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When stormwater is not managed it can cause water pollution, stream bank erosion, and flooding.
The Olathe Historic Preservation Board is proud to announce the establishment of the Olathe Register of Historic Places. On August 2, the City Council approved five separate landmarks for the first-ever designation to the local register.
The City of Olathe will reduce pool operations beginning in August:
Millcreek Pool will close for the season after pool hours on Sunday, August 7.
In response to another excessive heat warning from the National Weather Service for July 26-28, the Olathe Fire Department Office of Emergency Management and Olathe Public Library announce the opening of two cooling centers.
The City of Olathe is looking for youth, grades 9-12, to serve on the Olathe Teen Council for the 2011-2012 school-year. All applications must be received by Monday, September 12 to be considered.
On October 29, Olathe’s Persons with Disabilities Advisory Board will host a Disability Information Expo at the Great Mall of the Great Plains. The purpose of the Disability Information Expo is to provide information about services, resources, products and information for persons of all ages with various disabilities through entertainment, food and activities.
On Tuesday, August 2, neighborhoods and apartment complexes throughout Olathe are invited to join forces with thousands of other communities nationwide for the “28th Annual National Night Out” crime and drug prevention event.
The City of Olathe is offering low cost rabies vaccines at the City’s animal shelter on July 30 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
In response to a heat advisory from the National Weather Service which projects heat indices over the next several days to be between 105 and 110 degrees Fahrenheit, the Olathe Fire Department Office of Emergency Management and Olathe Public Library announce the opening of two cooling centers.