Johnson County continues to respond to winter storm
Johnson County Government continues today to respond to the winter storm, by treating county roads. Although most departments are back to full operation, some programs remain impacted by the weather.
Public Works crews continued to plow and treat unincorporated mainline roadways within the county overnight. Work continues today to clear roadways. Cities maintain their own roads. Temperatures are expected to be above freezing, which is expected to help melt the snow off roads.
Johnson County Facilities grounds crews are addressing snow removal at Johnson County buildings.
Johnson County Emergency Management, a division of Johnson County Emergency Services, continues to work closely with the National Weather Service to stay up to date on conditions. Emergency Management is meeting regularly with Johnson County leaders to keep them informed as they make decisions about weather-related impacts to programs, services and facilities.
Current closures, cancellations and delays include the following:
- Johnson County Aging and Human Services: Catch-a-Ride services and Home-Delivered Meals are canceled today, March 11. The nutrition centers (congregate sites) are also closed.
All Johnson County emergency and essential services continue to be provided to the public. Stay up to date on the latest Johnson County closures and cancellations at jocogov.org/snow. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook, @jocogov for updates.