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Memorial Day closures

City of Olathe offices will be closed on Monday, May 25, for the Memorial Day Holiday.  Trash and recycling collection will remain on schedule.

The Olathe Downtown Library (201 E. Park Street) and the Olathe Indian Creek Library (12990 S. Black Bob Road) will be closed Sunday, May 24 and Monday, May 25.

The Olathe Community Center will be open from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Memorial Day.

 

Public meeting for storm drainage project on Little Cedar Creek

The City of Olathe will host a public meeting for the upcoming storm drainage project on Little Cedar Creek on Thursday, May 28 at 6:30 p.m. at Olathe City Hall (100 E. Santa Fe Street) in the City of Governors Meeting Room.

National Public Works Week puts the spotlight on Olathe Public Works

The City of Olathe is celebrating the 2015 National Public Works Week from May 17 through May 23. The week honors Olathe’s 324 employees who serve our community by ensuring the highest quality of life through clean water, quality infrastructure, and excellent public services.

City pools open May 25

Black Bob Bay, Millcreek, Oregon Trail and Frontier pools will open for the 2015 outdoor season on Monday, May 25 at 12:30 p.m.

Mahaffie summer season promotes family fun

The summer season officially beings at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm, 1200 E. Kansas City Road, on Friday, May 22.

2015 outdoor swim season starts May 25

Black Bob Bay, Millcreek, Oregon Trail and Frontier pools will open for the 2015 outdoor season on Monday, May 25 at 12:30 p.m.

Pardon our progress – Sport court construction

In the next two weeks, construction will begin on Mill Creek and Haven Park tennis courts and Fairview Park basketball courts.

Olathe increases neighborhood communication with Nextdoor

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.

2015 City of Olathe water quality report now available

The City of Olathe has released its 2015 annual water quality report at OlatheKS.org/OMS/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.

Help Olathe crack the Top 10 in National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation

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.

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