Introduction to Park City, Kansas
Park City, Kansas, in Sedgwick county, is located 8 miles N of Wichita, Kansas. The city is included in the Wichita metropolitan area. As of the year 2000 census, 5,814 people resided in Park City.
Park City History
The former Park City was established in 1870. This city was no longer existent after the railroad passed it and entered Wichita. The present Park city was established in 1953 as a Park City Improvement District. It became a third class city on November 26, 1980 with the approval of the Sedgwick County Board of Commissioners. The first election was held on February 17, 1981 and Raymond J. Reiss became the first mayor of the city.
Park City and nearby Attractions
- McLean Field
- Hillcrest Church
- Museum of World Treasures
- Wichita Art Museum
Things To Do In Park City
Tourists in Park City can visits a number of museums like the Old Cowtown Museum, Museum of World Treasures, and Wichita Art Museum. Leisure can also be spent at he McLean Field which offers several recreational facilities. One can also take a look around the Hillcrest Church. Apart from these, Park City also organizes several recreational programs and special events throughout the year.
Park City Transportation
Hutchinson Municipal Airport provides air transportation opportunities to the residents of Park City.
Park City Higher Education
There are many higher education institutes which can be attended by the residents of Park City. Some of these include the Friends University, Wichita State University, Butler County Community College, and Hutchinson Community College.