Due to utility work in the area, Elm Street (from Walnut to Kansas Avenue) will be closed from Wednesday, April 9 through Friday, April 11. Detours and message boards will be provided.
Thank you for your patience as we make these needed improvements.
When stormwater is not managed properly it can cause water pollution, streambank erosion, and flooding. Residential and business property owners are encouraged to help the City of Olathe manage stormwater run-off through a cost-share reimbursement program.
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 April 12 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the HHW facility, 1420 S. Robinson Drive behind Public Works and Customer Service.
This year, Olathe will operate two Farmers’ Market sites; the original location at 200 W. Santa Fe in downtown Olathe (corner of Poplar Street and Kansas Ave.) and the newest location at Black Bob Park, 14500 W. 151st St. (located in east side parking lot near Field 1).
The City of Olathe is seeking qualified applicants to fill a number of full-time and seasonal positions within the Olathe Parks & Recreation Department, including positions at the new Olathe Community Center opening July 1.
Purchase your Olathe season pool pass before April 30 and receive a $10 discount on a family membership and a $5 discount on individual passes.
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.”
For the 31st year, Olathe has received the Tree City USA designation by the Arbor Day Foundation.
An Application Workshop for 2015 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds will be held at 1:30 p.m., Monday, April 7, in Room 200 at the County Administration Building, 111 South Cherry Street in Olathe.
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.