Kansas Highways Routelog

Kansas Highway 219

Designated November 14, 1950
Withdrawn May 1, 2013
Length: 0.995 miles
South Endpoint:
Junction K-19 south of Seward

North Endpoint:
South City Limits of Seward

Counties Passed through: Stafford


In 1946, the State Highway Commission relocated K-19 1 mile to the south, bypassing the towns of Radium and Seward. In March of 1949, the Commission agreed to build and maintain a spur to Seward if Stafford County agreed to acquire the right of way. In October of 1950, the county certified that they had acquired the ROW.

K-219 was removed from the state highway system and turned over to Stafford County on May 1, 2013.