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    "America's Business Center"

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    Junction City Chamber of Commerce

    222 W Sixth St., PO Box 26

    Junction City, KS 66441

    Phone: 785-762-2632

    info@jcacc.org

  • "To promote community and ensure a thriving environment in the Junction City Region"

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    Check out www.junctioncity.org for information provided directly from the Convention & Visitors' Bureau, a Division of the Junction City Area Chamber of Commerce. Thank you!

     

  • Education

    USD 475

    Geary County USD 475 is the 10th largest school district in Kansas serving over 8,000 students in Junction City, Fort Riley, Milford and Grandview Plaza. In its commitment to “Learning for All, Whatever it Takes' the school district has been recognized by the State of Kansas as a top ten school district with international recognition for FT. Riley's Ware Elementary School. Seven schools were awarded Blue Ribbon schools of excellence and 99 Kansas Standards of Excellence were earned in 2011. It is the district's goal to ensure that your child receives the best education and promise for a successful future.

     

    Cloud County Community College is located in Junction City and Kansas State University, a premiere Big 12 institution in Manhattan is a short twenty minute drive.

     

     

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    Health Care
     

    Geary Community Hospital has been providing progressive health care to families of Geary County and the surrounding communities since 1913. GCH recently completed a 110,000 square foot expansion and opened its after-hours rural health clinic, AlphaCare, to meet the growing health care needs of our community. With more than 50 physicians on staff and a wide variety of services, Geary Community Hospital provides you with compassionate, state-of-the-art care.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Move to JC

     

    It Is That Good!

     

    Located in the heart of Kansas, Junction City offers plenty of small-town atmosphere, big city amenities, and rural pleasures. Just minutes from Fort Riley, the birthplace of the 7th Cavalry and home of the storied Big Red 1, Junction City is surrounded by history. Junction City is the perfect place to find adventure, history, and a bright future.

     

    • Junction City was the first town west of the Mississippi to distribute Coca-Cola.
    • Junction City's Ladies Reading Club is the oldest Federated Club in Kansas and one of the first west of the Mississippi.
    • One of the first towns in Kansas to have a kindergarten in 1927.
    • The once renowned Bartell House, now on the National Historic Register, played host to John Wayne, W.C. Fields, Wild Bill Hickok, Gloria Vanderbilt, and many other famous personalities.

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    Things to Do

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    The area offers numerous leisure activities. Milford Lake, a 16,000 acre reservoir just outside of town, boasts some of the best hunting and fishing opportunities in the Midwest. Milford State Park has several primitive and non-primitive camping areas, boat docks, and two Marinas for the outdoor enthusiasts. There are numerous hiking and biking trails throughout the area. The city has several parks and recreational areas including the historical downtown Heritage Park. Several family oriented events are held in the area throughout the year.

     


     

    Jammin in JC Blues and Barbeque Festival

     

     

    Juneteenth Celebration

     

     

     

    Junction City's Sundown Salute is heralded as the largest free Independence Day Fireworks display and Celebration in the state of Kansas. This 3-day fun event brings in visitors from all over Kansas and the surrounding states.

     

    Junction City is also home to the C.L. Hoover Opera House. Historically, the building has been used as an Opera House, a warehouse, a movie theatre, and once again today as a state of the art performing arts center.