Parkerfield

Parkerfield
Making Inroads

Population: 419 (2017 Census)

Source: United States Census Bureau

FUN FACT: Incorporated in 2004, Parkerfield is the newest town in Cowley County.

Parkerfield-kids walkingParkerfield has a motto, “Where Every Person Matters”.  The City of Parkerfield, just east of Arkansas City, was incorporated on March 9, 2004, by more than 300 residents who wanted to maintain “the friendly rural character of the community”.
This small community, which is growing every day, consists of approximately 400 residents, with 156 residences, and boasts numerous housing choices that continue to attract individuals to its friendly, rural character. Close proximity to Arkansas City allows for minimal commute to employment, dining, shopping and services.
The city’s location to adjoining Arkansas City attract commuting workers by offering the best of both worlds; a rural life style and close proximity to employment opportunities and great education within the USD 470 Arkansas City School District and the Cowley College campus.
With room to grow, families choose Parkerfield to build new homes or purchase existing housing. New residents are attracted by the informal atmosphere and the city’s ongoing progress.
Parkerfield’s newly constructed community building doubles as a city hall and a venue available to rent for family functions and other events.

Lodging & Building Rental 

Chestnut Ave. Venue, LLC
3120 E. Chestnut Ave., Arkansas City, KS 67005
620-660-1401
Hidden gem for all special occasions, available for weddings, anniversary celebrations, family or class reunions, and birthday parties.

Parkerfield Community Building Rental 
The Parkerfield Community Center, located 2 miles east of the HWY 77 Bypass’s round and 1 mile south of Hwy 166, is only 5 minutes from downtown Ark City.  The venue is perfect for family events, office parties and wedding receptions. The fully equipped building has new seating and tables to accommodate 120+ people, a kitchen, and restrooms and parking that are handicap accessible.    A projector, screen and sound system are also available for a fee.  A refundable deposit will be collected to reserve a date.  Call 620-442-3506 for fee structure, to check availability, receive more information, or to tour the building.

Parkerfield Public Officials

Mayor Michael Bergagnini
Council Keith Stultz
Sheri Ramirez
Jeff Musson
Jerry Gilmore
Zack Stoy
Treasurer Carol Hearnes
City Clerk Deb Appel
City Attorney Jason Brewer
Meetings are the 3rd Thursday, 7:00 pm @ Parkerfield Community Center, 29271 91st Rd, Parkerfield, KS 67005

Parkerfield Businesses Contact Info:
29271 91st Rd
Parkerfield, KS 67005
(620) 442-3506
web: www.parkerfieldks.org

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