Beginning July 14 at 10:00 a.m., 159th Street at US 169 (K-7) will open to traffic.
The City of Olathe Product ReUse Program has changed facilities and is now open to shoppers five days per week.
With flash flood season upon us, remember these helpful tips if you encounter flash flooding:
The Olathe Farmers' Market, currently located at Kansas and Poplar in downtown Olathe, will move to the Olathe Community Center (1205 E. Kansas City Road) on Saturday, July 5.
Olathe residents are invited to join City staff on Monday, July 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Chamber at City Hall (100 E. Santa Fe) for an overview of the 2015 proposed budget, and an opportunity to ask questions, provide comments, and enjoy light refreshments. Anyone can submit questions via the Budget Inquiry Box.
The City of Olathe received several communication awards at the National Association of Government Communicator’s 2014 Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards, held June 12 at the National Press Club in Washington DC.
The Kansas Department of Transportation will close the north side of the K-7/I-35/151st Street intersection the weekends of June 20 and June 27.
Beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, June 16, residents should expect delays at the intersection of College Boulevard and Ridgeview Road.
Work on College Boulevard, as part of the Johnson County Gateway Project, was delayed last week. Construction is anticipated to begin between June 9 and June 20. Initial work will include fence relocation, clearing topsoil, grading and work on the north side of College Boulevard.
Beginning Tuesday, June 10, KDOT will begin traffic signal work at the US-169 (K-7) and 159th Street intersection, reducing southbound traffic to one lane and closing 159th Street from US-169 to Cherry Street. 159th Street will remain closed until improvements on the west side of the intersection are complete. Message boards and detours are provided.