Interacting with our Web site !
• Assistive devices
Downloading our forms with Adobe Acrobat's Reader!
• Zipped Engineering documents
Policies and Disclaimer
Print Friendly Version
Visitor Feedback Form
• Our site can be viewed using (wireless) PDA's and Internet Phones. Maximum readability, however, will occur if you link to our wireless/accessibility version. Links at the top of the accessible/wireless site allow you to skip navigational links and go straight to the content on the page. Please note: our databases can be viewed but it is recommended you view these using a regular size monitor.
• JCW is dedicated to supporting all customers. Our accessibility link will also maximize the ability to use assistive devices for special needs and as the technologies improve, we’ll keep improving the site in this regard.
All you need to view PDF files is the Acrobat Reader program from Adobe Systems, Inc.. To download the Acrobat Reader (at no charge), click on the "Get Adobe Acrobat Reader" icon below.
JCW does not provide support in download, installation, or use of the program. For support please contact Adobe Systems, Inc., or your Acrobat Reader distributor. However, if you believe there are technical problems with the .PDF documents we provide, you can e-mail JCW Webmaster for assistance.
Get Adobe Acrobat Reader
* Acrobat and the Acrobat logo are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Most of our files which can be downloaded are in the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). Our PDFs are scanned images of an original document. Once converted into a PDF file, the document can be viewed and printed with its original text, fonts, and graphics. A PDF file can be viewed and printed right from your browser with the help of the Adobe Acrobat Reader plug-in.
Note: If you need more information or assistance with zipped engineering files from JCW, please contact Jim Bills, AIMS Coordinator, at 913-715-8552.
JCW's RSS/XML subscription service allow you to get the most up-to-date information about wastewater issues in Overland Park.
Available Feeds at this time.
- Job Opportunities Page Feed Link
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing Web content, such as news headlines. A Web site provider packages the information up in a standard format, called a feed, and sends them to anyone who has 'subscribed' to them.
How Do You Subscribe to an RSS feed?
First, download a newsreader / RSS Reader / News Aggregator application. A number of free and commercial ones are available. Then, click on a feed. Next, copy and paste the URL (http:// ... ) of the feed into the applicaiton as specified by that program.
Why Would You Want to Subscribe to an RSS feed?
Read a lot? Have a cluttered e-mail inbox? RSS feeds can save you time compared to browsing all the sources in your bookmarks or Favorites folder. News aggregators give you more flexibility in what you subscribe to and also in how information is displayed.
Would you like to translate our site into the following language: Spanish, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and/or Portuguese? It can be accomplished easily. Simply cut (Edit>Cut) the information you are interested in from our wireless/accessible (text only) site and and paste it (Edit>Paste) using Google Translate.
Both versions of our site, the accessible/wireless and the multimedia-enhanced, are primarily divided into four main sections: About Us, Customer Service, Engineering, and Education. There is also a supporting Help section with a Site Map, A-Z index, search engine plus the page you are currently visiting. To quickly become familar with the site's navigation system, consider:
• Rolling your pointer over each section's title. A submenu of links will appear directly underneath.
• Reviewing our the left side navigational panel. Links range from frequently visited and popular publications to our phone numbers.
• Keeping an eye on the "breadcrumbs" above the "Welcome to" title which track where you are.
• Skimming our top downloads. They're listed on the opening page for your convenience.
Our Web site policies are the same as our county's, http://www.jocogov.org/policy.
Want to print out a page and conserve paper? Our accessible/wireless version prints text and our logo, no other graphics.
We welcome your suggestions and comments. Fill out our form and press the following submit button. A response will be sent back to you shortly.