Starting March 16, City of Olathe customers will have a new online experience managing their utility accounts. The following are some of the improvements customers will notice:
On Monday, March 16, KDOT will begin a pavement replacement project on a two-mile stretch of northbound and southbound I-35 from just north of 151st Street to just north of Santa Fe Street/135th Street in Olathe. The work will occur during daylight hours (sunrise to sunset), Monday through Friday, with some occasional Saturday work.
Celebrate spring on Friday, March 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Olathe Community Center, 1205 E Kansas City Road. The inaugural Spring Fling is full of interactive activities, games, and a few eggs hunts!
Egg hunts will run from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and include a blindfolded hunt for kids ages four and up and an egg plunge for kids of all ages. Egg hunts are $3/child in advance and $5/child at the door. Age division times will be announced March 25. Register online or call 971-8563.
Spring Break Basketball Camp is back!
Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm, 1200 Kansas City Road, will offer living history activities Thursday, March 19, Friday March, 20, and Saturday March 21.
Brownie Girl Scout Day will be Saturday, April 11, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Brownie Girl Scouts will learn sewing skills and enjoy 1860s interactive spring farming activities.
Outdoor pool season starts May 25. Now is the time to purchase your season swim pass at the Olathe Community Center, 1205 E Kansas City Rd.
NotifyJoCo is an emergency alert system that began in 2013 to keep Johnson County residents, businesses and others informed of public safety alerts, water main breaks, public health alerts, and more. NotifyJoCo is a free public service made possible by a partnership of local governments and public utilities in Johnson County.
The Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm has played an important role in the history of Olathe since 1858. This year, Mahaffie is commemorating that role with a year-long celebration of the “sesquicentennial” birthday of its centerpiece: the 150-year-old limestone farmhouse.
The City of Olathe has been recognized as a winner of the 2015 Healthiest Employers, an awards program presented by the Kansas City Business Journal.