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Fido & Me on Wednesday Mornings

Join the new Olathe Parks & Recreation program Fido & Me at Black Bob Park on Wednesday mornings at 8:00 a.m.

City Manager Presents Proposed 2014 Budget

Olathe City Manager Michael Wilkes presented his proposed 2014 budget during the June 18 Olathe City Council Meeting.  According to Wilkes, it is driven by Council and resident priorities as well as a responsible approach to preserving taxpayer assets.

FREE Summer Concert Series Continues to Rock

Head to Frontier Park on Friday, June 14, to enjoy the second FREE concert of the season featuring Exile with Selby, Mills, and LeMaire (SML).  The show kicks-off with SML at 7:00 p.m.

Fishing Derby Saturday, June 15

Looking for your child’s first fish tale? The June 15 Olathe Fishing Derby may just be the venue for your child to catch his/her first whopper or discover a love of fishing.

Black Bob Lane Closures Continue, Expect Delays

Phase II of the 127th Street Improvement Project is underway. Expect delays, and use alternative routes if possible.

2013 Downtown Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit in Place

Visit downtown Olathe and enjoy the 2013 Downtown Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit.

New Interactive Capital Improvement Plan Map

Track the progress of projects in your area with the new interactive Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) map.

14th Annual FREE Summer Concert Series Begins Friday

The City of Olathe is proud to present the 2013 FREE Summer Concert Series. Families and music enthusiasts will enjoy award-winning entertainment on select Fridays throughout the summer at Frontier Park.

Touch-A-Truck, ETC Partners with Childhood Cancer Walk June 8

Touch-A-Truck, ETC is back on Saturday, June 8 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Frontier Park. The second annual event is in conjunction with Braden’s Hope Walk for Childhood Cancer.

Flood Response Continues

Crews from a number of City of Olathe departments have been working since well before sunrise responding to high water throughout the city.  A number of areas, especially in southeast portions of Olathe, experienced a 25 to 100 year flood event due to the excessive rainfall.  Initial reports suggest over 3.5 inches of rain fell over a brief period of time in areas of the city already saturated from previous showers.

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