Apply for an amplified sound permit.
All cats and dogs, six months of age and older, must be licensed with the City. The licensing process ensures that animals have current rabies vaccinations which must be current in order to obtain an animal license. Each household is permitted to have a maximum of four pets with no more than three of one species (dog or cat). Licenses must be renewed every one, two or three years depending on the license purchased. Rabies vaccinations must be valid for the duration of the license being purchased. If an animal cannot tolerate the rabies vaccination, a letter stating the intolerance must be provided by the vet.
If you think a property in your neighborhood is not being maintained in compliance with the city code, you may report a code violation online.
It is unlawful in the City of Prairie Village to discriminate against individuals in employment, housing, and public accommodations based on sexual orientation or gender identity. If you believe you have been discriminated against, you may file a claim with the City Clerk’s office using this claim form. All discrimination claims must be filed with the City within 60 days of the last act of discrimination.
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The term “neighborhood special event” means the temporary outdoor use of private property in a district zoned residential.
Pursuant to City Ordinance 11-201, loud noise is prohibited before 7:00 a.m. and after 10:00 p.m. on weekdays and before 8:00 a.m. and after midnight on weekends.
To report a violation, please contact the Prairie Village Police Department - 913-642-6868 or 913-642-5151.
If you or your organization is considering conducting a parade, a permit must be obtained from the City.
Reserve a park shelter
Certain violations can be paid online. The links will take you to a new website where your payment will be processed. A transaction fee of $1.50 is charged for online payments by Tyler Technologies.
Purchase a Pool Membership
Prairie Village offers a variety of recreational activities including Swim Team, Dive Team, Tennis Lessons and Ball Field Reservations. Register now.
Report Drugs or Illegal Activity in The Community.
To report a missed trash, recycle, or yard waste pick up, please contact Republic Services at 913-281-4343.
The City of Prairie Village is committed to making its services, programs, activities, and facilities accessible to persons with disabilities. Request an accommodation.
Apply for a short-term special use permit.
Looking for a way to have fun, energize your neighborhood, and get to know your neighbors? Sponsor a block party!
If you or your organization is considering conducting a street race, a permit must be obtained from the City.
Volunteer applications will be accepted from November 1 - January 1, with appointments made in early 2020.
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