Andover, Kansas was incorporated on February 4, 1957. The original Andover area was called Minneha which was later named Cloud City after a well respected citizen. The city's name changed to Andover on June 7, 1880.
Andover has 61 miles of sidewalks and 220 Acres of parks.
13th Street Sports Park
Andover Central Park
Andover Cornerstone Park
Andover Heights Mini
Andover Village Mini
Since 2000, the population of Andover shows an increase of 81%.
Current population is 12,265.
Below are links to services and resources that will help you as you begin your home in Andover.
Kansas Gas Service 800-794-4780
Westar Energy 800-383-1183
Butler Rural Electric 316-321-9600
Sewer & Stormwater Service
City of Andover 316-733-1303 ext 415
1609 E Central
Andover KS 67002
Waste Connections, Inc.
Butler County Rural Water District #8, Derby 316-789-8973
Butler County Rural Water District #5, Benton 316-778-1631
Wichita Water, Wichita 316-265-1300
Located in the Plaza Shopping Center 316-733-0106
640 N. Andover Rd
Andover KS 67002
Butler County Courthouse 800-940-6013
205 W Central 316-220-1674
El Dorado KS 67042
Andover Public Schools is an award winning district receiving the Governor's Achievement Award (which is given to top 5% of schools in Kansas) for Andover Central Middle School 2010-2013, Wheatland Elementary School 2013 and Robert M. Martin Elementary School 2012.
Niche.com named Andover the best school district in the Wichita Metro Area in 2015.
Andover Central High School received a bronze medal ranking in US News & World Reports Best High Schools of 2014.
Enrollment - 5872
Staff - 577
Two High Schools
Two Middle Schools
Six Elementary Schools
20-1 Pupil to Teacher Ratio (average for all grade levels)
Kansas Medical Center LLC
The Kansas Medical Center is a fully physician owned hospital with a state of the art facility. This facility was awarded Outstanding Patient Excellence in 2012 and is in the top 5% nationwide according to study by HealthGrades.
This full service, general acute care 58-bed facility offers a full range of services such as cardiovascular, orthepedics, gynocology and more. They have a 24/7 emergency room.
Greater Andover Days is a long time tradition for the Andover community. This 4 day event began in 1967 and continues to run strong today. This event is held the last Thursday of September through Sunday. Most events are held at Central Park, unless otherwise specified. This event features:
THURSDAY: School Concerts, Food Court, First Aid and Carnival at Central Park on Thursday evening
FRIDAY: Tailgate Party, Cornhole Tournament, Concert, Family Bingo (Andover Senior Center) and Carnival on Friday evening
SATURDAY: 5K Fun Run (13th St. Park), Country Breakfast (Andover Senior Center), Donuts & Coffee (Timbuktu), Fall Festival (St. Vincent de Paul) Parade (lineup at Middle School), Business & Craft Expo, KidFest, Car Show, Pet Show, Hotdog eating contest, Fishing Clinic, Watermelon Contest, Turtle Races, Ice Cream Social, Concert, Beer Garden
SUNDAY: Andover Community Service and Carnival on Sunday
For more information contact the City of Andover at 316-733-1303 or visit their website at www.andoverks.com