Pop. 8,172

Wellington, the Sumner County seat, is located off Interstate 35 at Exit 19 and is well connected via US Highway 160 and Highway 81. Located just south of Wichita, Wellington has all the charm and comforts of a small town, with all the metropolitan amenities just minutes away!

Many of the businesses located in our three industrial parks are suppliers for the Wichita aviation community. Municipal utilities, including water, sewer, and electric, are available at competitive rates and land is available at reasonable costs, making Wellington ideal for your business. Major manufacturing and service industries include aviation, metal fabrication, food processing, plastics, and railroad services.

Industrial sites near Highway 81, 160 and I-35, are available including some with rail service provided by BNSF and Union Pacific. Sites are also available at the Wellington Municipal Airport one of the most modern general aviation airports in the Midwest. Wellington has all of the transportation links to keep your business connected, in addition to fiber optics to keep your technology connected as well.

National Depression Glass Museum

Recreation abounds at the Wellington Aquatic Center, the renowned 18-hole golf course, the Worden Park Ball Complex and go-cart track, and the Wellington Lake. Our history can be found at the Chisholm Trail Museum on Historic Washington Street, the Panhandle Railroad Museum located Sellers Park and the NDGA National Glass Museum located in downtown Wellington.

Wellington Christian Academy

The community of Wellington, Kansas takes great pride in the educational system USD 353 provides to our students. Located in Wellington also, the Wellington Christian Academy offers an alternative for learning using the Core Knowledge curriculum. 

New housing developments are underway such as Settlers Creek, Crestview Heights, Westborough Estates, Byler Edition, Coyote Ridge, Wheat Ridge and more! Come check out all Wellington has to offer!

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