covid response
  1. Virtual Recreation

    Virtual Recreation

    During this time of social distancing, instead of face to face interaction, we’re posting fun things for you to do on Facebook. Follow us on Facebook @BonnerSpringsParks. Every day we are posting something different. Read on...
  2. StayHomeKC

    City of Bonner Springs Facility Closures for COVID-19 Precautionary Measures

    UPDATE 3/36/20: For the health and safety of our staff, residents, and patrons, all City facilities will be closed to the public through April 23 due to the Stay at Home order in the county and surrounding area. Read on...
  3. News Release Non-Essential Programming Cancelled through April 3

    Non-Essential Programming Cancelled through April 23rd

    The City of Bonner Springs supports UG CEO/Mayor David Alvey’s declaration of a State of Emergency. Mayor Harrington has declared a State of Emergency in the City as a precautionary measure. Bonner Springs is cancelling programming through April 23. Read on...
  4. Member passes

    Pool Passes on Sale Now

    Spend your summer in the sun at an affordable price by purchasing a membership to the Bonner Springs Aquatic Park. Individual, Senior and Family passes available to purchase. Season begins May 23rd! Read on...
  5. GSC Sign rect

    Learn More About the Government Services Center Project

    The Government Services Center is an investment the City is making downtown to improve our facilities and the efficiency of our services to you. Read on...
  6. Text to Join Newsletter Signup

    Join our E-News Mailing List

    The City is making every possible effort to communicate with our citizens using various means. Join our mailing list to have news and events delivered straight to your inbox. Read on...
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  1. Sunflower

    Welcome to Bonner Springs!

    Our "playground of attractions" is often surprising to the thousands of visitors who travel to this 
    small suburban city nestled among the rolling hills and trees along the Kansas River.