Bonner Springs Police Department

  • Agency: Bonner Springs Police Department
  • Address: 13001 Metropolitan, Bonner Springs , 66012 KS
  • Chief:
Phone: (913) 422-7800
Fax: (913) 422-1395

Bonner Springs Police Department is located at 13001 Metropolitan, Bonner Springs , 66012 KS. The Bonner Springs Police Department phone number is (913) 422-7800.

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The Bonner Springs Tiblow Transit will offer free rides within Bonner Springs on November 7 to encourage all residents to get out and vote. Call 913-422-5355 on November 7th when you are ready to ride.

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Taffic Collision Investigation in the area of 122nd and Kansas Avenue

Thank you to the community for making our first Trunk or Treat such a resounding success! With your support, we'll make it even better next year!

Our first trunk or treat

Come see us at 3rd and Cedar at 5p for our trunk or treat

Hope to see you out at our first trunk-or-treat tomorrow night from 5p to 7pm! If you are looking for something to do you can still bring candy and help us create a fun and safe event for the kids to enjoy!

Help keep our community safe by properly disposing of unused or expired medications. We will be here from 10a to 2p @ Bonner Springs Price Chopper. No needles will be accepted.

It’s K9 Scout’s 4th birthday! Help us celebrate our awesome Police Pup! The Bonner Springs Police Department would also like to extend a special thank you to Bonner resident Warren Stice at Nutrisource Pet Food for his gracious gift of dog food for K9 Scout! Warren Stice, Nutrisource Pet Food, and Feldman's Farm Store have agreed to supply the department with Scout's food needs!

We are still accepting volunteers for our trunk or treat! Come help us create a fun and safe environment for the kids to enjoy Halloween festivities. Decorate your trunk, truck, a table, tent, etc and hand out candy! And as a bonus spend time with your local officers! THIS Sunday, October 29th from 5pm to 7pm @ 3rd and Cedar! ** You do NOT have to live in Bonner Springs to participate! **

This weekend, Officer Bargerstock and K9 Scout competed in the NPCA 2017 Heartland Police Canine Training and Trials! Both performed admirably!

An Overview of the Proposed Bonner Springs Government Services Center Bonner Springs, Kansas – In 2016, the City of Bonner Springs completed a Strategic Plan. An outcome from that plan was the desire to invest in public facilities. Several of the public offices are spread in locations throughout the City. The City has a need to consolidate these locations into a Government Services Center in order to increase staff efficiency and convenience to the public. To start the process, the City issued a Request for Qualifications proposals to complete a Government Services Center Feasibility Study in March 2017. The City put together a Planning Committee to recommend a firm and complete a space needs and concept reviews. As a result of the qualifications proposals, the Planning Committee recommended the City Council award a contract to SFS Architecture in June 2017 to complete the study. The study included department interviews for space needs and adjacencies, and location options. The Government Services Center would house the departments including the City Manager’s Office, City Clerk’s Office, Community Development, Finance, Police Department, and Public Works Administration, as well as a combined space for a City Council Chamber and Municipal Court. Three locations were selected for presentation at the Public Open House on August 10, 2017. Option 1, originally estimated at $13.8 million, included remodeling the 1918 Building with new construction for the Police Station adjacent to the site where the Community Garden currently sits. Option 2, estimated at $11 million, included all new construction where the Community Garden and City Hall currently sit. Option 3, estimated at $17.5 million, included all new construction at a Greenfield site located at K-7 Highway and Nettleton Avenue. The City mailed postcards inviting residents to the Public Open House, and had 153 residents in attendance. Residents were asked their preferred concept using a dot poll. Concept Option 1 received 79 dots; Concept Option 2 received 13 dots; and Concept Option 3 received 51 dots. Based upon these results, SFS Architecture worked with the Planning Committee to complete a concept design for remodeling the 1918 Building and construction of a Police Station. The concept includes approximately 28,000 square feet for City Hall in the 1918 Building with roughly 7,000 of that available for future expansion needs and community meeting space. The project costs are estimated at $7.4 million for City Hall and $6.9 million for the Police Station. Project cost estimates include both construction and contingencies costs as well as soft costs, with soft costs being such as furniture, network cabling, etc. SFS Architecture presented this concept design to City Council at the October 9, 2017, City Council Workshop with a number of residents in attendance. The slides presented to the Council are available on the City’s website at After City Council and staff discussion, Council allowed public input from those in attendance. Of the several community members there, one resident inquired about the potential public use of the building for community organizations. The City has a definite need for the facilities. During the feasibility study process, the City discovered the buildings the Police Department was housed in on Nettleton Avenue were structurally inadequate and had environmental hazards. There was an immediate need to vacate these buildings, and the Police Department relocated to the Fire and EMS Facility on Metropolitan. This is a temporary solution as the building is not adequate to house that number of staff and equipment. Another incident which happened during this process occurred at City Hall where a section of roof was ripped back from the building causing substantial damage to the back offices. Staff members were temporarily relocated to the Public Works facility on Kaw Drive until repairs were complete. City Hall needs the additional space the 1918 Building would provide in order to address efficiency, storage needs, and become ADA compliant. City Council provided consensus for staff to move forward with the process which now involves identifying potential funding sources for the project. A staff committee will be established to review funding options and make recommendations to the Council. Additionally, staff will draft a design engineering contract for Council to consider in order to proceed with the project. ______________________________________________ About Bonner Springs, Kansas. Located on the Kansas River on the western edge of the Kansas City Metro, Bonner Springs is a community of 7,500 residents. Bonner Springs, with nearly 500,000 visitors per year, is a major tourist destination that is home to Providence Medical Center Amphitheater, the Kansas City Renaissance Festival, the National Agricultural Hall of Fame, Moon Marble Company, and several other historical, cultural, and recreational amenities that lend itself to a high quality of life. An award winning community, the City of Bonner Springs was named an All-American City by the National Civic League, a 30-year Tree City U.S.A recipient, and a 4-time recipient of Best Wastewater Collection System in the State of Kansas. For more information, please visit

We NEED volunteers to decorate their trunks for our trick-or-treaters and pass out candy Sunday the 29th from 5pm to 7pm. Please help us make this a great event!

We will be out enforcing seatbelts be sure your are buckled up!

The Bonner Springs Police Department is now on Instagram! Please follow us on Insta here!

In order to allow for clear roadways for all emergency services and to beautify the city officers will be enforcing parking ordinances and laws more strictly. Be sure you do not leave trailers and disabled vehicles parked on our roadways. Also, be sure to abide by all no parking signs and painted curbs (yellow).

We STILL NEED volunteers for the Trunk-or-Treat on Sunday, October 29th from 5pm to 7pm! Please contact us today if you are willing to decorate your trunk and pass out candy! Email us at or message us!!!

Officer Bargerstock and K9 Scout sharing the story of receiving a grant from Ben Roethlisberger -! Thanks for helping to better our community and the Kansas City metro area Ben!

A big thank you from all of us here in Bonner Springs to the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation for helping our K9 program's continued success!

The Bonner Springs Police Department, Officer Bargerstock, and K-9 Scout would like to thank the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation for choosing our department to receive a grant for our K-9 program. We are grateful for the grant opportunity the foundation provides to Police Departments and their K-9's across the nation, and that we could be a part of it.

Don't forget to get your applications in by FRIDAY!

Today, the Bonner Springs Fire Department was awarded $10,000 donation from Waste Management for new equipment! Thanks for all of your hard work and dedication!