Welcome to Bentley!
We're glad you are here!
Enjoy peaceful, country-style living in a safe, close-knit community only minutes away from the big city. Bentley’s convenient location, near the center of the triangle formed by the metropolitan areas of Wichita, Hutchinson and Newton, makes it a desirable location for business and homeowners. Easy access is available to either of three major highways; the
four-lane expressway of K-96; Federal Highway U.S. 50; or Interstate I-135. Residents often commute to one of those three metropolitan areas for work, while enjoying small town living and small town schools.
Planning Commission meeting @ 6pm January 7th 2022
Land Bank Meeting January 13th @ 6:15pm
Park & Rec Meeting January 11th @ 7pm
Utilities Bills Due December 18th
Commodities are January 19th @ 1pm location Senior Center
CITY HALL CLOSED January 17th for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Coffee and Donuts with the Officers 7:30-9am at City Hall
The Bentley PD is an active member of Kansas Crimestoppers. To anonymously report any tips or crime information in the Wichita area, call 316-267-2111. You may be eligible for a cash reward.
The Bentley Police Department is now offering house checks to those citizens who are going to be out of town and want someone to check on their house.
Stop by City Hall for the form or call 316-796-1799 for more information.
The Bentley Eagle Senior Center
Everyone is welcome to come to the Bentley Eagle Senior Center!
Coffee and cookies
every day except Sunday from
7:00 am to 9:00 am
Breakfast every Saturday starting May 22nd @ 7:30am
Newly painted sign being hung by the CIA (Community Improvement Association)
And what do you want for Christmas?
City Council Meeting
January 13th Council Meeting 7pm
January 27th Council Meeting 7pm
All meetings may be subject to change
2022 New Dog Tags are Available at City Hall.
The Sedgwick County Animal Control has teamed up with the City of Bentley to now register your dog for the Sedgwick County Dog License. Please bring a copy of the current vaccinations to the City Building and fill out the registration form. All fees are due at the time of registering your Dog. Also any other fees or fines (kennel fees, running at large or vicious dog fines, etc.) are still in force with the City of Bentley.
The purpose of the enforcement is to get all dogs in town registered so owners can be contacted if necessary.
The City of Bentley contracts with Sedgwick County Animal Control for their services. To report an issue involving animals you may call 660-7070.
Emergency Water Assistance Program
Have you or your water customers been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic that has caused drinking water and wastewater bills to go unpaid?
There is help available starting Dec. 1.
The Emergency Water Assistance Program (EWAP) is a federally funded program that is being administered for Kansas residents by the Kansas Department for Children and Families.
Click on the button below to view the flyer that explains how the Program works and what it can provide.
The Emergency Water Assistance Program (EWAP) application for qualifying Kansas households will be available Dec. 1. Once the funding runs out, the program will close. Submit the application as soon as possible on or after Dec. 1.
An EWAP qualifying Kansas household is:
Currently disconnected from drinking water and/or wastewater services or have received a disconnection notice.
At least one adult household member must be responsible for drinking water and/or wastewater costs incurred at the primary residence payable to either the landlord or to the water utility vendor.
At least one household member must be a US citizen or meet the lawful residency requirements.
Combined gross income equal to or less than 150% of Federal Poverty Level (FPL).
2021 Income Eligibility Guidelines Household Size150% Monthly FPL
The Emergency Water Assistance Program, also known as the Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP), was authorized by the American Rescue Plan of 2021 and the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021.
Visit www.DCF.KSgov/EWAP to: Download materials, watch recorded virtual information session and review frequently asked questions.
Need to pay your utility bill or a court fine? Just click below to go to our payment site.
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