Department Summary

Livestock & Expo Center

Responsible for Kenwood Park grounds, including Ag Hall, 4-H Building, Kenwood Hall, and livestock barns; coordinated scheduling of events and support for Tri-Rivers Fair.

Farm Division

Approximately 32 years ago, a gentleman by the name of Oliver Hagg willed to Saline County 1,100 acres of farm ground.

In his will, Mr. Hagg stated that it was his wish that the land be used for conservation and education. Numerous projects have been done on the farm over the years, but one of the most important of these was in 2001 when Saline County established the Oliver Hagg Memorial Scholarship Fund. Each year, a renewable $1,000 Scholarship is awarded to a Saline County High School Senior.

The criteria for this scholarship are community involvement, strong school work ethics, and the applicant’s desire to continue his/her post-secondary education in the field of agriculture. Since the first scholarships were awarded in In the fall of 2002, forty-seven Saline County students have received the Hagg Scholarship.

Hagg Scholarship Criteria

Hagg Scholarship Application

Frequently Asked Questions

What is your overnight stall availability?

Check out our current availability here

What are your hours of operation?

We are open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday - Friday

Where is the Expo Center location?

Our address is: 900 Greely Ave, Salina, KS 67401 ​
Driving directions:

  • From I-70 take exit #253 Ohio Street, turn South, and travel 3.25 miles (approximately) to Greeley Ave stoplight. Turn West on Greeley. When you come to a stop sign you will see our Livestock and Expo sign. 
  • From I-35, take exit 89 Schilling Road, and turn East on Schilling Road, take a left (north) onto Ohio Street, travel 3.25 miles (approximately) to Greeley Ave stoplight. Turn West on Greeley Ave. When you come to a stop sign you will see our Livestock and Expo sign. 

What do I need to have to rent any Expo Buildings for an event?

To rent any of our buildings you'll need to present a declaration page or certificate of insurance with the following requirements:

Renter shall procure and maintain policies of insurance issued by companies authorized to do business in the State of Kansas as follows:

  • Minimum policy limits of $500,000 for injuries, including death sustained by one person.
  • Minimum of $500,000 for injuries, including death, to two or more persons.
  • Minimum of $100,000 for property damage; the term of such coverage to coincide with the dates of this agreement including move-in and move-out.

Before entering into possession under the terms and provisions of the rental agreement, the Renter shall provide current certificates of insurance designating Saline County and its officers, agents, and employees as insureds under the aforesaid policies for the term of this rental agreement.  In addition, if alcohol is allowed as part of Renter’s event, the Renter shall provide written verification from Renter’s insurance carrier that said carrier acknowledges that alcohol will be allowed as part of the event and that Renter’s insurance will cover any and all claims arising out of or related to the utilization of the premises by Renter.

Please visit our Rental Facilities page to learn more, or call us at (785) 826-6532. 

Meet The Staff

David Flaherty II

Expo/Weed/Farm Director

(785) 819-3094

Jeremy Bowman

Maintenance Supervisor

(785) 819-0266

Regina Allen

Administrative Assistant- Saline County Livestock & Expo Center

(785) 826-6532


900 Greeley
Salina, KS 67401
(785) 826-6532 
Hours: 8 AM - 5 PM Monday - Friday
Closed Weekends & Holidays
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