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Keep Cool When It's Hot

Admission fees into Legacy Park, Gamber and Harris Park Community Centers will be reduced to half price on all days the National Weather Service issues Excessive Heat Warnings for the months June, July and August. During business hours, Mid-Continent Libraries are also good cooling centers. Call United Way 2-1-1 for assistance or information about public cooling centers.

Entries for January 2010

City of Lee's Summit News

Lee's Summit Prepares for More Snow

With the weather forecast as of 3 p.m. predicting snow to possibly blanket streets in Lee’s Summit on Friday morning, crews of the City’s Public Works Operations Department have already begun pre-treating streets with rock salt.

The most recent forecast for Lee’s Summit calls for anywhere from a dusting to three inches of snow beginning tomorrow morning (Friday, Jan. 29) about 6 a.m. and continuing throughout the day. Snow is expected to be lighter to the north and heavier to the south in the metropolitan area.

Winter Weather Safety Tips

It’s always better to be prepared for emergencies. The following are a few tips ranging from the prevention of frozen pipes in the home to food safety during a power outage.

District 4 Residents invited to a Listening Post on January 28, 2010

City of Lee’s Summit District 4 Councilmembers Bob Johnson and Nick Swearngin invite District 4 residents to a Listening Post.  This event provides an open-forum setting for District 4 residents to talk with their District Councilmembers about City services or issues and concerns facing the community.

Lee’s Summit: Make it Green; Keep it Clean is the City’s new environmental slogan

This month, the City of Lee’s Summit unveiled a new environmental brand to promote the City’s environmental programs - “Lee’s Summit: Make it Green; Keep it Clean.” Along with the slogan a logo was created incorporating the catchy phrase.

MARC hosts Public Meetings to Plan for the Region’s Future Transportation Needs

The public is invited to attend one of three public meetings titled, “How Will We Grow?: An Adaptive land-use scenario for Great Kansas City” hosted by the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC).  Meeting attendees will learn how choices we make today will impact our future.

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