City offices are now open to the public.
Welcome to the City of Topeka website. Check below for things you can do here.
Important COVID-19 Information
City Contacts, Businesses, Other Info.
Citywide Housing Market Study & Strategy
We're doing a study of housing needs, affordability, and access in Topeka!
Street & Utility Projects
See virtual meeting presentations and other information about current and just-around-the-corner Major Street and Capital Utility projects.
Fire Station Upgrades
The City of Topeka is seeking Architecture, Engineering, and Program Management Services related to a multi-year program to upgrade the City’s 12 Fire Stations. The Informational Session hosted on February 29th was recorded and is now available for viewing.
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What's Going on in the City?
Latest City News
City of Topeka Making Staffing Changes due to Budget Shortfall
The City of Topeka is making staffing changes due to budget shortfalls caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Personnel have been notified of their position elimination and currently remain employed by the city. These staff members are currently working to transition their duties to other departments and staff. The specific positions eliminated include the Deputy City …
City of Topeka Buildings to Open to the Public on May 18th
The City of Topeka will reopen its buildings to the public on May 18th. Social distancing and other restrictive measures will be enforced in all city buildings to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Plexiglas partitions have been installed in the City Express Payment Center at the Holliday Building and at the clerk’s office in …
Topeka Zoo and Conservation Center Reopening Guidelines
Phase 1 –Open Air Park Phase 1 of the Topeka Zoo’s reopening plan will allow for high level restrictions to accommodate social distancing and prevent Covid-19 transmission. Phase 1 will be initiated after Stay at Home Order expires and social distancing is still required when the maximum gathering limit is set at ten or less. …
Topeka Zoo Wildflower Sale- New Online Component
The Topeka Zoo is holding its annual Native Wildflower Sale on Saturday, May 9th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The selection will include flowers to cover all blooming seasons through spring, summer, and fall. There will be more than 1,700 native wildflowers available representing over two dozen different varieties of available at this sale. …
Moratorium on Water Shut-Offs Extended to May 31st
The City of Topeka will be extending the moratorium on water shut-offs until May 31st. Customers must work in conjunction with the Utilities Department to develop a payment plan five days prior to their payment due date. City Express at 620 SE Madison will remain temporarily closed. The Customer Service Call Center is open between …
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The City of Topeka works hard to keep all data open to the public. This allows you to see how money is spent, where the money comes from, and what projects the city is currently engaged in. Take some time and look through our data collections.
View the Open Data Policy (PDF) for the City of Topeka.
Visit this interactive tool to access information, such as financials, building permits, vendors and other statistics.
Browse planned spending and revenue from approved budgets using an interactive tool.
Browse actual City spending by category and/or vendors.
Use this tool to find the status of current projects, such as streets, waterline replacements, etc. (updated daily).
View information on the efficiency and effectiveness of City of Topeka government with yearly goals in key areas such as public safety and infrastructure.