People in Waverly truly care for one another. From our full-life healthcare system to our unwavering dedication to our schools to our faith communities and volunteer organizations — we know that life is made much better when people look out for one another. We try to live by that understanding and pass it on to our children.


Organizations of Waverly

You might be surprised to see so many organizations in our city of six hundred. People in Waverly are involved and responsible for their community, kids and adults the same. If you want to get involved with organizations listed here, give them a call! You’ll always be greeted with a warm welcome.

Altar Society – Catholic
Theresa Biggs

American Legion
Larry Moore

American Legion Auxiliary
Joan Steward

Booster Club
Craig Stukey

Boy Scouts Troop
Mike Sprinkle

Evening Stars EHU
Cathy Peek


Homemakers Club
Karen Lightle

Knights of Columbus
David Foster

National Honor Society
Tammy White

Ohio Days Committee
Kenneth Combes

Prairie View EHU
Brenda Kelley

Senior Center 
Marie Smith  
785-733-2603 Center 
785-733-2314 Manager 

Tip-Top 4-H Club
Mary Lou Ponder

United Methodist Women
Connie Chapman

Waverly Cemetery
Dale Hinderliter


Reservations can be made at city hall for the use of these facilities.

There is no charge for using the City Park Pavilion or the Jones Park Shelter by the pool.

We do ask that you clean up after your event. A fifty dollar deposit is taken for the bathrooms and will be returned if the bathrooms are clean and undamaged.

Community Building
Our community building is perfect for medium and large gatherings, including weddings, birthday parties, and more. The facilities are handicap accessible and include a full kitchen, two bathrooms, and preparation spaces. Contact us for rates and more information.


City Park Pavillion
The location for our annual Ohio Days festival might be just perfect for your gathering. Complete with benches and access to electrical outlets. Contact the city to learn more!


Jones Park Shelter
The shelter at Jones Park is great for outdoor gatherings. Contact city hall for availability and more information.
City Pool @ Jones Park

Contact the city pool manager for rates and scheduling for parties and swim lesson at 785-733-2455. Or send a message to city hall.


Folks in Waverly believe voting is the responsibility of every citizen. We make it easy to register to vote: simply stop by City Hall and we’ll get you signed up.

To register to vote in Kansas, you must:
Be a U.S. citizen.
Be a resident of Kansas.
Be 18 years old by Election Day.
Not be disqualified to vote by a court.
Not be registered to vote in another state.
Not be incarcerated, on parole or on probation for a felony conviction. Once your period of supervised release is completed you will need to re-register to vote.

Want to check your registration status? Click here.

You can also register to vote online by clicking here!

City of Waverly • 210 Pearson Ave • PO Box 308
Waverly. KS 66871

Open Monday-Friday
9:00 am-3:00 pm

(785) 733-2461 •  (785) 733-2395 Fax
For after-hours emergencies, call 785-733-2791. 

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