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Welcome to Minneha Township

Minneha Township is a suburb of Wichita with a population of 3,458. Minneha Township is in Sedgwick County and is one of the best places to live in Kansas. Living in Minneha Township offers residents a suburban feel with access to dining, recreation, and shopping. 



Join Us!

KDOT is hosting an open house-style public meeting about improvements to East Kellogg in Wichita and Andover. KDOT is looking at improvements to East Kellogg in two phases: 1) From I-35/K-96 in east Wichita through 159th Street in Andover; and 2) From east of 159th Street to east of Prairie Creek Road in Andover.


The public meeting will cover both phases and attendees can learn more about the project, see more detailed design plans and provide feedback. KDOT staff and the project team will be present to answer questions. 


Date: Tuesday, September 13

Time: 4:30-6:30 p.m.

(Come and go—no formal presentation will be given)

Where: Sunflower Elementary Gymnasium

616 E. Douglas

Andover, Kansas 67002


To comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), in cooperation with KDOT, is initiating an Environmental Assessment for the complete project (Phases 1 and 2). This meeting will provide the initial findings from the Environmental Assessment.


Phase 1 of the U.S. 54/East Kellogg corridor project is fully funded and final design/construction is anticipated to begin shortly after completion of the NEPA process which is anticipated to be in early 2023. Phase 2 is being included in the Environmental Assessment so that FHWA approval can be obtained, and the project can move forward for development when funding is available.


This is an open house-style meeting, and no formal presentation will be given. Attendees are welcome to come and go at any time during the meeting between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. 


For those who are unable to attend, meeting materials and an online comment form will be provided on the project website from September 13 –September 27 at


Questions? Please contact: Tom Hein, KDOT Public Affairs Manager at or

(316) 217-0356


If you are in need of a translator, sign language interpreter, an assistive listening device, large print or braille material, or other accommodation to attend this meeting, please notify the Kansas Department of Transportation at least one week before the meeting. Requests may be addressed to the Kansas Department of Transportation, Division of Communication, 700 SW Harrison, 2nd Fl. West, Topeka, Kan., 66603-3754 or phone (785) 296-3585 (Voice)/(TTY).



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