Inman – There’s A Lot to Talk About


Walking around the City of Inman, you may not notice a lot of the growth and other great things that have been happening recently. That’s the thing about Inman, the laid back atmosphere and relaxing feel hides a fervor for progress and innovation that isn’t readily apparent on the surface. The Inman Community Development office has an entire bulletin board of news articles about the amazing things happening in the community but not much is spoken about these topics as you walk down Main Street. To the citizens of Inman, progress isn’t something to boast about, it’s something to quietly strive for.

If you take the time to reflect on the past year, you’ll see that the City of Inman has a lot to be proud of and even more to talk about. Here are just a couple of the highlights from 2017 and 2018:

  • City Council passed the Lambert Park Renovation Project that includes new playgrounds and a splash pad.
  • Inman’s Harvest Café earned the #3 spot on the list of 10 best omelets in Kansas
  • Main Street Pizza remodeled the interior of their restaurant and celebrated nearly 30 years in Inman.
  • City Council initiated a project to upgrade all the water meters in the city, modernizing the entire system.
  • Inman Community Development, Inc launched their new economic development website,
  • The Inman Chamber of Commerce hosted their 28th Annual Car Show with record attendance
  • A new economic development incentive program was passed by City Council to help encourage expansion of existing businesses and help with recruiting new ones.
  • The Inman Planning Commission began work on a new 20 year comprehensive development plan.
  • The City has moved forward with making 40+ acres of land ready for development.
  • USD 448 has been working diligently on a proposal for a new high school sports complex.

These are just a handful of all the great things happening in Inman but they are a testament to the bright future that Inman has. It isn’t just Inman though, all of McPherson County has a lot to be proud of. The communities of the County have all made a commitment to make McPherson County the best in Kansas. Whether it’s through continued job growth in McPherson, new housing in Moundridge, or tourists visiting Lindsborg; Inman isn’t alone in a shared vision for a brighter and better tomorrow.

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