Resources for Barton County residents and residents of surrounding counties and communities: 2022 Barton County Resource Guide 2021 Barton County Resource Guide Kansas Family Partnership Alcohol and Drug . . .
Communicable diseases are contagious and may be transmitted from human to human, animal to human, insect to human, or infectious agent or toxin to human direct or indirect contacts. Reportable Diseases . . .
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Heartland Walking Trails is Sunflower Foundation funded grant project that provides an electronic guide to walking trails and paths in the partner counties of Barton, Rice, Stafford, and Pawnee Counties. Trail and Walking Path . . .
Maternal & Infant Health M & I Health serves pregnant and post-partum child-bearing women and their infants with an emphasis on adolescents and high-risk pregnancies. The purpose of this program is . . .
Screening Tests and Children's Immunizations Lead and hemoglobin screening, nutritional counseling, and . . .
CENTRAL KANSAS PARTNERSHIP The Central Kansas Partnership is a prevention coalition of parents, professionals and concerned citizens from Barton, Pawnee, Rice, Stafford, Rush and Ellsworth Counties. . . .
If you’ve ever had a vaccination, assumed the water from your tap is safe, taken your child to daycare, expected the restaurant you eat in to be clean and safe, been screened . . .
Macksville Mustang Trail is the name nominated by USD 351 students and selected by Macksville City Council for the trail to be used by walkers and runners for fitness and recreation . The trail loop . . .
Lyons is the county seat of Rice County and was founded in 1876. Today its population of nearly 3700 residents enjoy the historic and modern aspects of their city. The historic center town square around the county courthouse is . . .
Quivira National Wildlife Refuge is ten miles to the south of Ellinwood, KS. It's 21 miles of canals divert water to 34 wetlands from 10 to 1,500 acres in size. Its area contains the Big and Little Salt Marshes that were market . . .
St. John is the county seat of Stafford County and home to over 1300 residents. The city boasts a traditional town square with a historic replica of the Statue of Liberty gracing the Northeast corner at 4th and Broadway. . . .
Sterling is located in Rice County and is home to Sterling College, a thriving downtown, and numerous activities for its residents. The city has one of the prettiest parks in Kansas, built around a lake at the southeast corner of . . .
Larned is the county seat of Pawnee County and is situated on the the historic Santa Fe Trail. Established in 1873, the city has many significant early day homes and public buildings that can be enjoyed as a leisurely walk . . .
Quilt Walk Barton County Courthouse and Jack Kilby Square Length: 1942 feet or .37 miles Special Features: Quilt Squares inlaid at corners and intersections . . .
85 S. Highway 281, Great Bend, Kansas The Museum and Village provides an interesting afternoon walk for visitors from April to November with special events at Christmas and other holidays. Visit the Barton . . .
Britt Spaugh Park Park Walk around the ponds and large animal pens Open 6:00 AM - 12 Midnight Length 3842 feet or .40 miles . . .
Barton County is located in the middle of the Central Flyway and has wetlands of international importance: Cheyenne Bottoms in northern Barton County and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge in Stafford County. . . .
Tradition Trail is the name nominated by USD 112 students and selected by Claflin Recreation Commission for the trail long used by Claflin walkers, runners, and teams for training and recreation. . . .
Year-round walking activities are available with an excellent track at the City Park on the northwest side of Ellinwood, as well as a golf course, swimming pool, archery range, ball fields, tennis courts, and fishing at Wolf Pond. . . .
This entertaining 1 mile walk begins and ends at the historic Barton County Courthouse. Other historic buildings along the walk include commercial buildings in downtown Great Bend and historic school buildings. The route . . .
Great Bend Mural Walk in Downtown Great Bend You don't have to visit a museum to find art in Great Bend! Murals decorate the walls of many buildings in the downtown area. Painted by high school . . .
The Riverside Hike and Bike Path was envisioned as a multi-phase project that accompanied the Great Bend Flood Control Project along the Arkansas River and the construction of the new "Front Door" Community Center. Phase 1 of . . .
41 McKinley Street, Great Bend KS 67530 The newest addition to sports and physical activity facilities in Great Bend is the Great Bend Sports Complex. Facility Specifications: This brand new facility . . .
17 th and McKinley Streets Fitness Trail Ballparks Tennis Courts Sand Volleyball Lake—12 Acres Fishing Floating Bridge Walkway Handicap Accessible . . .
Rising like a phoenix from ashes, Hoisington has steadily recovered from a devastating tornado in the spring of 2001. Much of a western housing area, the parks, the high school, and Clara Barton Hospital were either destroyed or . . .
George Stumps Nature Trail Take a leisurely stroll through the woods next to the Kansas Wetlands Education Center. Here you’ll see signs of wood rats, orioles, foxes, and other wildlife that live nearby the Center. In . . .
Rising up out of the plains, Pawnee Rock was a landmark for explorers and a popular campsite for travelers crossing the prairie. For centuries, Pawnee Rock was a site where the Comanche, Kiowa, Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians had . . .
The Child Care Licensing Program works with all child care providers in Barton, Ellsworth, Pawnee, Rice, Rush and Stafford Counties. According to Kansas . . .
Barton County Health Department WIC Office 620-793-1909 WIC is a supplemental food and nutritional program designed to improve the health of women, infants, and children. The service . . .
Chronic Disease Risk Reduction (CDRR) is a grant funded program that mainly focuses on Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation. Additional goals include: Improving Nutrition and Access to Healthy Foods . . .
Barton County Health Department 1300 Kansas Avenue Great Bend, KS 67530 620-793-1902 FAX 620-793-1903 Hours: . . .