COVID-19 Response

COVID-19 Response

Key Information The City of Hoyt is continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation. We will update Hoyt specific information on this page as the situation changes. City Council Meeting-March 18, 2020 Hoyt City Council met for a special meeting on March 18th. The Council...
Eagle Scout Planning Dog Park

Eagle Scout Planning Dog Park

Eagle Scout candidate Tyson Parks is the latest Scout to work to enhance the City of Hoyt. His Eagle Scout project is to design, fund-raise, and build a dog park in the City Park.  This aggressive project is bringing another addition to City Park to offer more...
City Fireworks Ordinances

City Fireworks Ordinances

Join the community Independence Day celebration at City Park. Hosted by Hoyt Rural Fire During your celebrations for Independence Day, please respect your neighbors and our community. Please properly dispose of all fireworks trash. Everyone have a safe and happy...
2019 Water Quality Report

2019 Water Quality Report

Annually the Kansas Department of Health and Environment samples and reports on the quality of the City’s water. The attached report will outline the findings. Any questions can be addressed to City Clerk Shawna Blackwood, 785.986.6385. 2019 Consumer Confidence...
Independence Day Celebration

Independence Day Celebration

Hoyt’s annual Independence Day celebration is set for July 3rd. Come join the community for a community cookout, ice cream social, and of course fireworks! Donations will be accepted at each event to support both the Hoyt Rural Fire District #3 and Hoyt United...
The ‘Run for the Fallen’ visits Hoyt

The ‘Run for the Fallen’ visits Hoyt

On June 4th ‘The Run for the Fallen’ passed through Hoyt. The Run is now an annual event that honors and remembers fallen soldiers since the beginning of the War on Terror. For more information visit The Run for the Fallen. ‘The Run for the...

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