There Are Only Two Cities in the United States
with the name of Haddam. Our Haddam(Kansas) and Our Namesake Haddam, Connecticut.
Whether you are visiting our web site for information purposes, current events, genealogy,
history or a trip down memory lane, we are glad you came.
Haddam, Kansas is located in North Central Kansas,
three miles north of Highway 36 between Belleville and Washington.
We are approximately ten miles south of the Kansas–Nebraska border.
Haddam City Hall
The Haddam City Hall is an important part of our community. It is the only building in town spacious enough
to accommodate large groups of people such as reunions, dinners, events, benefits, and funeral lunches.
It is also our polling place, USDA commodities distribution site, and meeting place for a variety of groups.
Thirty years have passed since this grand 1912 building has seen new paint or repairs.
In the summer of 2019,
Haddam will turn 150 years old and we want to be ready to celebrate! The Community Club wishes to renovate the City Hall before the birthday celebration.
Any donations will be greatly appreciated and should be made to Haddam Community Club.
Mail contributions to:
Haddam Community Club
c/o Micki Zenger
1101 Elmer Street
Haddam, KS 66944
Thank you for your support.
Proposed By-Laws Page 1
Proposed By-Laws Page 2
Proposed By-Laws Page 3
In 2017 the city office was moved to the former bank building.
Office hours have been established with the city clerk available for walk-ins or phone calls.
Cell phones for the mayor and city clerk are listed.
Haddam Mayor: Steve Zenger
Haddam City Clerk: Pam Buehler
City Hall Days Open: Mon/Wed/Thurs.
Coty Hall Hours Open: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
P.O. Box 25, Haddam, KS 66944
501 Main Street, Haddam, KS 66944
City Clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org
AFTER HOURS/EMERGENCY OR CEMETERY LOT INFORMATION:
785-556-9140 Mayor Cell Phone
785-778-3415 City Clerk Home
785-527-0419 City Clerk Cell
Steve Zenger, Haddam Mayor
If you lived in Haddam during the time the CB&Q Railroad ran through Haddam you would have seen the depot
and perhaps met the station manager, Victor Hugo Mason.
Pictures were submitted by his grandson. Also, submitted is a scanned copy of the Haddam Clipper Leader. The pictures will stir up
some memories for Haddamites who remember both the depot and our newspaper.
Anita Childerston Haddam Website Designer/Author
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