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May 2

Recognizing our Department of Corrections

This week Johnson County is recognizing National Correctional Officers and Employees Week. Johnson County’s Department of...

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April 29

Weekend fun courtesy of JCPRD

If the weather holds up, there are two opportunities for fun at Johnson County Park & Recreation District facilities on...

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April 28

Inaugural Citizens Academy class recognized

Congratulations to the below-listed 29 individuals for completing Johnson County Government’s inaugural Citizens Academy...

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April 27

Funding authorization for second phase of JCW project

Johnson County Wastewater staff will present a five year Capital Improvement Plan to the Board of County Commissioners in a...

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April 27

Johnson County criminal justice team attends D.C. summit

A team of criminal justice and behavioral health professionals from Johnson County attended a two-day summit in Washington D.C...

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April 26

Threat of severe weather today

The National Weather Service has predicted two rounds of storms will impact the KC metro today including Johnson County. Our...

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April 25

JoCo experts weigh in on Zika virus

So far, Kansas has only one person (in the southwest part of the state) who tested positive for Zika virus after traveling....

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April 22

Think solar this Earth Day

Have you ever considered harnessing the power of solar energy? Johnson County has taken great strides to make solar an easier...

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April 21

Plans advance for new courthouse and coroner facility

Today, the Johnson County commissioners agreed to move forward on a new courthouse and coroner facility. The proposed funding...

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April 20

Committee of the Whole to decide direction on courthouse

On April 21, the Board of County Commissioners will make a decision on the future of the...

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JoCo Magazine

JoCo Magazine brings information about County services, finances, and quality of life to every Johnson County resident. It is mailed three times per year.

The Best Times

The Best Times is focused on informing, supporting, and entertaining residents age 60 and older. It is mailed monthly to all Johnson County residents in that demographic for free.

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