During this public health crisis, the city will continue to be fully operational, providing essential services to residents and businesses in Pittsburg. If you have a question or concern, please call (620) 231-4100 between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm to reach a someone at City Hall. Let us know how we can help!
To ensure the safety, security and health of the public and city employees, the City of Pittsburg is implementing remote work operations in response to COVID-19.
Members of the public can call (620) 231-4100 between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, to reach a representative at City Hall. Visit www.pittks.org to pay your bill, start new utility service, and more. Call (620) 231-4170 to schedule an inspection or apply for a building permit.
The City of Pittsburg is actively monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) public health crisis and is working with our partner agencies to provide you with timely, accurate and important information as it becomes available. To see all the City’s COVID-19 update videos, please visit our video library.
UPDATED MAY 21, 2020
Phase 2 of Governor Kelly’s reopening plan begins May 22, 2020.
Key changes to Phase 2:
Under Phase 2, the following, unless they are repurposed for use in an essential function under the Kansas Essential Function Framework, shall remain closed to the public:
To align with state and county orders, the Pittsburg Parks & Recreation Department is limiting the use of some park facilities, modifying summer programs and cancelling special events. Click here for details. For questions, please call (620) 231-8310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Under the current stay-at-home order, open spaces and walking trails are recommended to remain open, and the use of these areas is considered an “essential activity” — as long as the appropriate 6-foot distance is maintained between individuals and gatherings do not exceed the state limit of 10 people.
The Pittsburg Parks & Recreation Department strongly urges the public to refrain from using any playground equipment during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Under the order to stay at home, open spaces and walking trails will remain open because the use of these areas is important for exercise and recreation, as long as no more than 10 people are gathered. Park users must follow social distancing instructions to stay at least 6 feet apart from each other. Signage is posted in parks stating these restrictions and advising against the use of equipment.