Killough Construction is beginning the mill and overlay project today 9/18/14
Weather permitting, these projects are to be completed by October 15, 2014 if not before. Doorknockers are to be hung on residences that will be affected.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Public Works Department at 785-229-3630.
In order to continue to provide our customers with safe high quality water we will be flushing the entire distribution system over the next three or four weeks. You may experience low pressure or cloudy water while the crews are in your area. This should only last for a short time. Thank you for your understanding.
We are working on a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize application, and we’d love to hear from you about you or your organization perspective on Ottawa/Franklin County’s Health Culture. This survey aims to examine your thoughts on our community’s health and better understand your organization’s commitment towards a healthy community.
On August 23rd, 2014 at approximately 7:51 p.m. hours officers with the Ottawa Police Department were dispatched to a person reportedly armed with a gun in the Orscheln’s Farm and Home parking lot, 2008 S. Princeton Street; deputies with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office also responded to the call.
In preparation for the City’s annual water distribution system flushing program, the treatment process has been changed to a free chlorine disinfectant. Customers may experience a stronger than usual chlorine smell in their water as this works its way through the system.
Dog Walk – Walk your dog with the pack! Join us for a dog walk around beautiful Forest Park! Pre-registration will be at City Hall, Planning & Codes Department, or on-site Saturday, October 4, at 10:00, with the walk at 10:30 a.m.. Registration is $5 prior to the event and $7 the day of the event.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas highlights Playful Ottawa Kansas as a play city of five years running!
The city's Play Task Force has hosted annual play days to encourage families to get out of the house and be physically active. This year's event in May featured pillow polo, large boxes for castles and a box town.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has selected 20 projects for inclusion in its Transportation Alternatives program and the city of Ottawa has been chosen as one of the 20. KDOT received 43 applications from local units of government for funding consideration totaling more than $22.5 million.
Beginning Monday, July 21, 2104, the City of Ottawa will have contractors working on sidewalk ramps. The intersections that will primarily be affected are as follows
Beginning Monday, July 21, 2104, the City of Ottawa will have contractors working on concrete street patching. The intersections that will primarily be affected are as follows.