To prevent the spread of coronavirus in our community, Johnson County Government has ordered residents to stay at home except for essential needs, beginning Tuesday, March 24 for 30 days.
The following services are available in Overland Park, but provided by other public organizations.
The Johnson County Health Department licenses day cares.
The Overland Park Fire Department performs fire inspections on day care facilities in Overland Park.
Stoll Park, operated by the Johnson County Parks & Recreation District, is Overland Park’s only off-leash dog park.
The Kansas Department of Revenue issues driver’s licenses and vehicle registrations.
The Johnson County Election Office coordinates elections and facilitates candidate filings for office.
The Johnson County Department Health and Environment provides many public health and wellness services.
The Kansas Department of Transportation manages highway construction and maintenance for highways in Overland Park, including I-35, I-435, U.S. 69, U.S. 56.
The Johnson County Library provides library services to Overland Park residents.
Johnson County provides property data for Overland Park properties.
RideKC provides public transportation, including bus services, microtransit, and park and ride options.
Education is a major contributor to the quality of life in Overland Park and is one of the reasons the city is continually ranked high nationally.
The following school organizations are independent institutions, but serve Overland Park students:
The Johnson County Health Department provides a variety of services for seniors.
The Johnson County Election Office provides voter registration, assigns polling places, produces sample ballots, and coordinates elections.
Johnson County’s Wastewater Department provides collection and treatment of wastewater and sewage for Overland Park residents and organizations.
WaterOne is an independent public water utility serving much of Johnson County.