Olathe, Colorado Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're looking for the population and steets of Olathe, Kansas, you've come to the right place. Here's some information that can help you make an informed decision about living in the city. Olathe is part of the Kansas City metropolitan area, and is located on Interstate 35 about 19 miles southwest of downtown Kansas City. The city is the county seat of Johnson County, one of the wealthiest in the United States. Olathe's population has more than quadrupled since 1950, making it the fourth largest city in Kansas. Olathe has a vibrant arts scene, and offers a Performing Arts Center for year-round performances.

Apartments in Olathe City are affordable, and waiting lists are rare. You can rent an Olathe apartment for as little as $50 per month. In some neighborhoods, you can get a modern lakeside pad with covered parking and a private jogging/biking path for less than $1000 a month. Olathe is a popular destination for retirees who need a quiet place to live.

The city's impressive bike-sharing network has led to a surge in bicycling. A bike share system in Olathe could help residents get to places without driving. This type of bike-sharing has been a success in similar-sized cities. The bike-share station will be located next to trailheads and on city roads with bike lanes. The system has ten stations and the first year's usage was 860 rides in June 2015. During the second year, the city saw a doubling of that number - 2,600 bicycle trips were recorded in October 2015!