Snow Removal Directed to Arterial Streets

Due to the volume of snow, all crews plowing residential areas have been redirected to arterial streets to assist emergency responses. 

Stranded Vehicles on City Streets

Plowing has been significantly hampered by the number of stranded vehicles on city streets, and the City continues to strongly urge residents to avoid driving if at all possible. 

Vehicle Accident Reports on Feb. 21

The Olathe Police Department is asking drivers involved in non-injury accidents to exchange information and walk-in to the Police Department today or report the accident at a later date.

Municipal Court Canceled Feb. 21

Olathe Municipal Court has canceled all dockets for Thursday, February 21.  Those scheduled for this date will receive a notice in the mail with a new court date. 

City Solid Waste Operations Discontinued Feb. 21

City trash collection has been discontinued for Thursday, Feb. 21.  The Transfer Station and Household Hazardous Waste Site is also closed for operations on Feb. 21. Please check back for additional information as it becomes available.

Visit Snow Removal for additional information about City services during this winter storm event.

Snow Removal Tips

Ensure your safety and help with City snow removal:

Olathe Snow Removal Operations and Storm Management Underway

With a Winter Storm Warning currently in effect, Olathe crews have been working around the clock to prepare for the event and are ready to hit the pavement.

Transfer Station closed Saturday, Feb. 16

The Solid Waste Transfer Station will be closed for facility maintenance on Saturday, Feb. 16.  Regular operations will resume at 7:00 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 18.

City Offices Closed for Presidents Day

City of Olathe offices will close on Monday, February 18 for the Presidents Day holiday.  The City's trash and recycling collection schedule will NOT be impacted.

State of the City on March 1

Olathe Mayor Michael Copeland will deliver the State of the City on Friday, March 1, at the Olathe Holiday Inn.

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