City Services, Construction Projects (City), COVID-19, Deed Restrictions, Environment, Health, National Issues, Ordinances, Parks, Racism, Trees
Sidebar Two quick things before getting into the recap for this week. 1. Streamlining I’m going to streamline this recap, I think; or at least try. Let me know which format you like better. 2.
While we spend Thanksgiving quite a bit differently this year, reflecting on what we’re thankful for, commiserating over the strange year, and probably mourning loved ones lost, it is a great
City Council discussed Village Vision 2.0, safety protections for Council Chambers, resident communication policy, and more. Read on for details. This is the Prairie Village City Council meeting
Arts Council, Budget, Construction Projects (City), COVID-19, Environment, GOTV, National Issues, Policing, Racism, Redlining, Retail, Sustainability, Trees, Utilities
City Council discussed racial justice, greenhouse gases, and more. Read on for details. This is the Prairie Village City Council meeting recap for Monday, September 21, 2020. You can see the full
Check out next week’s agenda! Please let me know if you have any questions by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The next meeting of the Prairie Village City Council will be via Zoom and
Beginning at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 3rd, the State of Kansas will require masks or other face coverings in public indoor spaces. Additionally, the Board of County Commissioners of Johnson County
Moved to action by recent events, an ad hoc committee of Prairie Village residents, students, Colonial Church, and more came together to plan a march and rally in honor of George Floyd (and countless
Chief Schwartzkopf, city staff, and councilmembers began receiving inquiries from active residents on the #8cantwait project by Campaign Zero Thursday, and immediately addressed each of the 8 points.