Events

  • Mayetta Splash Park Information

  • Mayetta Fire Department Breakfast – May 7, 2016

    The Mayetta Fire Department will be holding a breakfast Saturday May 7th from 6am to 9am as a fire department fund raiser. Area residents are invited and encouraged to support and enjoy the breakfast in recognition of the valuable service the fire department volunteers provide to the city and district.
  • Pioneer Days — September 10, 2016

    The Pioneer Days committee has set Saturday, September 10th, 2016 as the date for Pioneer Days this year. A Flea market, games for children, a parade, horseshoe-pitching demonstration, and other activities are planned for the day. Additionally, there may be a special screening of a short 1928-1929 movie showing the downtown, businesses, and area residents and school children going about their lives. The Pioneer Days Committee are in need of, and would welcome, additional volunteers to help plan and run community events. If you are interested in helping with a community event please contact Gladys at 785-554-6275 or Judy.
  • Spring Cleanup – May 7, 2016

    The City is sponsoring a Spring Cleanup for residents inside city limits by having Waste Management pick up any larger items such as furniture, appliances without Freon, yard clippings and brush bundled in no larger than 4’x2’ bundles. Please have your items ready for pick up at the curb or your normal trash pick up locations Friday the 6thth by 9 PM as Waste Management arrives between 6 and 7 a.m. Saturday. Pick up for household trash will be Tuesday as usual.

    Additionally, the city will be picking up branches up to 4 inches in diameter if they are placed at the curb or next to the street by Friday evening the 6th. If you still have branches from the ice storm, please move them to the curb or street for pick up.

    We need a team of volunteers to help pick up branches and apply stain to the gazebo at the downtown park.

    Volunteers will meet at 9:00 at city hall. Plan to attend together In addition, Jackson County Hazardous Household Waste has agreed to have a separate pick up station in front of City Hall on May 6, from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Items that will be collected include batteries, antifreeze, pesticides, household cleaners, paint, used oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, and gasoline. Tires are accepted for the following fees:

    Car tire without rim: $2.00
    Car tire with rim: $4.00
    Medium truck tire: $5.00
    Large truck tire: $8.00
    Farm/Tractor rear: $15.00
    Road grader: $50.00