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View local artist Todd Damotte's work at City Hall now through July 10, 2015

Artist Todd Damotte is an enthusiastic artist of many talents who uses a variety of media to express his creativity.

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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.

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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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City of Lee's Summit News

Golf Balls Collected at RecycleFEST Donated to U.S. Troops

The City of Lee’s Summit, through its environmental programs, has teamed with a national, non-profit organization to collect golf balls for U.S. troops deployed overseas for utilization during recreational times.

The golf balls, more than 1,300, were shipped to Bunkers in Baghdad for the Marines stationed on Parris Island, S.C. Bunkers in Baghdad collects and sends new and used golf balls, clubs and equipment to our troops in 31 countries around the world, with a focus on the brave men and women currently serving in combat zones.The non-profit organization also donated some of the golf balls to the Wounded Warrior Project for rehabilitation aid for wounded veterans.

2014 Annual Report Outlines Year of Accomplishments

Holding fast to what really matters – providing quality services and programs and setting the standard for excellence in customer service are vital to the City’s work. These ideals are instrumental in the City’s outstanding accomplishments that are highlighted in the City of Lee’s Summit 2014 Annual Report and demonstrate to all, “Lee’s Summit Means Business.”

Lee’s Summit was named a “Best Place to Live” in the state of Missouri by AreaVibes Livability Score; recognized as one of the “Best Cities” and “Happiest Places” in Missouri by Movoto; and identified as one of the “Safest Communities” in Missouri by Safewise.

 

North Drop-off Recycling Center Temporarily Relocated Beginning in July

Due to the reconstruction of Lee’s Summit Road, the North Drop-off Recycling Center (NRC), located at 1951 NE Douglas St., will temporarily relocate to the northwest corner of Hagen and Leinweber on the east side of Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport.

The first two phases of the construction of Lee’s Summit Road will require the roadway to be closed at NE Colbern Road for approximately four months. The closure is estimated to begin in July 2015. (Click the image to view a larger map.)

City’s Fleet Manager Helps Provide Training to Emergency Vehicle Maintenance Technicians Locally & Regionally

A group of industrious and forward-thinking individuals from municipalities in Kansas and Missouri saw a need for emergency vehicle training for fellow technicians in the area. So, they worked together to create the Heartland Emergency Apparatus Technicians Association or HEAT in 2007.

“I am extremely proud of our ability to help colleagues keep their skills current by providing these trainings in a convenient, centralized location – increasing the likelihood more from our area and surrounding states will be able to attend,” said City of Lee’s Summit Fleet Manager Mark Stinson, a founding member and president of HEAT.

 

Art and Artifacts Fair and Historically Themed Bike Ride in May

Do you have items of historical significance and relevance to Lee’s Summit?  In an effort to identify cultural resources and encourage public education as it relates to the history of Lee’s Summit and historic preservation, the Lee’s Summit Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), in partnership with the Lee’s Summit Historical Society, will hold the second annual Art and Artifacts Fair on Saturday, May 16, 2015, from 11 am to 2 pm in the City Hall lobby 220 SE Green St., Lee’s Summit.

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