|Lat/Long:||37-58-10.2000N / 101-15-19.3000W
37-58.170000N / 101-15.321667W
37.9695000 / -101.2553611
|From city:||2 miles N of LAKIN, KS|
|Time zone:||UTC -5 (UTC -6 during Standard Time)|
|Airport use:||Open to the public|
|ARTCC:||KANSAS CITY CENTER|
|FSS:||WICHITA FLIGHT SERVICE STATION|
|NOTAMs facility:||ICT (NOTAM-D service available)|
|Pattern altitude:||3900 ft. MSL
TPA 3900 MSL.
|Beacon:||white-green (lighted land airport)|
Nearby radio navigation aids
|VOR radial/distance||VOR name||Freq||Var|
|GCKr266/25.3||GARDEN CITY VORTAC||113.30||11E|
|ULYSSES||004/23.0||395||09E||ULS||..- .-.. ...|
|BEAR CREEK||042/30.3||341||07E||JHN||.--- .... -.|
|SCOTT CITY||201/35.2||256||08E||TQK||- --.- -.-|
|Dimensions:||3400 x 40 ft. / 1036 x 12 m|
|Surface:||asphalt, in good condition|
|Runway edge lights:||medium intensity|
|Runway edge markings:||14/32 NSTD MARKINGS; INCORRECT SPACING, FADED & NARROW WIDTH..|
|RUNWAY 14||RUNWAY 32|
|Markings:||NSTD, in fair condition||NSTD, in fair condition|
15 FT ROAD 50 FT FROM THLD.
|10 ft. road, 250 ft. from runway, 5:1 slope to clear
PVT ROAD 50 FT FM THR CONTROLLED BY ARPT.
|Dimensions:||2600 x 90 ft. / 792 x 27 m|
|Surface:||turf, in poor condition
ROUGH & UNEVEN.
|RUNWAY 2||RUNWAY 20|
|Obstructions:||none||32 ft. pline, 420 ft. from runway, 100 ft. left of centerline, 13:1 slope to clear|
Airport Ownership and Management from official FAA records
LAKIN, KS 67860
LAKIN, KS 67860
Airport Operational Statistics
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COURTESY VEHICLE AVBL 24 HRS
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Lakin Electric Utility
The City of Lakin Electric Utility provides electric services within the city limits.
The utility has two divisions: Electric Production and Electric Distribution
Electric Production is responsible for the generation of electricity and monitoring of electricity purchased from Sunflower Electric Power Corp and the Western Area Power Administration. They also maintain and handle safety awareness in regard to the Natural Gas Pipeline that supplies the power plant.
Electric Distribution is responsible for maintenance of the power grid and customer metering services. They also ensure regulatory compliance for safe handling and disposal of electric power transformers.
ELECTRIC POWER RATES:
Minimum Charge (includes 85 kW/h): $10.00
Additional per kW/h: $0.105
Energy Adjustment Charge per kW/h: $0.0295 12/ mo. average 10/10 to 09/11 Variable by Market Conditions.
CITY OF LAKIN STREET DEPARTMENT
The Street Department is responsible for the maintenance of streets and alleys within the City of Lakin. During inclement weather they also work to ensure that storm water drainage and snow removal tasks are completed. Scott Haney is the Street Department Superintendent.
*Must be approved by Building Inspector / City Clerk before start of project.
Snow Removal Policy
1) Main Street, Kearny County Fire Department drive entrances and the streets surrounding the Hospital (Thorpe Street, Harold’s Place, Thelma’s Place and Court Place) to allow for commercial and emergency traffic. US Highway 50 is maintained by KDOT. If City streets leading to US Highway 50 are plowed shut, we will open them as resources allow in the event that KDOT does not choose to open them. Snow will generally be removed in these areas as soon as is practical to ensure adequate room for parking and traffic.
2) Bopp Blvd.
3) If school will be held that day, the City will prioritize snow removal along Kingman Avenue from Bopp Blvd. to Campbell Street; and on Campbell Street from US Highway 50 to Wayne Avenue as needed. This may also include other streets surrounding school buildings if accumulation is great enough to impede traffic.
4) Lincoln Avenue from Lakin Street to Kansas Street if accumulation is significant.
5) Kendall Avenue if accumulation is significant.
6) Valley gutters will be cleared at the following intersections as weather conditions and equipment availability allow. On Kansas Street from Prairie Avenue to Waterman Avenue; on Lakin Street from Lincoln Avenue to Waterman Avenue, Buffalo Street at Kingman Avenue, Lincoln Avenue, and Waterman Avenue.
7) Depending on storm conditions some street on the edges of town that experience drifting and significant accumulation.
8) As snow melts the City will ask for cooperation to ensure that we can move melt water away quickly along the following routes.
a. On Russell Road from O’Loughlin Street to Cemetery Road.
b. On Wayne Avenue, Garfield Street, Lincoln Avenue from Garfield Street to Western Street and on Western Street south to the drainage ditch.
9) Alleys will be cleared only in event that refuse or electric services need access and find an alley impassable.
10) If a property has angle parking inset from the curb line, it is the responsibility of the landowner to clear the parking area.
Salt and Sand Operations:
The City will apply sand or a salt/sand mixture at controlled intersections throughout the City. Priority will be:
1. Business Districts and Hospital/Health facilities
2. Streets surrounding school facilities.
3. Other controlled intersections as needed.
Brine will be applied to the length of Main Street if conditions are suitable for
application. This is done with the assistance of KDOT.