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2018 State of the City

View Mayor Baird's 2018 State of the City Address.

Date/Time Change for City Council Meetings

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 August 2013

City of Lee's Summit News

City Hall is Among Facilities Closed on Monday, Sept. 2

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.

Additionally, the following facilities will be closed or have reduced hours of operation on Sept. 2 because of the holiday:


LS360 and Education Stakeholders Host 4th Annual Education Summit

Continuing Educational Excellence in Lee’s Summit

The vital work of members and stakeholders involved with education will convene for the 4th Annual Education Summit on Thursday, Sept. 19, from 8 a.m. to noon at UCM Summit Center, 850 NW Chipman Road, Door 54, Lee’s Summit.

The event is free and open to the public.

"Green on Green" Environmental Event is Sept. 7

Reducing, reusing and recycling can be easily incorporated into all aspects of our life from home to everyday activities. You can learn how to live more sustainably at the City’s “Green on Green” environmentally focused event from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 7, on Third and Green streets in downtown Lee’s Summit.

The event is free and will provide an opportunity to recycle several items:


City Names New Assistant City Manager

Photo of New ACM christal Kliewer WeberThe City of Lee’s Summit is proud to announce the appointment of Christal Kliewer Weber as assistant city manager with responsibility for Administrative Services Departments. The position was created as a result of staff re-assignments in the organization’s Administration Department.

She will begin on September 3. 

Citizen Input Requested on Stormwater Issues

In an effort to obtain estimated costs for all stormwater infrastructure improvements needed throughout the community, the City’s Public Works Department is asking for input from residents.

If you are experiencing house, street or yard flooding, and/or erosion on or near your property, and have not previously reported this issue to the City, please let us know by completing the online questionnaire available at http://cityofls.net/Public-Works/Stormwater-Information-Form.aspx.  If you have contacted the City in the past about stormwater issues, your input was appreciated, and we have documented your concerns.

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