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Beginning on October 2, City Council meetings will be held on Tuesday evenings instead of Thursdays. All meetings will begin at 6 p.m.  

Entries for December 2009

City of Lee's Summit News

City Continues to Plow and Treat Streets from the Blizzard while Preparing for Next Storm Event expected Dec. 30

As the City of Lee’s Summit continues to plow and treat streets in the aftermath of the blizzard of 2009, the City prepares for additional snow to fall in the City this week and weekend.  Although accumulations are expected to be more manageable than the heavy snowfall that blanketed the City last week, the City is still preparing crews to engage in a 24-hour operations program to clear roadways.

Response to 2009 Blizzard

According to the snow and ice removal plan for the City, the primary goal is to make the arterial roads, such as Todd George, Langsford Road, Pryor Road, and Woods Chapel Road, safe for our emergency response vehicles to travel from point-to-point in the City. Once this goal has been accomplished, the City forces begin working on the secondary collector streets, such as,   Clubhouse Drive, Vista Drive, Murray Road, Anderson Drive, Bridlewood Drive, Regatta Drive, etc. When both the arterial roads and collector streets are in good condition attention is then given to the residential streets and cul-de-sacs.

City Responds about 2009 Blizzard

The Kansas City Metropolitan Area was hit by a winter storm blizzard that arrived on Thursday, December 23 and continued until Sunday afternoon December 27, 2009. The storm began with rain most of Thursday morning and changed into sleet around 3 PM that day. Later in the evening near 10 PM the temperatures dropped and the precipitation turned into snow.

Winter Weather Street Clearing

Whenever accumulations occur, clearing our streets during the winter months is a top priority for the City’s Public Works Operations Division.

City Extends Hours for Payment of Jackson County Taxes

The City of Lee’s Summit Treasury Division has announced extended hours from December 28 – 31.   The Treasury Division, located on the first floor near the north entrance, will be open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the last four tax collection days of the year. Hours had been 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

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