Belleville Housing Authority

Belleville Housing Authority
Belleville Housing Authority is listed in the Housing Authorities category in Belleville, Kansas. Displayed below are the social networks for Belleville Housing Authority which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Belleville Housing Authority on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 73.

Contact information for Belleville Housing Authority is:
1815 24th St
Belleville, KS 66935
(785) 527-5730

"Belleville Housing Authority" - ZapScore Report

Belleville Housing Authority has an overall ZapScore of 73. This means that Belleville Housing Authority has a higher ZapScore than 73% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Belleville, Kansas is 37 and in the Housing Authorities category is 31. Learn more about ZapScore

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Social Posts for Belleville Housing Authority

Republic County Travel & Tourism shared Republic County Economic Development's video.
A great morning to walk on the new Belleville trail. Fifteen minutes hyper-lapsed into one minute. PAUSE the video to see more of the updates on the pool, park, fields, and equipment! City of Belleville has done a great job!

Republic County Travel & Tourism shared Archaeology Southwest's post.
Here's Allen Denoyer's post on the 4/30/17 pithouse burn:
Allen Denoyer, Preservation Archaeologist and Ancient Technologies Expert (May 19, 2017)—In 2015, volunteers joined me in building a half-scale model of a

Republic County Travel & Tourism shared Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site's photo.
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Pictured here is a detail of the iron fence surrounding the Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site (the oldest state historic site for Kansas)! This fence is historic itself as it was installed around 1901. The site was donated to the state of Kansas in 1901 by local donors Elizabeth and George Johnson of rural Republic saving what remained of a late 1700s Kitkehahki Pawnee village. The iron fence was foundered at the Topeka Iron Works but the post design and why it was chosen remains a mystery as the company’s records were destroyed by fire in the 1930s. #kansashistory #pawneeindianmuseum

Republic County Travel & Tourism shared Visit Red Cloud's post.
Check out this article about the project!
RED CLOUD —Have you ever wanted to know about the local history or what life was really like here 50 or 100 years ago?

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This was the last year for the Kansas Sampler Festival, but next year’s Great Kansas Road Trip will feature Barber, Kiowa and Comanche counties.