This month, the City of Olathe will start to increase its communications with neighborhoods via Nextdoor, a social networking tool available via the web or mobile app.
The City of Olathe has released its 2015 annual water quality report at Water Quality. Each year, the City provides customers with an annual water quality report as assurance that City water meets and exceeds state and federal drinking water quality standards.
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 which is most committed to water conservation. As of Monday, April 20, the City of Olathe is in 11th place among cities with a population of 100,000 – 300,000. Let’s crack the Top 10! Visit MyWaterPledge.com to take the quick pledge.
Google and AT&T will have utility contractors completing work throughout the city over the next few months for Google fiber and U-verse with AT&T GigaPower service networks.
The I-35 ramp closures at Santa Fe and Old 56 Highway have been delayed until the weekend of April 18. This will affect the Santa Fe Street/135th Street to southbound I-35 entrance ramp and the southbound I-35 to Old U.S. 56 exit ramp.
Starting, Tuesday, April 14, KDOT will close all lanes of Renner Boulevard at K-10, eastbound K-10 to Renner Boulevard exit ramp and Renner Boulevard to eastbound K-10 entrance ramp. The Renner Road south of I-35 detour route will divert traffic onto southbound Ridgeview Road to College Boulevard.
Enjoy fresh produce, flowers, herbs, eggs and more when Saturday and Wednesday Olathe Farmers’ Market open for the season at two locations.
The City of Olathe Housing Division and Olathe Salvation Army will sponsor a free financial workshop on April 16 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Olathe Salvation Army, 420 E. Santa Fe in Olathe.
Hear from and meet with experienced financial professionals and learn how to build a sound and stable financial future for you and your family. FREE CHILD CARE/TUTORING WILL BE PROVIDED ON-SITE.
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.”
The City of Olathe wants to remind you about some helpful tips if you encounter rising water: