An artist rendering of the rehabilitated north lakeshore at Heritage Park in Olathe. The Johnson County Parks & Rec board accepted a proposed master plan, which will cost $6.2 million, that will reshape the shoreline, add a new boardwalk, relocate parking to avoid disrupting walking/jogging trails, and build new pavilions, exercise stations, restrooms, trailheads and a playground.
An artist rendering of the rehabilitated north lakeshore at Heritage Park in Olathe. The Johnson County Parks & Rec board accepted a proposed master plan, which will cost $6.2 million, that will reshape the shoreline, add a new boardwalk, relocate parking to avoid disrupting walking/jogging trails, and build new pavilions, exercise stations, restrooms, trailheads and a playground. Johnson County Parks & Rec Photo provided
An artist rendering of the rehabilitated north lakeshore at Heritage Park in Olathe. The Johnson County Parks & Rec board accepted a proposed master plan, which will cost $6.2 million, that will reshape the shoreline, add a new boardwalk, relocate parking to avoid disrupting walking/jogging trails, and build new pavilions, exercise stations, restrooms, trailheads and a playground. Johnson County Parks & Rec Photo provided

Plan to add bike-rental stations at select Johnson County receives board approval

February 22, 2018 04:32 PM