Johnson County Department of Health and Environment (JCDHE) is asking Johnson County residents to complete a short survey in order to understand how many people in Johnson County have or do not have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). The survey will close at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 10.
Survey link - Population Health Survey
Street Address: 8788 Metcalf Ave. (Google Map)
City: Overland Park
Zip Code: 66212
Hours: Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., closed Sundays and major holidays
A department of Johnson County government, the Johnson County Museum began as an all-volunteer organization in 1967. The original museum was housed in the former 1927 Greenwood School located in Shawnee, Kansas. The museum’s collections and facility grew over time and now include over one million photographs, 15,000 3-D artifacts and 3,000 cu. ft. of archival material. Significant holdings include the Sun Newspapers photographic morgue from the mid-1980s - 1990s, a bound set of Tom Leather's Squire publications from the early 1960s - 2000s, and material from the Sunflower Ammunition Plant near De Soto. The museum has also built a significant collection documenting the suburban experience in Johnson County.
The museum offers long-term and changing exhibits, a speakers bureau, online resources for research, teacher training, school and public programming, summer camps and special events. Each year, the museum serves 35,000 visitors on site and nearly 100,000 people via its online resource materials available at www.JoCoHistory.org.
The museum is guided by two boards: the Museum Advisory Council appointed by the Johnson County Commission and the Johnson County Museum Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization which raises private funds to support the museum's operation. A staff of six full-time and four part-time employees, with the help of more than 50 community volunteers, oversees day-to-day museum operations.