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For the ninth consecutive year, the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the City of Olathe the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its 2013 budget document.
Looking for a great way to keep the kids busy over spring break? Register your son or daughter for the Olathe Parks and Recreation Spring Break Basketball Camp, March 18-21.
The 2013 community garden season is just weeks away and Olathe Community Garden members are preparing for the first work day on Saturday March 16.
The City will take requests for bulk pickup of debris from the recent two winter storms at no charge through Friday, March 8.
Crews have made tremendous progress since snow removal operations moved into residential areas less than 24 hours ago. All residential straight streets are now considered passable and Cul-de-sacs will be passable this evening. Snow removal operations will continue as long as necessary.
The Compost Facility at 127th and Hedge Lane will be open on Wednesday to accept storm damaged limbs and trees. No charge for Olathe residents with Olathe utility bill and matching ID. Non-Olathe or commercial loads will have a charge.
The Transfer Station will also be open regular schedule on Wednesday.
Trash and recycling curbside collections will be delayed by one day for the remainder of the week.
Crews from the cities of Lenexa, Olathe, Overland Park and Shawnee continue working non-stop to clear snow from city streets. Each jurisdiction has made significant progress clearing arterial streets.
Crews from the cities of Lenexa, Olathe, Overland Park and Shawnee continue working non-stop to clear snow from city streets. Each jurisdiction has made significant progress clearing arterial streets. However, the volume and heavy nature of the snow is impacting every jurisdiction’s progress clearing residential streets, and refreezing will further add to the challenge.
Crews continue 24/7 snow operations with large trucks focused on main roadways (arterials and collector streets) and smaller trucks moving into residential areas. Road conditions are slick and drivers can expect windrows (piled snow) at intersections. This is unavoidable given the amount of snow accumulation.