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Pops in the Park concert
August 29

Celebrate Labor Day with KC Symphony's free park concert

The Kansas City Symphony will present its annual Labor Day “Pops in the Park” concert...

August 27

Newby reappointed as Election Commissioner

Brian Newby was reappointed for another four-year term as Johnson County Election Commissioner by Kansas Secretary of State...

heatwave guy with fan
August 26

Stay cool in a JoCo library

The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment, in cooperation with the Johnson County Library, encourages citizens...

Museum car
August 22

Museum will close Aug. 25-26 for maintenance

The Johnson County Museum and the 1950s All-Electric House will be closed on Monday, August 25 and Tuesday, August 26, 2014,...

August 21

JoCo Wastewater recognized with outstanding compliance awards

Each year the recognizes public wastewater facilities for outstanding compliance with National Pollutant Discharge Elimination...

Athlete protocol
August 18

EMS introduces new trauma protocol for athletes

Today, Johnson County EMS System Medical Director Dr. Ryan Jacobsen announced the County’s new trauma protocol for athletes....

August 15

The JO presents free rides, Eco Elvis and snow cones

Celebrate the end of summer with the JO on Wednesday, August 20, by riding the bus for free and enjoying live music and...

adopted FY15 Budget
August 14

BOCC adopts FY 2015 budget

The Johnson County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) adopted the FY 2015 budget for Johnson County with a constant mill...

sm park
August 12

JCPRD seeks naming ideas for future parks

An August 18 deadline has been set for public input on proposed names for four future park properties being considered by the...

August 11

FAQ on Southeast JoCo road improvement projects

Our Public Works department is responsible, among many things, for the maintenance and construction of roads and bridges in...


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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