City of Olathe, Kansas

Population (Year): 143014  (2021)

The City of Olathe faces several infrastructure challenges, including maintaining and upgrading its aging water and sewer systems, ensuring adequate transportation infrastructure to support a growing population, and addressing stormwater management issues. The city is also focusing on developing and enhancing its parks and recreation facilities and improving access to broadband internet services. Additionally, Olathe is working to address affordable housing needs and the impact of climate change on its infrastructure.

City of Olathe

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


Briarwood Stormwater Improvements


“This project will address street and structure flooding in the Briarwood subdivision with is located northwest of 139th Street and Brougham
Drive. The Preliminary Engineering Study (PES) identified six homes that have flood water against the structures during the 10 year (10%
chance) flood event, along with street flooding on Edinburgh Street and Brougham Drive. The preferred alternative includes replacing and
upsizing the exisitng storm sewer alignment from the west side of Tomahawk Elementary School to the outlet into Indian Creek.”



Not Started


Lake and Dam Restoration


“Lake improvements may include dredging, spillway rehabilitation, dam restoration, and creation of sediment forebays/wetlands. Some spillway
improvements may provide detention to protect downstream properties.”



Not Started


Streambank Stabilization Projects


“The Indian Creek Geomorphology Study identified 38 locations for stabilization projects with an estimated cost of $3,500,00. Mill Creek and
Cedar Creeks will be studied during the county’s watershed planning process. This project will leverage SMAC funding to implement projects
identified in the streambank stabilization studies.”



Not Started


BSNF West Track Separation Preliminary Engineering


“This project will provide conceptual engineering to examine raising the western BNSF railroad tracks (Emporia Subdivision) between Woodland
Road and Dennis Avenue to provide grade separated crossings.”



Not Started


College Blvd, Cedar Niles to Clare, Improvements


“This project will improve College Boulevard from Cedar Niles Boulevard to Clare Road to a 4-lane divided arterial. Improvements will include
pavement construction, curb and gutter, medians, street lights, sidewalk and sidepath, bike lanes and storm sewers.”



Not Started

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  4. A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
  5. Justification for the project
  6. Explanation of expenses for the project
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