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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. 


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.


City of Lee's Summit News

Hours of Operation in observance of Labor Day 2014

In observance of the Labor Day holiday, Lee’s Summit City Hall, 220 SE Green St. and Municipal Court, 10 NE Tudor Road., will be closed on Monday, Sept. 2.

Lee’s Summit Fire Chief Keith Martin Announces Retirement

After more than 38 years working at the Lee’s Summit Fire Department, Chief Keith Martin has announced his retirement from one of the largest departments at the City, effective Sept. 22, 2014.


Pryor Road Shoulders Project: Phase Two Underway

Phase Two construction of the Pryor Road Shoulders project began Friday, August 15. The southbound lane of Pryor Road will now be closed from Longview to Hook roads. Drivers are encouraged to use Ward Road as the detour route. The northbound lane of Pryor Road will now be open to one-way traffic from Hook to Longview roads. Construction is expected to be complete in October.

Maintaining the City’s Pavement

The City’s annual overlay program concludes this week with the milling and pavement overlay of Second Street from SW Jefferson Street to M-291 Highway. At the conclusion of the program, nearly 40 miles of roadway will have been milled and overlaid this summer. In addition, more than 55 miles of roadway were surface sealed this summer as part of the City’s annual surface sealing program. The City’s annual curb replacement program, which will replace more than eight miles of curb, is scheduled to begin Monday, Aug. 11, and will conclude in late Fall 2014. 

July’s Community-wide Blood Drive Results

More than 52 individuals participated in the City’s July 28 community-wide Blood Drive, which led to the collection of 42 units of blood to supply local hospitals, including those located in Lee’s Summit. Of that number, there were nine first-time blood donors.

Thank you again to the blood donors and everyone who made the blood drive a success, including our partners at the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street, and the Lee’s Summit Human Services Advisory Board. The City’s next blood drive is Dec. 8. Visit www.esavealifenow.org and enter the code “cityleessummit” to sign-up. 

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