Haysville will pay $46,534 to settle with Sedgwick County over jail fees dating back to 2008.
The city had owed $145,419 for jail fees from January 2008 through December 2009.
Haysville will pay about 32 percent of what it owes for that time period and has agreed to start paying the fees regularly.
Haysville is the third city to settle with the county, which started charging a $2.09 hourly fee Jan. 1, 2008, to house inmates in jail on municipal charges only. Goddard and Park City settled earlier this year. Goddard agreed to pay $9,000, and Park City agreed to pay $36,450.
The county began charging the fees to try to encourage cities to think twice about sending people to the jail, which is overcrowded.
A judge ruled in March that the county has the legal right to charge cities a jail fee for housing inmates on municipal offenses.
Cities that were still fighting the fee then were Haysville, Bel Aire and Wichita. Wichita owes about $8.2 million as of May 4, records show.
The city of Wichita argued that Wichita residents already pay for the jail through property taxes.
Bel Aire owes about $109,000 as of May 4, records show.