Along with Johnson County and several other local jurisdictions, Lake Quivira is proclaiming March 7th – 13th as “Heroes Week”.
We want to recognize our staff and our community (as well as Emergency Management, Public Health Officials, Healthcare workers, Teachers and ALL those) who experienced a year of pandemic together.
You may remember that Johnson County had its first COVID-19 case on March 7th and declared a State of Emergency on March 13th.
During HEROES WEEK, the City Hall building will be illuminated in blue to commemorate all that selflessly served during the global pandemic.
SAVE THE DATE!!
CLICK HERE FOR DOG REGISTRATION FORM (PRINT OFF, COMPLETE THE FORM, AND BRING WITH YOU TO THE PET CLINIC). BLANK FORMS WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT THE CLINIC.
Large Item Pick-up will be in coordination with Fred Braun Day on Saturday, April 17th. Please refer to the list below for items accepted by Waste Management. The City Union Mission is also participating and will have a truck picking up donatable items prior to Waste Management arriving on the 17th. This is a curbside event this year and you are encouraged to set your items out Friday evening or no later than 6:00 a.m. Saturday morning.
It's that time of year in Kansas!!
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Map Credit: Gallup Map Company
Stop by and see this beautifully recreated map from 1974 at City Hall!
The League of Kansas Municipalities is launching a “My City, My Home” essay contest for any 7th grader in Kansas. This new naming works hand-in-hand with the League’s other youth education curriculum. The winners receive cash prizes and get great media coverage for your cities! Find out the details here: https://www.lkm.org/page/essaycontest The deadline for essays is April 30, 2021. Winners, teachers, local government officials, and parents of winners will be invited to the Leadership Summit on June 18 to be recognized for their essay.