Previous COVID-19 updates
May 27: Johnson + Miami Counties as well as City to recommend State plan
• As an organization, the City of Spring Hill will continue to follow the state’s Ad Astra: A Plan to Reopen Kansas.
May 19: Kansas Governor moves state to modified Phase 2
May 15: City Council weighing options at Aquatic Center
May 14: Gov. Kelly adds new 1.5 Phase to Ad Astra Plan
May 9: City facilities remain closed until further notice
May 1: Spring Hill Aquatic Center opening delayed due to pandemic
April 30: Governor announces reopening plan; Johnson County extends Stay Home order
April 28: Miami County seeking resident input on community survey
April 23: Spring Hill Municipal Court dockets rescheduled
April 21 update: Johnson County conducting second round of health survey
April 15 update: Gov. Laura Kelly extends Stay Home order
(NOW CLOSED)April 7 + April 10 updates: Clarification and Survey
MarchMarch 30 update: State of Kansas issues Stay at Home order
• The State of Kansas issued a statewide Stay Home order. This remains in effect until April 19, 2020, or until the statewide State of Disaster Emergency proclaimed on March 12, relating to COVID-19 expires, whichever is earlier.
March 27 update: City Council votes to extend local emergency declaration
• The Spring Hill City Council voted on March 26 to extend the local state of emergency declaration.
March 24 update: Municipal Court canceled for April and rescheduled to May; Public meeting procedures
• April Municipal Court dates canceled and rescheduled to May; Procedure for public meetings
March 23 update: Mayor Ellis addresses community; Miami County issues Stay at Home order
• In addition to Johnson County, Miami County now has issued a Stay at Home Order effective through April 23, 2020. This goes into effect for all Miami County residents 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, March 25.
March 21+22 update: Johnson County issues Stay at Home order
• This order includes the entirety of Spring Hill in both Johnson and Miami Counties.
March 20 update: Johnson County update; Large Item Day impact; Playground equipment closed
• Johnson County extends disaster declaration. City services including large item day and playground equipment impacted by spread of COVID-19.
March 19 update: City facilities closed + Letter from Mayor Ellis
• We continue to evaluate the rapidly changing landscape of COVID-19 and implement strategies to minimize the risk of spreading the disease.
• Miami County declares state of local disaster emergency. As a result, all Miami County offices are closed.
• Following new directives from Johnson County, more City services are impacted to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
March 13 update: City services impacted by COVID-19 directives
• Out of an abundance of caution, we are following state and county directives of regarding COVID-19.