Oakwood Cemetery
The City of Baldwin City operates the Oakwood Cemetery. 4th and Orange Streets. City staff is responsible for the routine maintenance of Oakwood Cemetery, including mowing, tree care, weeding, paintin
Baldwin City Maple Leaf Festival
The Maple Leaf Festival has been a Baldwin City tradition since 1958. The annual festival brings crafts vendors, entertainers, and food vendors from all over the region to town the third full weekend
Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas

Baker University helps make Baldwin City a great place to live, work and visit.

Liston Stadium, Baker University

Liston Stadium, located inside the Charlie Richard Outdoor Sports Facility, built in the 1930s, is home to football, track, and select soccer matches of Baker University.

Midland Railway in Baldwin City Kansas

Midland Railway provides Baldwin City residents and visitors a unique slice of history.

New Police Department SUV

New Police Department SUV

Clarice L. Osborne Memorial Chapel - Baker University
Clarice L. Osborne Memorial Chapel - Baker University. The Clarice L. Osborne Memorial Chapel was moved stone by stone from the village of Sproxton, England, to serve as the spiritual center of the Un
Black Jack Battle
Early in the pre-dawn hours of June 2, 1856 a group of about twenty-five Kansas free-staters, led by the controversial abolitionist John Brown, moved quietly across the prairie a few miles east of pre
Grove Park

Grove Park at Grove and 3rd Street. The park has a swing, slide and some horse rides. There is a shelter with picnic tables.

The Ives-Hartley Lumber Co. building at 718 High Street has become the Lumberyard Arts Center. It was been developed for use as an uncommon, creative gathering place and a dynamic environment for the
Early Baldwin City Downtown

Looking East on High Street from Eighth in early Baldwin.


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Baldwin City is second largest among the communities in Douglas County and part of the Lawrence, Kansas Metropolitan Area with all of the cultural advantages of a major metropolitan area.  Baldwin City offers a life style of exceptional quality. A drive through Baldwin City’s attractive neighborhoods shows a historical, pleasing community.

Baldwin City’s quality of life invites you to look at the community as a place to call home…

For a Day, or For a Lifetime!

City Hall 803 8th Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006

Mailing Address P.O. Box 86, Baldwin City, KS 66006 | Phone (785) 594-6427 | Fax (785) 594-6586

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