The City of Olathe has joined the National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation, a friendly competition between cities across the United States, held April 1-30, to see who can be the most “water wise.” Mayors and civic leaders nationwide have challenged their residents to conserve water on behalf of their city in an effort to drastically decrease water and energy use across the country.
Indian Creek Trail, just west of Pflumm under 127th Street, is scheduled to close on March 26th. This portion of the trail connects the Eastbrooke and Regency Place subdivisions to the main Indian Creek trail, and is estimated to be closed until August 2014. Detours around the closure will be provided. This closure is part of the 127th Street Improvements.
The Olathe Parks & Recreation FREE Summer Concert Series is seeking applications from charities for the 2014 season.
Spring is officially here! Now is a great time to prepare for spring rain storms and their potential to cause flooding problems in the home.
On Tuesday March 4th, the Olathe City Council received the results of the Olathe’s most recent citizen satisfaction survey showing Olathe continues enjoying some of the highest satisfaction levels in the country.
Drivers in Olathe will encounter flashing yellow arrows in the city when new traffic signal indicators for left turns are installed this spring.
Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm, 1200 Kansas City Rd., Olathe, will offer living history activities Thursday, March 20 Friday March 21 and Saturday March 22.
Registration for Spring programs is now underway at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm in Olathe.
All Johnson County residents have the opportunity to drop off their unwanted Household Hazardous Waste(HHW) at the City of Olathe’s drop-off event March 8 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the HHW facility, 1420 S.
Olathe Mayor Michael Copeland will deliver the State of the City on Friday, March 7, at the Hilton Garden Inn.