City Hall

Administrative center for the City of Hillsboro and also location for Municipal Court and City Council Chambers. City licenses and permits are obtained here and it is also the office to make payments for city utility statements, dog tags, and Recreation Commission program registration fees.

118 E. Grand
Hillsboro, KS 67063
Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays)

City Hall Offices

  • City Administrator
  • City Clerk
  • Community Development Corporation
  • Fire Chief
  • Building Inspector and Code Enforcement

Matt Stiles, City Administrator

Matt Stiles is an ICMA credentialed manager with over 15 years of experience in public service.

He brings a wide variety of skills and experience to Hillsboro including an extensive background in local government management and economic development. Before joining the City in 2020, Stiles spent 2 years at the Public Policy and Management Center at Wichita State University as a Program Manager and instructor for the Hugo Wall School. Stiles remains an instructor at the Hugo Wall School at WSU. Stiles served as the City Administrator in South Hutchinson, Kansas for eight years and Assistant City Manager in Bel Aire, Kansas three years. Matt has a passion for serving small communities. 

Danielle Bartel, City Clerk

Danielle is a Hillsboro native—graduating from Hillsboro High School, then Tabor College with degrees in Accounting, Finance and Business Management. She began employment with the City of Hillsboro in April 2021 as City Clerk.

The City Clerk oversees the day to day activities at City Hall. She assists in preparing the agenda for the City Council; attends City Council meetings and records meeting minutes; maintains custody of ordinances and official documents; Issues licenses and permits; provides citizen assistance by fielding questions, concerns, and complaints from the general public; maintains and updates city accounting records, administers oaths and maintains the corporate seal of the city; oversees the collection of municipal revenues; prepares financial reports; assists with annual budget; oversees payroll preparation and prepares payroll reports; performs correspondence duties; prepares bond and interest payments; maintains special assessment records, answers surveys and questionnaires; and is the secretary for the Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals.