Source: United States Census Bureau
FUN FACT: Udall was founded in 1881 to capitalize on the soon to be constructed railroad.
Udall, tucked into the northwest corner of Cowley County, offers the best of both worlds: quiet, small-town living with the excitement of a big city nearby.
In fact, the little town that blew away during a May 25, 1955 tornado is seeing many improvements. Udall’s history is marked by the devastating tornado that killed 80 people, but brought about life-saving advances in weather warning systems.
This progressive community completed several infrastructure improvement projects including a new water tower and water lines. They have heavily invested in the city park and renovated the community center, a hub for the residents and the site for many city events.
Located 25 minutes from the Wichita metro area, many residents commute to the city to take advantage of job opportunities as well as shopping, dining and entertainment.
With family housing options and room to build, Udall is an attractive option for new residents.
620-782-3355 – www.usd463.org
I have five children in the district. The teachers, faculty, administration — you really do know everybody on a personal level. If you have an issue you can call them at home. The one-on-one attention your kids get is awesome. Your kid just isn’t a number. They generally care about kids and making sure they get a good education.
Udall Fall Festival
When: First Friday & Saturday of October
Where: City Park, Udall
What: Car show, parade, and tons of activities
Contact: (620) 782-3512
The annual Udall Fall Festival is held the first weekend of October. A carnival kicks off the event on Thursday evening and continues throughout the festival. Saturday morning breakfast followed by their famous homemade Chicken and Noodle dinner takes place at the Udall Community Building. An afternoon parade, car show, and family activities in the park fill the day and ends with a street dance and beer garden Saturday night.
Udall Community Historical Society
109 E. First Street
An amazing museum displaying artifacts historical pieces and information related to the history of Udall and Cowley County including the devastating tornado of 1955. Updated directories for 10 local cemeteries, genealogy on Udall families, memorial brick walkway and stone in the park listing lives lost in the tornado.
Open Wednesdays 3-5 p.m. and Sundays 1-3 p.m. or by appointment.
|Action Jackson Automotive||114 W Hwy K-55
|Antelope Creek Horse Company||982 N. Oxford Rd.
|Barnett Tax Service||6401 51st Rd.
|Blankenship Seed||1697 82nd Rd.
|Carla’s Beauty Shop||5046 Kiowa Dr.
|Dill’s Drywall||5046 Kiowa Dr.
|Kistler Tire and Auto, LLC||313 E. Hwy K-15
|Main Street Storage||313 E. Hwy K-15
|One Stop Felts Oil Co.||208 E. Hwy K-15
|Stelbar Oil Company||120 N. Main St.
|Two Rivers Co-Op||112 S. East St.
|Udall Groceries (Cenex)||301 E. Hwy K-15
|Union State Bank||119 W. First
|Wheat State Telephone||106 W. First
|Windswept Winery||1227 92nd Rd.
Country View Baptist
3795 52nd Rd
First Baptist Church
207 E. Lewis
First Foursquare Church
2654 58th Dr.
First Street Feed & Seed Cowboy Church
118 W. First St.
Heritage Evangelical Free Church
113 N. Church
204 S. Church
United Methodist Church
305 S. Church
Udall 4-H Club
620-782-3566 or 3221
Udall Recreation Commission
Udall S.U.N. Club
620-782-3569 or 3010
Udall Public Library
110 South Main Street
Operating hours are Wednesday and Saturday 10 am – 1 pm, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 3 -6 pm.
Cowley County Fire District #4
|Udall Public Officials|
|Meetings are the 2nd Monday, 6:30 pm|