Beginning Jan. 4, 2016, on-site reference services provided by the Johnson County Archives & Records Management staff will be available by appointment only. Currently, the facility, located at 19310 W. 159th Street in Olathe, is open and... more
Weather experts are forecasting overnight temperatures as low as 10 degrees this week, so it’s a good time to review some cold-weather safety basics. Typical injuries in cold weather include dehydration, frostbite and hypothermia. Here are some... more
Early next year vendors who do business with Johnson County Government will use a new electronic bidding system called Ionwave. For the first time, potential vendors will be able to submit bids and proposals to our Purchasing Department... more
There aren't many days left for those of us who still have Christmas shopping to do. Here are some ideas for the last-minute shopper that will still be considered thoughtful and will be remembered long after the tornado of wrappings and ribbons... more
Do you have an old uncashed check from Johnson County Government? If it’s at least two years old, it’s going to be cancelled due to a Board of County Commission vote yesterday that follows Kansas law. We’ve posted... more
Traveling across the county may be a little easier after projects approved in the 2016 County Assistance Road System (CARS) Program have been completed. The CARS program was formalized in 1983 after the Board of County Commissioners recognized... more
Community Blood Center (CBC) has announced a blood emergency and is asking for the community’s help to replenish the supply for the upcoming holiday period and less predictable emergent needs. Blood donors of all blood types are urged to respond... more
Before you're buried under a pile of glitzy wrapping paper, ribbons, bows and other embellishments, think outside the box in terms of how gifts can be presented in fun, creative, attractive packages that won’t go straight to the landfill.