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New Flag at City Facilities

The City raised its newly designed flag for the first time on Thursday, June 12 during National Flag Week. 

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When is Google Coming to Lee’s Summit?

In order to bring Fiber to Lee's Summit, brand new Fiber infrastructure needs to be built throughout the entire city.

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City of Lee's Summit News

Tudor Road Ribbon-Cutting-Sept. 26

Help us celebrate the completion of Phase I Tudor Road Improvements, Douglas to Main, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 26.

State of the City Address Highlights the ways “Lee’s Summit Means Business”

City staff, residents, and members of the business and civic communities attended the annual State of the City address on Sept. 11, where Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads outlined achievements, focused on a positive future, and proudly proclaimed, “In Lee’s Summit, We Mean Business.” 

Temporary Road Closure: Beginning Sept. 17

NW Blue Parkway between NW Colbern Road and NW Astor Street will be temporarily closed to traffic starting on Wed., Sept. 17, 2014, weather permitting. The road is scheduled to remain closed until Oct. 17, 2014. The temporary road closure is necessary for some reconstruction of NW Blue Parkway to join the recently constructed new alignment with the existing road that will remain in place.

Another temporary road closure associated with this project, Colbern Road between MO 350 Hwy and Douglas, has re-opened to traffic.

Mayor Randy Rhoads Presents Annual State of the City Address on Sept. 11

The community is invited to hear a message about City accomplishments and plans for the future during the annual State of the City address presented by Mayor Randy Rhoads at 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 11, in the Council Chambers of Lee’s Summit City Hall, 220 SE Green Street, Lee’s Summit. 

CDBG Five-Year Consolidated Plan Process Starts to Prioritize Community Needs and Funding Strategies

During the next months, the City will seek input from the community in order to identify the best uses for future allocations of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds provided annually by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to meet three national objectives. These objectives are to meet the needs of the low-to-moderate income individuals and families, to address slum or blight, and to meet an urgent need in Lee’s Summit. The CDBG program must promote decent affordable housing, suitable living environment, and economic opportunities.

 

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