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The City's popular Big Truck & Equipment Show is from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 20, 2017, on Green Street in front of City Hall. Kids of all ages can climb into the driver's seat of some of the City's biggest pieces of equipment!

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 MoDOT Work Zone.

Public Works News

Section of Lee’s Summit Road Set to Close on Monday, Aug. 3

Lee’s Summit Road from Colbern Road to the Douglas Street split will temporarily close on Monday, August 3, weather pending, and is expected to be closed for approximately four months. The detour route is Gregory Boulevard/Woods Chapel Road, I470/M291 and Colbern Road. The closure is necessary for construction during phases one and two of the Lee’s Summit Road improvement project.

Cities Celebrate Lee's Summit Road Groundbreaking

More than 35 individuals attended the groundbreaking for Lee’s Summit Road today, July 27 at 1951 NE Douglas, Lee’s Summit. Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads summed it up best when he said, “I could not think of a better reason to be outside braving the heat and humidity than why we are gathered here today – the much anticipated groundbreaking for the Lee’s Summit Road project. It has been years of hard work. It has been years of discussions, studies, planning and securing funding that has led us to break ground for the commencement of this $10.3 million dollar project. This project demonstrates the power of multi-jurisdictional stakeholders working together to make a project happen.” The reconstruction of Lee’s Summit Road is set to begin the first week in August and is expected to be complete in approximately 18 months. Additional information about when the temporary road closure will occur and detours during the project is forthcoming this week.

Groundbreaking for Lee’s Summit Road Improvements: July 27 at 9:30 a.m.

The much anticipated improvements along Lee’s Summit Road will commence this summer and when completed will usher in benefits to surrounding neighborhoods and businesses. As a kick-off to this project, there will be a groundbreaking for the Lee’s Summit Road reconstruction at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, July 27 at 1951 NE Douglas (former site of the North Recycling Center) in Lee’s Summit. The event will be hosted by the City of Lee’s Summit in partnership with the City of Kansas City, Missouri.

Important Information Regarding Trash Service Communication

The City of Lee’s Summit received numerous telephone calls and emails today regarding information received about trash services in our community:

  • There is no ordinance related to trash service on the July 23 City Council agenda. The City Council’s consideration of the proposed flow control ordinance may be set in the future. If and when a date is set for consideration of this proposed ordinance, the public will be notified.
  • The proposed flow control ordinance does NOT impact taxes.
  • The City does NOT set rates for residential and business trash services. The City DOES set rates for disposal of trash at its Resource Recovery Park or landfill.
  • The City Council has voted not to take final action on the proposed flow control ordinance or a contract for a transfer station until a week after the request for proposal (RFP) records become open to the public.

For FAQs regarding the proposed flow control ordinance, visit LSlandfill.net.

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