Health and Environment

Walk-in clinic open two times a week

Residents in the northern part of Johnson Count are now able to get immunizations and other services at the Department of Health and Environment’s Mission walk-in clinic twice a week.

Four ways to spring into health

Spring is almost here! The start of a new season can be an opportunity to adjust your routine and refocus on your health and fitness priorities. Prevent or manage chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure with these four healthy habits.

New Household Hazardous Waste Facility

The new Johnson County Household Hazardous Waste drop-off facility is currently under construction. This facility, located in Overland Park is set to open around June 2023. Residents of Johnson County can safely dispose of paint, household chemicals, batteries, yard chemicals, and much more. By Appointment Only.

COVID-19 Data

Current Information and data about COVID-19 cases and vaccinations in Johnson County, the state of Kansas, and the United States.

Vaccinations remain key against viruses

Respiratory viruses like COVID-19, influenza and RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) made an earlier than usual appearance in Johnson County this season. Cases of all three, especially RSV, started trending upward in the fall and have continued to increase.
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