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State of the City - March 7

Olathe Mayor Michael Copeland will deliver the State of the City on Friday, March 7, at the Hilton Garden Inn. 

The City of Olathe Needs Your Input!

In an effort to better serve the needs of Olathe residents, the City of Olathe is currently seeking feedback regarding mapping tools on the City’s website.

Olathe Parks and Recreation Now Hiring Seasonal Positions

Looking for rewarding work that will have a positive impact on your community?  The City of Olathe Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) has several seasonal openings for 2014.

Olathe Community Center Update

The interior of the Olathe Community Center is quickly taking shape and plans are underway for the grand opening event on July 3.

City Offices Closed for Presidents Day Holiday

City of Olathe offices will close on Monday, February 17 for the Presidents Day holiday.  The City’s trash and recycling collection remains on schedule. 

Enjoy Pancakes with the Presidents

Register by February 14 to enjoy pancakes and sausage with President George Washington and President Abraham Lincoln on Saturday, February 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the Heritage Center, 1200 Kansas City Road.

Public Meeting Regarding 151st and Lindenwood Stormwater Project

An open house is scheduled for the proposed 151st Street and Lindenwood Drive stormwater project on Tuesday, February 11, at 6:30 p.m. in the Commons Room at Indian Trail Middle School, 1440 E. 151st St. The proposed project involves modifying the culverts under 151st Street and 153rd Terrace, relocating utility lines, replacing the existing concrete channel, constructing retaining walls and relocating sanitary sewer lines.

City of Olathe Winter Storm Update for February 6: Crews Winding Down Snow Plow Operations and Preparing for More Winter Weather

Crews are winding down snow plow operations and beginning to prepare for upcoming storms. Current forecasts are calling for a chance of light snow over the weekend, as well as the potential for a significant winter storm on Tuesday.

City of Olathe Winter Storm Update for February 5; Crews Shifting Focus to Residential Streets

City of Olathe street crews have shifted the majority of resources to residential streets after addressing 12 to 15 inches of blowing snow on arterials and collectors.

Midday Winter Storm Update - February 4

City of Olathe street crews are on 24/7 operations, focusing attention on primary streets.  Snow rates are making it difficult to keep primary streets and highways open. Residents are urged to stay off streets and indoors if possible so as not to hinder snow removal and emergency response efforts.  

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