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Report a Pothole

To report a pothole in a City street, notify the Public Works Department by calling (816) 969-1800 or include the street name and direction of travel in our contact us form. The pothole will be repaired within one working day (24 hours), weather permitting

Get Involved by Adopting a Street!

The Adopt-A-Street Program recognizes the commitment of volunteers to keep our City's roadways free from litter and debris. Read more...

Road Closures

Click here to be directed to the City's road closure webpage for updates on street closures due to road construction and repair. The City makes every effort to complete the necessary work as quickly as possible. We appreciate your patience and hope you enjoy the improvements. For state road closures, please visit the MoDOT Construction webpage.

Public Works News

Tudor Road Bridge Ribbon-cutting: 2 p.m. Friday, April 7

City slated to celebrate another economic development generator – the completion of Tudor Road Bridge during a ribbon-cutting ceremony that will take place on the bridge at 2 p.m. on Fri., April 7. The bridge construction is part of the Phase II Tudor Road Improvements connecting Ward Road to Douglas Street. The remaining work in this final phase to be completed in the spring will include widening Tudor Road along Lee’s Summit North High School to add a left-turn lane and other intersection improvements. 

Tree Limbs and Brush Disposal after Storms on March 6 *Updated 3/9/17*

Update: The Eastern Jackson County Yard Waste Collection Center at 37910 E. Pink Hill Road, Oak Grove, Mo., is offering free yard waste disposal until March 19. Hours have also been extended from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Mon-Fri and 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sat-Sun. Be prepared to show a valid driver’s license as proof of Jackson County residency. For more information, visit http://jacksongov.org/YardWaste.

Across our community residents are reporting downed tree limbs and brush after the storm that swept through the metropolitan area overnight on Mon., March 6.

The City does not pick up tree limbs or brush unless it rises to the level of a community-wide disaster, such as with the 1984 and 2002 ice storms. While this storm did not reach that level for Lee’s Summit, residents are reminded of private resources for disposing of tree limbs and brush:

OATS Transit Services in Lee’s Summit Set to Expand in April

At its meeting on Jan. 5, the Lee’s Summit City Council approved a plan to expand OATS transit services within Lee’s Summit, Mo, with an anticipated start date of April 1, 2017. The plan discontinues the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) MetroFlex Route 252, but reduces fares, increases hours of operations, and expands the service area for the OATS service. KCATA Express Route #152 to downtown Kansas City is not impacted by this change.

City Celebrates Two Major Transportation Milestones

Ribbon-cutting for Lee’s Summit Road Completion and Hangar 1 building Acquisition


In celebration of two projects benefiting both motorists and aviators, the City of Lee’s Summit is excited to host a ribbon-cutting event for the completion of the highly anticipated Lee’s Summit Road improvements and the purchase of the newly named Hangar 1 building located on the grounds of Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport.


The ribbon-cutting will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Fri., Dec. 16, inside Hangar 1, formerly known as the Air Charter hangar, 2525 NE Douglas St., Lee’s Summit, Mo.

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