City of Kimball Updates & Events

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NOTICE: Kimball Municipal Airport

Notice from the Kimball Municipal Airport

TO ALL TENANTS of the Kimball Municipal Airport KIBM

Runway 10/28 will be closed approximately from May 2022 through December 2022.
The runway has started to shift over the years and last year we had a heave and had to
do repairs.
It was determined by engineers and the FAA that it needed to be replaced completely.
The repairs will begin approximately May 2022 and are estimated to be completed by
the end of 2022.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. Any questions please direct them
to Ryan McElroy, Kimball Municipal Airport Chairman
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


Water Main Leak Release

There is a WATER MAIN LEAK on the 200 block of Chestnut Street. The street is currently closed from the 200 block to Highway 30 and all water is off in surrounding areas until further notice.

Please contact the city office if you have any questions at 308-235-3639.


See the official notic here.


Thursday, July 22, 2021



See the official agenda here.


The City of Kimball Landfill will be closed on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, for mandatory
employee training. Grass pickup will remain as scheduled on Tuesday, July 27.
Trash pickup will remain as scheduled on Wednesday, July 28. The Landfill will
resume regular hours on Wednesday, July 28, 2021.


See the official notice here.



See the notice here.


Council Member Sworn In

The Kimball City Council approved Mayor Keith Prunty’s appointment of Christy Warner as the new City Council member to fill the vacancy at the special City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 15, 2021.

In order to conduct business at hand and to fill the vacancy that was past the statutory
deadline, Ms. Warner was sworn in by official oath on July 1, 2021, at the City of Kimball City Hall Clerk’s office.

Ms. Warner assumed her new duties immediately.


Read the official release here.



In January 2019, the Chamber hosted a meeting with the Greater Cheyenne Chamber and local businesses discussing the future of the Defense Department’s Ground Based Strategic Deterrent project (GBSD) and the business opportunities for local vendors to become a part of this project. The GBSD project that will be based out of Cheyenne Warren A.F.B was confirmed on Friday in a news release.In June 2019, a representative from one of the ‘potential’ project developers, Bechtel Corp., visited with the City Administrator regarding project housing for onsite engineers and crew members. Bechtel is a global engineering management company that works in multiple markets including nuclear and security. At the time of this visit, they were inquiring about options for possible locations within the City limits of Kimball. Housing would be for 2000 employees for approximately 4 years. There was no timeframe discussed as all of this was still in the early stages of the Defense Department’s decision on choosing their vendor between Northrop or Boeing.In February 2020 Northrop announced they added Bechtel to their team for the GBSD project.In June 2020, the City Administration reached out Bechtel to let them know the City of Kimball welcomes them back for discussions on what their future needs may be. The response received was positive, the Bechtel Corp is still interested in working with Kimball and will be in touch with our City leaders once the project moves forward. Again, there was no time frame given as the project has just been announced. We will be certain to keep the community informed of any developments as they present themselves.For more information on the project, to register your business or to sign up for updates visit:

MEAN LED Lighting Incentive.

The Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska (MEAN) is the wholesale power provider to Kimball, so as a customer of their utility, any commercially metered businesses/municipal buildings/schools in town are eligible for our LED lighting incentive program (the application is attached). A couple of items to note are that the program is limited to existing indoor fixtures and the maximum incentive per customer per program year is $2,500 (the program runs with MEAN’s fiscal year, April 1-March 31).  If you hit the $2,500 ceiling during this program year, you would be eligible for $2,500 on an additional project(s) after April 1, 2021.

MEAN now has three residential energy efficiency programs available – incentives for smart thermostat installation, cooling system tune-ups and for attic insulation. The attachments would be too large to email, but all of the information including flyers and applications can be found on the energy efficiency page of our website:

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