The Flint Hills Regional Council is a voluntary service association of local Kansas governments from Chase, Geary, Lyon, Morris, Riley, Pottawatomie, and Wabaunsee counties and/or their respective municipalities and unincorporated areas. These local Flint Hills governments have formed the Flint Hills Regional Council to provide services of mutual benefit to the region that are best gained from cooperation and partnership.
Enhancing the economic viability and improving the quality of life through regional collaboration in the Flint Hills.
The north central Flint Hills Region of Dickinson, Geary, Morris, Pottawatomie, RIley and Wabaunsee counties is flourishing with an exceptional Heartland lifestyle, world class knowledge economy, and inspiring Tallgrass Prairie Environment. The accomplishments of the individual and district communities of the region have been achieved through an extraordinary level of trust, cooperation and mutual support. The achievements have been gained with the vision, leadership and expertise of the Flint Hills Regional Council, including the contributions of partners, such as Kansas State University, Fort RIley, and local chambers of commerce.