The Board of County Commissioners will resume meeting in the Hearing Room beginning on Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 9:30 am. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, physical distancing will be observed in the Hearing Room, with limited seating in the adjacent lobby with audio available. A live broadcast will still be available at boccmeetings.jocogov.org and on Facebook Live. Public comments are being accepted for those who preregister. Live public comments will be accepted either in-person or via Zoom, audio only. Individuals wishing to speak in-person or via Zoom may register by completing the registration form link at https://boccmeetings.jocogov.org/onbaseagendaonline. Registration opens Tuesday afternoon/evening (coincides with publishing the agenda) and closes at noon (12:00 p.m.) on the Wednesday before the Thursday meeting. If you would like to make a WRITTEN public comment, please use this link, Public Comments and complete the form. If you have questions or concerns with the registration process or the deadline, please contact us at 913-715-8555. Persons who may need assistance, the use of a sign language or oral interpreter, or who require special accommodations, should contact us at [email protected] or contact us via the Kansas Relay Operator at 800-766-3777, or by phone at (913) 715-0430 at least two (2) business days prior to the meeting.
On April 22, 2021 at 9:30 am, the Board will consider the following JCW item:
Conduct a public hearing to consider whether the Board should utilize the construction management at-risk (CMAR) project delivery method for the Nelson Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvements project, and designate Johnson County staff to perform the selection process in accordance with the requirements of the Alternative Project Delivery Building Construction Procurement Act, K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 19-216b through 19-216g and provide a recommendation to the Board for award of a CMAR firm.
Johnson County Wastewater’s office is open to the public, but we have modified some of our business practices to mitigate risks associated with COVID-19. Please see Department News (COVID-19 Updates) for the most current information regarding safety measures when visiting our offices, and helpful links and phone numbers to assist you with your Permitting, Grease Management, and Customer Service needs.
Johnson County Wastewater is responsible for the safe collection, transportation, and treatment of wastewater generated by residential, industrial, and commercial customers. Johnson County Wastewater works to eliminate disease-causing bacteria and to protect the environment for human and aquatic life. Johnson County Wastewater's role is to ensure that our streams, rivers and lakes are free from disease-causing bacteria and viruses that are harmful to public health.