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Donate to the Mayor's Christmas Tree Fund

The 2013 Mayor's Christmas Tree Fund supports fifteen local charities who serve Olathe children and families in need.  

Snow Brigade Seeking Volunteers

The City of Olathe is seeking volunteers for the Snow Brigade. The program matches volunteers with elderly and/or disabled residents to assist with snow removal from driveways and sidewalks. Volunteers are assigned one or more resident locations to remove snow from the driveway and/or sidewalk when there is two inches of snow or more.

Toy and Food Drive Celebrates 10th Year of Helping Families

Founded in 2003 by law enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics and caring community members, the Johnson County Public Safety Toy and Food Drive celebrates its 10th year of helping Johnson County families in need during the Christmas holiday season.

Downtown Library Book Drops Relocated

The Olathe Public Library book drops previously located on Park Street have been relocated to the front of the library to accommodate new two-way traffic flow on Park Street.   

Other drop box locations include:

Olathe Community Center Charter Membership Program Announced

Olathe’s first Community Center is scheduled to open July 1, 2014 and memberships are now available along with a special Charter Member package option. 

Cast Your Vote! Mahaffie Finalist for Best Kept Secret

Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm’s Wild West Days is a finalist for the KC Parent’s Family Faves Contest in the Best Kept Secret category.

Street Maintenance Sales Tax Ballots to be Mailed - Oct. 23

On Wednesday, October 23, the Johnson County Election Office will mail ballots to all registered Olathe voters to consider a 3/8th cent sales tax to fund street maintenance.

Railroad Crossing Closes for Maintenance - Oct. 21 to 23

Beginning Monday, October 21, BNSF will be closing the railroad crossing between 159th Street and Old U.S. 56 for routine maintenance.

Rabies Vaccination Clinic - Saturday, Nov. 2

On Saturday, November 2, 2013 the City of Olathe will be offering its micro-chip and low cost rabies clinic for Olathe residents.

Drug Take Back - Saturday, Oct. 26

On Saturday October 26th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Olathe Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.

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