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Phone: 913-715-0725

111 S Cherry, Suite 3300, Olathe, KS 66061

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The County Manager's Office is responsible to the Board of County Commissioners and the residents of Johnson County for the effective and efficient delivery of programs and services, using sound management and financial principles while emphasizing high ethical values, innovation, and continuous improvement.

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It's time to audition for The Theatre in the Park
March 26, 2015

This weekend is your chance to be part of the 2015 season at The Theatre in the Park! General auditions take place this Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29 at Blue Valley High School. To learn more about the audition process and see the shows that make up the 2015 season, please visit The Theatre in the Park web site. Break a leg!

Johnson County is one of the healthiest counties in Kansas
March 25, 2015

A new national study ranks Johnson County at #2 out of the 105 counties in Kansas for our factors that lead to a healthy lifestyle. Read the full news release here.

Chairman Eilert gives 2015 State of the County
March 26, 2015

Ed Eilert, chairman of the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners, presented his 2015 State of the County Address today. Nearly 650 people gathered at the Ritz Charles in Overland Park for the annual luncheon and address. The Johnson County Public Policy Council co-sponsors the event, and it was hosted by the Lenexa Chamber of Commerce.

The news release and the full address are both available in our media room. We also have posted the video of Chairman Eilert's address on our YouTube channel.

You can also view the videos shown at the State of the County:

Chairman Eilert showcases Johnson County Community College
The BOCC highlights workforce development programs at our public schools

2015 ArtsKC Campaign a huge success
March 19, 2015

Each year Johnson County employees donate time, talent and dollars towards the ArtsKC Fund. This fund provides broad-based community support distributed through grants to arts organizations and individuals artists in the KC Metro.
 
This year Johnson County employees submitted 82 works of art for display during the campaign in two of our County buildings. Some of those pieces were sold in a silent auction and raised nearly $2,000. Combining that with t-shirt and calendar sales, plus employee contributions, this year’s campaign raised $17,506.70, solidly surpassing our $15,015 goal.
 
As part of the ArtsKC Campaign, Johnson County employees vote for their favorite work of art in the People’s Choice Award. The above photo was this year’s first-place winner, submitted by Jackie Eatinger of the Public Works Department.

Update on TB investigation at Olathe Northwest
March 19, 2015

Out of the more than 300 students and staff tested for tuberculosis (TB) at Olathe Northwest High School, only 8 percent (27 people) have tested positive. 

The answers to frequently asked questions are available here.

The full news release is available on the Department of Health and Environment web site.

Spring has sprung at the WIC community garden
March 17, 2015

About 20 volunteers started their St. Patrick's Day by doing something GREEN. Today was the spring planting kickoff at the Department of Health and Environment's community garden that provides fresh produce and volunteer opportunities to clients of the Johnson County Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program. These valuable volunteers made sure to get spring crops like potatoes and spinach into the ground. We invite you to click on a link below to: