Johnson County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved a recommendation from Election Commissioner Ronnie Metsker to purchase 2,100 new voting machines for a total cost of approximately $10.5 million.
Johnson County was selected as one of seven counties in the nation as a Stepping Up Innovator County for its expertise in taking actions to reduce the number of people in jail who experience mental illness.
On May 17, Johnson County Election Commissioner Ronnie Metsker will recommend the Board of County Commissioners approve the purchase of 2,100 new voting machines for a total cost of approximately $10.5 million.
Recently, Johnson County Government recognized 26 local businesses, nonprofit organizations and school as R5 Certified Green Partner for outstanding environmental achievements related to waste diversion, composting and more.
Johnson County Library has engaged the University of Kansas Public Management Center to assist it in gathering community input as it updates its five-year strategic plan. Whether you visit the library regularly or it’s been a while, Johnson... more
Johnson County Parks and Recreation District invites the public to celebrate the magic of nature at their seventh annual Enchanted Fairytale Forest event on Saturday, May 5 at the Ernie Miller Nature Center. Visitors have the option of attending... more
The Johnson County Board of County Commissioners today authorized the Mental Health Center to accept an emergency solutions grant to fund a new, full-time case manager position to provide homeless outreach services.
The County Manager’s Office and Board of County Commissioners recognized 33 residents on Monday for their completion of the Johnson County Citizens Academy. This 10-week program provides community-minded individuals the opportunity to participate... more