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Public Advisory: Normal operations today, Friday, Jan. 17, with the following exceptions ... | last updated: 01/17/2020 - 11:00am | + read more

We have been closely monitoring weather and road conditions last night and this morning, and have decided to proceed with normal operations today, Friday, Jan. 17, with the following exceptions:

  • To and from Papercrete transportation has been cancelled for the day.
  • Catch-a-Ride volunteer transportation services are cancelled for the day.
  • Area Agency on Aging – Home Delivered Meals (Meals on Wheels) will not be delivered today.
  • Nutrition Centers are closed today.
  • Some Museum, Theatre and Arts programs have been rescheduled (participants have been notified).
  • Library locations will be closed on Friday, January 17, 2020, due to inclement weather. Friends of Johnson County Library Bookstores at Antioch, Blue Valley and Central Resource Libraries are closed all day. Our eLibrary is always open! This is a good day to check out the eLibrary where you can find newspapers, magazines, e-books, databases and more.
  • Paratransit and Micro Transit riders should expect delays between 30-60  minutes. Check @RideKC on social media for the latest.


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Phone: 913-715-0725

111 S. Cherry St., Suite 3300, Olathe, KS 66061

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Cedar Niles Park Development Project

(Information through Nov. 30, 2019)

Date authorized: Project approved through Capital Improvement Plan

Project Authorization: $5,609,610

Delivery Method: Design, Bid, Build

Design Firm: Confluence

Contractor: Pyramid Contractors Inc.

Completion Date: Substantial Completion anticipated December 2020

Future Pending Action(s): No action required from BOCC

Update: On November 20, 2019, the JCPRD Board authorized entering into an agreement with Pyramid Contractors Inc. to serve as the general contractor for the project. The planned 957 acres west of Hwy 7 and south of 119th Street contains many natural assets including streams, dramatic topography, and diverse plant life. Initial development includes trails, pedestrian bridges, trailhead parking, picnic shelter, playground, and restroom facility.

In December of 2018 JCPRD purchased the 75 acre Stoneridge property located in the middle of and surrounded by Cedar Niles Park. The addition brings Cedar Niles Park to 1,032 acres. The Stoneridge property features multiple structures including a large single family house, enclosed barn, open air arena, and horse stable. Staff will be planning this addition to Cedar Niles Park in 2020.

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