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Pawnee Rock city officials
Pawnee Rock straddles U.S. Highway 56 and and K-156 in the southwestern corner of Barton County.
Who is Pawnee Rock? Here are the demographics: the people, households, income, education and racial/ethnic makeup of our town. Estimates of the city's population differ. The population estimated by the census in 2009 was 321, but the Directory of Kansas Public Officials says it's now 252. The census in 2000 showed 356 residents, and four years later the estimate was 341.
On Centre Street, between the fire station and tennis court and across from the Christian Church.
Gary Adams (elected April 2, 2013). He replaced Tim Parret (on June 4, 2007, replaced Mike Kirkman, who was elected in April 2007 and later resigned; elected 2009 and 2011)
The council meets at 7 p.m. on the first Monday of the month. In September, it's on the second Monday.
Members recently were listed as:
Recent members: Nicki Roof, Toni Stimatze, Gary Trotnic, Mike Kirkman, Walt McCowan, Merita Rice, Mike Kirkman, Richard Lohr, and Shane Bowman.
City clerk and treasurer
The Barton County Sheriff's Office in Great Bend patrols Pawnee Rock and provides emergency service. Call 911 for emergencies. For other calls, dial (620) 793-1876.
Ronald Smith of Larned
The Barton County Assessor's Office sets the taxable property values for Pawnee Rock.
Gas, electric, water, sewer, cable TV and Internet are available.
Pawnee Rock students attend USD 495 schools in Larned.
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