It may be October on the calendar, but the first snow event decided to make an appearance early for the season. Johnson County Public Works will have crews out the evening of Oct. 26 into Oct. 27. The crews will watch for slick spots that may develop due to refreeze. They will treat the locations as needed.
Johnson County Public Works is responsible for snow and ice removal in the unincorporated area of Johnson County. If you live within city limits, please contact your city directly about snow and ice removal issues. For snow and ice removal issues on a highway, please contact the Kansas Department of Transportation.
If, after 24 hours, you feel Public Works has missed your area in unincorporated Johnson County, please submit an online Request for Service.
To prepare yourself for the upcoming winter weather season, check out our winter weather guide.
Learn more about how Public Works handles snow and ice removal.