
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.
For other services Osage County residents contact ECKAN in Osage County at 785-528-5184. Lyon County residents contact ECKAN in Lyon County at (620) 342-4607. Or for more information please visit their website at: