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The Johnson County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) is responsible for enacting legislation, levying and appropriating taxes and setting budgets, and Johnson County residents are strongly encouraged to engage with county government and have their voices heard. Weekly BOCC meetings are open to the public and streamed online. Many of our departments and agencies have advisory boards that depend on citizen participation. Johnson County residents who are registered to vote elect the BOCC members, District Attorney and Sheriff, so the more you know, the more empowered your vote. This is a great place to get educated and start engaging.

Government News

Celebrating Aviation Day at New Century AirCenter and Executive Airport

Bring the family to celebrate Aviation Day at Johnson County Airport Commission's New Century AirCenter and Executive Airport from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 26.

New Century AirCenter Flyer:

  • Advanced Aviation and Commemorative Air Force to sponsor an Open House at Advanced Aviation and CAF Hangar.  CAF will be offering rides in their WWII PT19 (per passenger fee & weather permitting.  Lunch will be provided for a fee in the CAF Hangar.
  • New Century Air Service to sponsor an Open House, tours, display of aircraft, and airplane rides (per passenger fee & weather permitting).

Executive Airport Flyer:

  • Air Associates, Inc., will sponsor an Open House, aircraft displays, and airplane rides (per passenger fee & weather permitting) beginning early afternoon, Redbird full motion simulator demonstration and refreshments.
  • KCAC Aviation will sponsor an Open House that includes air traffic control tower tours, aircraft displays featuring new, military, antique, civil air patrol as well as business aircraft, demonstration flights (per passenger fee & weather permitting), hot air balloons, Angel Flight and many other aviation related organizations. Demonstration flights and a free lunch will be served.
  • KCCopters, A Johnny Rowlands Company, will sponsor an Open House, helicopter flight simulator, helicopter flight demonstration, KMBC-TV's NewsChopper 9 will be on display, and rides (per passenger fee & weather permitting).  A free lunch will be served.
Joint Board of County Commissioners/Airport Commission Board Meeting - Wednesday, April 23, 2014

The Joint Board of County Commissioners/Johnson County Airport Commission Board meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. in the Board Room of the Johnson County Airport Commission, One New Century Parkway, New Century, Kansas.

Follow Johnson County's 9/11 Day of Observance and Service

The first-ever Johnson County Day of Observance and Service on September 11, 2013 was a tremendous day of action.

Hundreds of employees spent their lunch hour working on the WIC community garden, collecting trash, marking storm drains, and learning CPR. There was also an unwanted prescription medication drop-off, a place to recycle old electronics for recycling, and clothing donations for the less fortunate.

Check out how much Johnson County employees accomplished on September 11!

Johnson County Day of Service By the Numbers:

  • Over 200 people participated 
  • 107 pounds of fresh produce harvested from the WIC Community Garden 
  • 35 people trained in CPR, AED, and stroke awareness 
  • Over 700 pounds of clothing and shoes, 77 pairs of glasses, 4 boxes of purses, and 15 bikes collected 
  • Over 12 pallets of electronic waste collected 
  • 20 pounds of medication properly disposed of 
  • 40 stormdrains marked 
  • 300 pounds of food collected 
  • 21 pounds of trash picked up 
  • 21 cars tested for gas leakage 
  • 40 people took a picture with their public commitment (check out the facebook page to see if you recognize anyone) 
  • About $400 raised for Feed the Need from lunch sales 
  • 11 Opportunities to serve in the future

There are many ways to serve beyond the Johnson County Day of Service on 9/11.

Here are 11 examples of how you can make a difference in your community:

  1. Be an election worker (Elections)
  2. Deliver meals to homebound seniors (Meals on Wheels – Human Services)
  3. Mentor a Youth (Corrections)
  4. Donate your time at the book sale (Library)
  5. Lend a hand to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (JCDS)
  6. Attend the Citizen’s Academy (Sheriff Office)
  7. Be an advocate for children and families (Court Services – Supervised Visitation Program)
  8. Decorate crafts or make tray favors for homebound seniors (Human Services)
  9. Be a Golf Course Marshal (Parks and Rec)
  10. Host a food or commodity drive for one of our local food pantries (Human Services)
  11. Spend time with the elderly (Evergreen Community of Johnson County – long term care facility)

Contact Brandy Hodge for more information about how to volunteer. Brandy.Hodge@jocogov.org

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