City water lines, city sewer system and all other utilities are on site in Burlington's four industrial parks. City utility rates are designed for business and industry. Average costs for gas, oil and electricity are lower than the national and midwest averages.
- Burlington Commerce Park
The City of Burlington has recently constructed a new 18-acre commercial park. Commerce Park is located south of Burlington on Highway 75.
- Burlington Industrial Park #1:
Approximately 4.5 acres with full utility services. Owned by the City of Burlington, building sites range from 1.10 acres to 7.42 acres.
- Burlington Industrial Park #2:
Industrial Park #2 has 2.5 acres with full utility services.
- Burlington Industrial Park #3:
Industrial Park #3, has 55 acres with full utility services.
- Burlington Industrial Park #4:
Industrial Park #4 has been platted. Building sites range from 1.06 to 1.51 acres, with utilities available.
An electric substation is located in the Northwest corner to accept power from KG&E.
- City of Burlington, KS
- U.S. 75 Hwy/10th Road
- Heavy Industrial
- I-35 - 16 miles (North)
- I-70 - 55 miles (North)
- US 75 Hwy - adjacent
- US 54 Hwy - 20 miles (South)
- US 169 Hwy - 18 miles (East)
Fire Insurance Rating
- Class 5
Coffey County Economic Development, in conjunction with state and regional economic development agencies, provides prompt and organized responses to all inquiries. Assistance is available with such topics as financing, potential suppliers, available trained labor and prospective regional customers.
- Electricity - 3 phase, distributed and supplied by City of Burlington
- Natural Gas: - 8" line, supplied by Atmos Energy
- Water: - 12" line, 55psi, supplied by City of Burlington - Source: Neosho River
- Sanitation: - No storm sewers - Treatment Plant: 3 cell lagoon, supplied by City of Burlington