The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has given Cedar Lake a clean bill of health.
Tickets for the popular Fall Cemetery Tours are now available.
The City of Olathe was notified today that Cedar Lake (15500 S. Lone Elm Road) tested positive for high levels of Blue-Green Algae.
Beginning Monday, August 11, 127th Street, from Black Bob Road to Pflumm Road, will be open to traffic one lane in each direction.
BNSF will close the 159th street railroad crossing on Monday, August 11 at 7 a.m. It will re-open at 5 p.m. on August 12. Traffic will be re-routed to Old 56 Hwy.
Please slow down and use caution near schools as students return to the classroom this week.
Safety information for drivers, bus riders and students who walk to school; crossing guard information; and maps of safe routes to schools are available on the City’s website at OlatheKS.org/SchoolSafety.
The City of Olathe encourages residents to divert waste from the landfill by recycling. Olathe’s diversion rate was 38.29 percent in 2013, exceeding the national average of 35 percent. Improve our diversion rate more with these helpful recycling tips:
The City of Olathe will reduce pool operations beginning in August as follows:
The City of Olathe is looking for youth, grades 9-12, to serve on the Olathe Teen Council for the 2014-2015 school year.
The Kansas Department of Transportation will have closures and lane reductions at the K-7/US 169/151st Street and I-35 interchange beginning at 9 p.m. Friday evening through 5 a.m. Monday morning.