Johnson County Human Services will host a “Nut” Your Average Food Drive through the month of September collecting personal hygiene items and cleaning supplies for Johnson County residents in need. It’s an effort to help clients “store up” those... more
The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment has added a paint can crusher at the Household Hazardous Waste site, which will allow the county to recycle approximately 1.5 tons of metal paint cans each month.
Curious to see our plans for repurposing the King Louie building into the new Arts & Heritage Center? Come to our community event on August 31 at Meadowbrook. We'll have project designers as well as Johnson County Museum and Johnson County... more
Johnson County Government's 2015 Feed the Need campaign raised more than 314,000 pounds of food plus an additional nearly $77,000. This efforts supports 10 Johnson County food pantries. Please read more... more
The Northeast Johnson County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning at Antioch Park to celebrate the placement of electric vehicle charging stations at seven Johnson County Park & Recreation District sites. The new... more
There are several opportunities for family-friendly fun through the Johnson County Park and Recreation District (JCPRD) available this weekend. Tonight attend A Trail of Stardust - the Perseid Meteor Shower at TimberRidge Adventure Center (12300... more
This is National Forensic Science Week, a week dedicated to recognizing the importance of proper forensic science and its critical role in criminal investigations. The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is helping to educate the public about its... more
The Johnson County Museum experienced an all-time attendance record at its main museum last month. In July 2015, the museum served 5,643 people; the previous record attendance month was three years ago, in July 2012, when there were 5,068... more