The City of Olathe was notified today that Cedar Lake (15500 S. Lone Elm Road) has tested positive for high levels of Blue-Green Algae.
Though blue-green algae blooms are natural phenomena, exposure to high levels can be dangerous to both humans and animals. Swimming is not allowed at Cedar Lake, but the City is urging park visitors to be mindful of pets and make sure they do not swim in or drink from the lake until the algae levels are reduced. »
The fourth annual Chefs Challenge is back. Top student chefs from the Olathe Public Schools Culinary Arts program will take on the Olathe Farmers’ Market at 9 a.m. Aug. 23 and Aug. 30 at the Olathe Community Center location. »