COVID-19 Coronavirus Update: 

KC-area residents ordered to stay home for 30 days. MORE...


COVID-19 Coronavirus

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The City of Olathe is working with Johnson County Department of Health and Environment, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) to closely monitor the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

According to state and county officials, multiple people in Johnson County have tested positive for COVID-19. People who are at higher risk of getting very sick from the illness are older adults and people who have serious chronic medical conditions.

Visit, the CDC, and the KDHE websites for the latest and best information about the COVID-19 coronavirus. FEMA has also has published a page dedicated to fighting misinformation regarding COVID-19. Call the Johnson County COVID-19 hotline at 913-715-2819, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7p.m., for health related information or questions.

Johnson County recently announced additional COVID-19 testing for the county, although these tests will only be administered to a randomized sample of residents for data sampling purposes. More information can be found on

The State of Kansas is determining which businesses fall under the "essential functions" category, and they have published an "essential functions" FAQ outlining permissible activities, enforcement, and more. Visit for essential business questions.

Olathe cancellations and suspensions due to COVID-19 

Parks & Rec
Municipal Court
City Council and Planning Commission Meetings

Even though you are staying at home, you can still contact the City using OlatheConnect, chat with a representative at, or call Customer Service at 913-971-9311.

City of Olathe services and resources

COVID-19 and water/sewer systems
Utility billing
Trash and recycling collection
Yard waste collection
Temporary license and permit changes
Business resources