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   Welcome to the City of Pratt

The City of Pratt, Kansas is proud to serve its citizens and strives to provide the best possible public and utility services including water, sewer, trash and electric. Pratt has a population of nearly 6,500 strategically located on highways US54/400, US281 and K-61. Pratt is the area's regional center for shopping, medical care, higher education, cultural activities, outdoor recreation, agriculture, and industry. All together, these make Pratt a highly diversified community with a small town feel.

Pratt is proud of its 270 acres of parks and recreation facilities. The largest park in Pratt, Lemons Park, is approximately 117 acres and has a nature trail, wood sculptures, pond, shelter houses, gazebo, lighted walking path, and many sports and play facilities. The City of Pratt continues to develop the park systems for all and future generations. Parks and recreation are a big part of our community.

Focusing on the future, Pratt is proud to be moving in a progressive direction, supporting extensive growth and business opportunities. From new construction to the expansion of the business park, Pratt is always looking to move forward while keeping its family-oriented roots firmly planted.

2015 North Main Street Project

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  2015 North Mail Street Project

Proposed Lemon Park Improvement Project

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  Proposed Lemon Park Improvement Project
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Pratt News
N. Main Railroad Crossing:

On Thursday, October 22nd and Friday, October 23rd, 2015 (THIS WEEK), Union Pacific will have the North Main (US 281) Railroad Crossing totally closed to traffic for replacement of the crossing. Please plan your alternative route accordingly.


The Main Street bricks that have been stockpiled north of the College in the Business Park are now available to the General Public. The bricks are for use by the citizens of Pratt County only. Bricks shall be loaded by hand, not by loaders or large equipment, to ensure that everyone has a fair opportunity to acquire their share of the bricks for their own use. Contractors and other Cities are not permitted access to the bricks for any reason.


The City of Pratt would like anyone who has sewer drain problems on the lowest floor of your home to call the City crews first before calling a plumber. City crews will check the sewer mains to determine if the problem is in the main or in your private line at no charge. This may help avoid an unnecessary plumbing bill and prevent damage to your home. Please call 672-3191, 672-3866 or 672-3831 after hours.

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