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Johnson County Virus Hotline - 913-715-2819

Mask Enforcement Hotline - 913-715-3003

If you are seeking enforcement of the Governor’s Mask Order, please contact the consumer fraud hotline at the District Attorney’s Office: 913-715-3003

COVID-19

6/30 Governor Kelly has issued an Executive Order requiring masks or cloth face coverings be worn in indoor public spaces and at any outdoor gatherings in which social distancing cannot be maintained.

4/15/2020 Governor Kelly has extended the Stay at Home order for Kansas until midnight May 3, 2020.  

3/30/2020 A statewide Stay at Home order has been issued by Kansas Governor Laura Kelly.  Executive Order No. 20-16, establishes a statewide “stay home” order in conjunction with the Kansas Essential Function Framework for COVID-19 response efforts. 

The Governor has set up an online form for businesses to verify if they are "essential" under the Executive Order. Find out more on-line at the Governor's website

3/24/2020 A Stay at Home order has been issued for Johnson County based on recommendations from health experts surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Additional Information

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For more information on the COVID-19 Pandemic, please visit the following sites:

Relief resources

Financial relief resources are available for small businesses, non-profits, and individuals.

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Food Pantries

Johnson County Library keeps an updated list of area food pantries. We encourage you to call the organization to double-check its hours, as many are operating on different schedules.

COVID-19 Compliance Complaits

Do you have a compliance concern you'd like to share with the Prairie Village Police Department? You can do so by emailing covid19@pvkansas.com

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COVID-19 Orders and Documents

As Johnson County declares COVID-19 State of Emergency, Prairie Village seeks to minimize service disruptions, keep community safe

Post Date:03/13/2020 7:30 PM

Prairie Village – Following Johnson County’s state of emergency declaration, and based on social distancing recommendations from health experts surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Prairie Village is strongly encouraging City business be done online at www.pvkansas.com, or via phone, fax, mail or email.

“In the spirit of cooperation with Johnson County, we’re looking to do everything we can to minimize interruptions to City services while keeping our community and employees safe,” said City Administrator Wes Jordan.

Examples of business operations that do not require a trip to City Hall include permitting, pet licensing, business licensing, and park reservations.

As part of Johnson County’s emergency declaration, restrictions have been placed on large public gatherings. The City of Prairie Village is working to cancel or postpone public meetings that are scheduled over the next three weeks. Municipal Court cases are also being rescheduled.

“We want to remain productive while promoting social distancing,” Jordan said. “Everyone taking responsibility will help flatten the curve and reduce stress on our medical system and other resources.”

The City of Prairie Village will continue to work closely with Johnson County, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the Center for Disease Control to monitor the situation.

The City of Prairie Village will provide further updates as soon as feasible.

The latest information on the coronavirus outbreak can be found on the following websites:

View Johnson County's Declaration of A State of Local Disaster Emergency

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