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Governor Brownback visits with ARC residents.
October 13

Governor Sam Brownback tours Department of Corrections facility

Today Governor Sam Brownback toured the Johnson County Department of Corrections' Adult Residential Center (ARC) in New...

October 12

Museum's modernism exhibition wins award, extends closing

The Johnson County Museum “What is Modernism?” exhibition received the 2015 Award of Excellence from the Kansas Museums...

October 9

JoCo Public Works participates in Snow Plow Rodeo

The Johnson County Public Works Department was one of nearly 20 teams from all over the region — some came from as far as...

Walt Way retires
October 9

Walt Way retires as Dir. of Emergency Mgt. & Communications

Today we wish a fond farewell to Walt Way who retires from a 42-year public safety career. You can...

October 8

JoCo Library branches host ¡Viva la Fiesta! on Oct. 10

Hola, amigos. We've transformed our Latino Festival into a giant party for Second Saturday, Oct. 10...

October 7

Seasonal flu vaccine now available

The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment has...

October 6

Imagine a day without water

Could you go a day without water? No water to drink or make coffee. No water to shower, flush the toilet, or do laundry....

October 5

Oct. 7 is National Walk to School Day!

Safe Kids Johnson County will join local school children, parents, caregivers and FedEx volunteers on Wednesday, Oct. 7 to...

PEAK Awards
October 2

Johnson County Wastewater brings home prestigious awards

Johnson County Wastewater was recognized in July at the NACWA national conference held in Providence, R.I. for its outstanding...

October 1

What makes a community healthy? Your opinion matters

What makes a community healthy? This important question is what JCDHE wants to answer. Every three years,...


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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