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2013 Summer Concert Schedule Announced

The Olathe FREE Summer Concert Series is back for its 14th season and this year’s line-up promises to please the purest of music fans and families alike.  Kicking-off the season on Friday, June 7 is the Sam Bush Band.

Mahaffie Spring Programs

Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm, 1200 Kansas City Road, will host several spring programs in March and April. Registration is now open for Spring Home School Day, Brownie Girl Scout Day, and the Yes I Can Drive! horse driving clinic for youth ages 8 to 18.

 

Survey Says Olathe Still Performing at “Elite” Level

Results from the City of Olathe’s annual citizen satisfaction survey were presented to the City Council on Tuesday, March 5, and show the city continues performing at an exceptionally high level.

Sign Up for New County-wide Emergency Alerts

Olathe residents can now receive direct messages about impending emergencies in Olathe and surrounding Johnson County with the launch of NotifyJoCo, a free, mass communications system that sends alerts about incidents from evacuations to water outages, via phone, text or email.

Kansas Severe Weather Awareness Week March 3-9

The Olathe Fire Department challenges you to create a family emergency plan during “Kansas Severe Weather Awareness Week,” March 3-9.

2013 Budget Award - 2014 Budget Process

For the ninth consecutive year, the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the City of Olathe the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its 2013 budget document.

Spring Break Basketball Camp

Looking for a great way to keep the kids busy over spring break?  Register your son or daughter for the Olathe Parks and Recreation Spring Break Basketball Camp, March 18-21.

Community Garden Prepares for 2013 Season

The 2013 community garden season is just weeks away and Olathe Community Garden members are preparing for the first work day on Saturday March 16.

Storm Debris Collection Service

The City will take requests for bulk pickup of debris from the recent two winter storms at no charge through Friday, March 8.

Winter Storm Update on Feb. 27

Crews have made tremendous progress since snow removal operations moved into residential areas less than 24 hours ago.  All residential straight streets are now considered passable and Cul-de-sacs will be passable this evening.  Snow removal operations will continue as long as necessary.

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