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Assistant City Engineer
Ideally situated just 20 miles southwest of Kansas City and part of its 2.2 million-resident metropolitan area, the City of Olathe has set itself apart as one of the Midwest’s dominant business, economic, and cultural centers. The community incorporated in 1857, taking its name from the Shawnee Indian word for “beautiful,” and more than 150 years later, its 152,584 residents enjoy a high quality of life with excellent connectivity throughout the region, a nationally recognized school system, and one of the best-educated workforces in the nation. Notably, 93% of residents consider Olathe a great place to live, a testament to the city’s commitment to providing a thriving and desirable environment for its inhabitants. Olathe’s Infrastructure Department contributes to building, manag


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