Today, Sept. 2, the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment announced that within the next few weeks it will provide thousands of saliva tests to Johnson County K-12 schools. This is part of a strategy to stop COVID-19.
The new Johnson County Courthouse has reached the milestone of substantial completion. The project has been under construction for just over two years leading up to this significant date in the overall timeline.
Thanks to everyone who shared a COVID-19 impact story. In all, 281 stories were received. The information was gathered as part of the county's process to determine the distribution of $35 million in COVID Relief Funds.
The U.S. Election Assistance Commission has established Sept. 1 as National Poll Worker Recruitment Day. To celebrate the occasion, the Election Office is encouraging Johnson County residents to sign up to help their neighbors vote in November.... more
In addition to adopting the FY 2021 budget, here are highlights of the Board of County Commissioners’ other actions and activities in August 2020. More information including official minutes, votes and videos on all items is available at... more
The deadline is approaching for Johnson County businesses and organizations to request Personal Protective Equipment made available by the state of Kansas. Requests for a 90-day supply of the following items need to be made by this Friday,... more
Five Johnson County Park and Recreation District facilities will be hosting JCPRD Learning Hubs to provide in-person places for students in grades one through eight to safely learn and enjoy enrichment experiences as school reopening plans... more