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Holiday Lighting Contest Winners!
Posted on Dec 30th, 2019
As you may have noticed the postcard in the mailer earlier this month, there was a Holiday Lighting contest this year! The Board put on their Santa hats and scoped out the houses with the most holiday spirit! Congratulations to the following homeowners.
2019 Lighting Contest Winner - 551 E Apache St
2019 Lighting Honorable Mention - 555 S Maple St
The winner will be receiving a $100 gift card and the honorable mention homeowner will receive $50 gift card!
The Board of Directors hopes everyone had a wonderful holiday season and are looking forward to a Happy New Year! 
Willow Springs 2019 Budget
Posted on Jan 18th, 2019
If you are unable to attend the annual meeting, please see the 2019 budget at the link below.
City of Gardner Snow Removal Program
Posted on Jan 27th, 2014
Weather extremes and changes bring significant challenges to the Public Works employees who are responsible for making sure your streets are usable in the winter months. The City’s snow removal    program is designed to utilize available resources effectively and economically. These resources include long labor hours and special equipment and chemicals, such as salt and calcium chloride. The snow and ice policy is intended to keep vehicular traffic moving as safely as possible with the existing weather conditions.
When a winter storm is forecast, the Public Works staff formulates a plan of action that takes into account the time of day, type of weather, temperature, wind, expected length of the storm, etc. Notifications and updates on any treatment or removal will posted on the City’s website at http://www.gardnerkansas.gov.
If ice or a light snow occurs (less than 2”), and plowing is not required, city trucks will spot-treat with materials only. The City is divided into four (4) quadrants, with four (4) levels of snow treatment/removal:
Priority 1
Thoroughfare & Arterial Roads:  Plowed by single-axle dump trucks continuously during snowfall.
Priority 2
Collector & Main-line Residential Roads:  Plowed by single-axle dump trucks continuously during snowfall.
Priority 3
Local Residential Streets:  Plowed after Priority 2 is completed, beginning after snowfall ends.
Priority 4
Cul-de-sacs:  Plowed after snowfall and after Priority 2 and 3 streets are cleared.