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Who We Are

Reading – Kansas - USA

A public Square Community


Reading Kansas

What We Offer

I'm Reading,Kansas and we bring to you the simple life.  Small town America is proud to offer the ease of country-living.  A community with a less hurried atmosphere, good schools, friendly planning, tight bonds, and an emphasis on family values through hard-work and community pride.

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Reading Fire Department

Reading Benefit Fire Department

(620) 699-3456

Call ahead for extra awareness during pasture & other field burning.  We want a safe burn season for all.


Reading Community Development

Meetings on Saturdays, TBA

11:30am The Miracle Cafe

Sponsor of many community events like Family Fun Night!


Reading 4-H Club

Meets 2nd Wednesday

6:30pm at The Miracle Cafe

Contact: Tara Senft

Reading Library

17 Vine (Library) 18 Vine (Bette)

Contact:  Bette Eby to open for you.

Reading Lions Club

Meets 3rd Monday

6:30pm The Miracle Cafe

Contact:  Rosalie Voorhees (620)699-3879


Reading First Baptist Church

101 Vine

Sunday Bible Study at 9:30am

Worship Service at 10:30am

Pastor Lyle Williams


Reading United Methodist Church

33 Franklin

Adult Sunday School at 10am

Children Sunday School at 10:15am

Worship Service at 11am

Pastor Michael Turner

Barbara's Book Club

Meeting TBA  11:30am

Meeting place TBA.

Contact:  Malonne Davies  (620) 794-4324


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City of Reading



Reading City Hall

(620) 699-3870


Hours:  M/T/TH/F 8:30am– 12:30pm

& WED 8:30am– 3:30pm


City Council meetings

Meets 1st Thursday each month

7:00pm at Community Building

Mayor plus 5 council members


City Maintenance Manager  

(620) 794-0556

Brian Knight


RV Sites

Sites $15 a day, available by contacting City Hall.


Community Building

Rental available by contacting City Hall completing rental agreement and making payment.  $50 deposit required plus $50 for half day rental and $100 for full day.  Deposit is refundable if building is left in good order.   For an additional $50.00 deposit, a big screen 
TV is available for use when renting the building.  No rentals on weekends before an election and on New Year's Eve.  No petsl.

Monthly City Newsletter/Website

City news is distributed with city bills.  Community news available on this website Newsletter page or our FaceBook page.  News & updates added monthly. Contact: Linda Woods by middle of preceding month at: to contribute to newsletter. 


Reading City Park

Features a ball diamond, basketball court, shelter house, modern playground equipment, gazebo as well as a 9- hole disc golf course.


Recycling Trailer

The Recycling trailer is parked in front of the school on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays each month.  If the 1st of the month falls on a Wednesday or Thursday, then it's there on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.  There are bins for newspaper, magazines, junk mail, #2  plastic, color plastic like detergent bottles, cardboard, tin cans, milk jugs, pop bottles, clear and colored glass containers.  Dates:  February 8 & 22, March 7 & 21,  April 4 & 18, May 9 & 23, June 6 & 20, July 3 & 18,  August 8 & 22, September 5 & 19, October 3 & 17,  November 7 & 21, December 5 & 19.   Please check to be sure the trailer is on the site before loading up your recycling.

A flourishing community dedicated to faith, liberty, family, and  pride!

City of Reading

Working Together

Reading Vision

Come grow with us!!

Reading, KS
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