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Update on Relocation of Downtown LS Post Office

The Postal Service has announced intent to move ahead with the relocation of the downtown post office.


Google Fiber Construction in Lee’s Summit

The construction of the Google Fiber network is underway and will continue, weather permitting.

Residents can expect to see Google subcontractors working within the City’s right-of-way and utility easements. As is typical with underground utility work of this scale, digging could be required in your area. Residents should receive door hangars from Google Fiber prior to construction activity beginning in their neighborhood.

A timeline for Google Fiber residential service availability is not yet available, but is expected to start sometime in 2015. Click the read more for FAQ's and important contact numbers.


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Cities Celebrate Lee's Summit Road Groundbreaking

More than 35 individuals attended the groundbreaking for Lee’s Summit Road today, July 27 at 1951 NE Douglas, Lee’s Summit. Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads summed it up best when he said, “I could not think of a better reason to be outside braving the heat and humidity than why we are gathered here today – the much anticipated groundbreaking for the Lee’s Summit Road project. It has been years of hard work. It has been years of discussions, studies, planning and securing funding that has led us to break ground for the commencement of this $10.3 million dollar project. This project demonstrates the power of multi-jurisdictional stakeholders working together to make a project happen.”  The reconstruction of Lee’s Summit Road is set to begin the first week in August and is expected to be complete in approximately 18 months. Additional information about when the temporary road closure will occur and detours during the project is forthcoming this week.

Having trouble accessing Utility Link or registering for Parks activities?

The City recently made changes to the security settings on secured City websites including Utility Link, the online water bill payment system, and the Parks and Recreation web registration system. These changes were required by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards, and are vital to protecting the security of customer credit card information.

Important Information Regarding Trash Service Communication

The City of Lee’s Summit received numerous telephone calls and emails today regarding information received about trash services in our community:

  • There is no ordinance related to trash service on the July 23 City Council agenda. The City Council’s consideration of the proposed flow control ordinance may be set in the future. If and when a date is set for consideration of this proposed ordinance, the public will be notified.
  • The proposed flow control ordinance does NOT impact taxes.
  • The City does NOT set rates for residential and business trash services. The City DOES set rates for disposal of trash at its Resource Recovery Park or landfill.
  • The City Council has voted not to take final action on the proposed flow control ordinance or a contract for a transfer station until a week after the request for proposal (RFP) records become open to the public.

For FAQs regarding the proposed flow control ordinance, visit LSlandfill.net.

Temporary Road Closure for Cedar Creek Interceptor Project Construction

SW Forestpark Boulevard between SW Third Street and SW Waterfall Drive in Lee’s Summit, Mo., is temporarily closed beginning Tuesday, July 21, and is anticipated to remain closed until late September 2015, weather depending. Alternate access is available via SW Longview Road. The temporary closure is necessary for sewer line construction as part of the improvements to the Cedar Creek sanitary sewer interceptor

City Council Committee Assignments

The 2015-2016 City Council Committee and Liaison Assignments were approved by the members of the Council during their Thursday, July 16, meeting in City Hall.

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