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1. First United Methodist
Church, 205 South Oak Street
Garnett, KS 66032
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ECKAN Anderson County Community Center
132 E. 5th Avenue, Garnett 785.448.3670
In the event of an emergency that requires immediate assistance from the police, sheriff, the fire department or ambulance, please use your phone and dial 9-1-1. The Anderson County Emergency Communication Center will assist you.
If you are a City of Garnett utility customer and you experience an interruption of electrical power, or other utility issue (water, gas, sewer, etc.), we ask that you, please, DO NOT call 9-1-1. During regular working hours, please call Garnett City Hall, (785) 448-5496. If before 8 a.m. or after 5 p.m. on weekdays, or anytime on weekends or holidays, please call the Anderson County Law Enforcement Disptach Office, (785) 448-5428. They will either have knowledge of the outage or they will dispatch utility personnel to take the appropriate action to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.
Again, please note these telephone numbers so that you have them if you need to call for utility assistance:
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Weekdays - (785) 448-5496 - City Hall
5 p.m. - 8 a.m. Weekdays - (785) 448-5428 - Dispatch
Weekends and Holidays - (785) 448-5428 - Dispatch
Shelter is located on the north side of 1000 Road, between Scott Avenue and Kauble Avenue
Shelter attached to the northeast corner of fire station located on South Pine Street, between 5th and 6th Streets.
In the event of a storm...
Shelter is located south of the fire station at the corner of Second and Spruce Streets.
The Anderson County Emergency Management, in coordination with the Garnett Fire Department, has released the following storm shelter location information:
In the event of a weather warning, the following locations have been established for the public to seek shelter -
If you or a family member is participating in an outdoor Garnett Recreation Program, we encourage you to sign up for Rained Out. Receive text messages about game cancellations and program updates via your cell phone by signing up HERE.
The City of Garnett cares about you. While this page is under development, we are sharing some of the resources we have in place to help you. The time to thoroughly read the contents of this page is now so that you can be better prepared.
2. Shelter located east of Liberty Street on 4th Avenue, across from the small school building.
Emergency food distribution, aka "Harvesters" is held the fourth Thursday of every month at the Anderson County Fairgrounds (Quonset Hut or Community Building), located in the North Lake Park. City of Garnett employees help with the food distribution held monthly at 2:00 p.m.
1. Shelter located southwest of the intersection of Preston Street and K-31 Highway in the park.
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2. Shelter located just east of Osage Street on 4th Avenue, west of the Community Building.
1. Shelter located just north of the fire station on Warne Street, between Licoln Avenue and Garrison Avenue.
Shelter is located at the corner of Mary Street and W. Brown Avenue, west/northwest of the fire station.
2. Garnett Storm Shelter
9th Avenue & Oak Street, south of Brummel Farm Service.
Anderson County Emergency Communication Center, in conjunction with Kansas 911 Coordinating Council, are please to announce the availability of Text-To-911 during an emergency.TEXT-TO-911.
Shelter information provided by J.D. Mersman, Director of the Office of Emergency Management for Anderson County, 135 E. 5th Avenue, Garnett, KS, 66032, 785.448.6797.
"MY UTILITIES ARE OFF! WHO DO I CALL?"