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  • Beccy Yocham Named New Lenexa City Manager
    With more than 20 years of experience serving the community in several capacities, Beccy Yocham has been appointed as the new City Manager for Lenexa, Kansas. Following a national recruitment and selection pro...
  • Reap the Rewards of Smart Lawn and Garden Care
    There are plenty of reasons to try projects and plants that help naturally treat rain runoff at your home – and Lenexa’s Cost Share Program can help you get started with free money!...
  • Honoring 35 years of Public Service
    Lenexa City Manager Eric Wade can celebrate a long and distinguished career in local government when he retires in June. At the time of his retirement, Wade will have completed a 15-year tenure with the city, h...
  • Celebrating Arbor Day with Top Tree Picks
    In addition to providing beautiful foliage andshade on warm days, trees play a vital role in our community. According to the National Arbor Day Foundation, trees increase property values, reduce energy consumpt...
  • $3,000 in Art Scholarships Awarded
    Four Lenexa area high schoolers were recently honored for their artistic talents through the Lenexa Arts Council scholarship program. The Arts Council awarded $3,000 in scholarships in visual, performing and l...
  • Election Filing Deadline is June 3
    Five positions on the Lenexa GoverningBody are up for election in 2019. If you are interested in filing for election, you must do so by noon on June 3....
  • Celebration of Life for Former Councilmember Diane Linver
    A celebration of life will be held for former Lenexa City Councilmember Diane Linver on Saturday, April 27, 2019. The event is open to those who knew Diane and will begin at 11 a.m. at Lenexa City Hall (17101 W...
  • Pavement Management Program Rolls Ahead
    As the tulips and fresh grass sprout up around Lenexa, so will the orange cones. More than 40 lane miles of Lenexa streets are scheduled to receive surface treatments starting in early spring to help maintain a...
  • Be alert when severe weather comes
    After months of snowy weather, Mother Nature isn’t done yet. Warmer spring temperatures also bring storm season, and this year could bring more severe weather risks than normal. AccuWeather’s U.S. tornado fore...
  • Car break-ins on the rise in Lenexa
    The Lenexa Police Department has seen a recent uptick in car break-ins around the city, especially at fitness centers, public parks and daycares. The most common items stolen in these burglaries are women’s pur...
  • Getting Ready for a Fruitful Market Season
    More than 20,000 people visited the Lenexa Farmers Market during our community-filledfirst year in 2018. The Market featured more than 30 local vendors, the work of six artists and 12 musicians, and was support...
  • Community Center and Senior Center Plans Presented
    In January, the Lenexa City Council reviewed preliminary plans from a study that, once fully realized, would transform the block of Old Town occupied by the Community Center, Senior Center and Scouting Park....
  • Quick guide to open burning
    Whether you’re looking to burn a pile of winter storm debris or clear a field for fresh spring growth, you’ll need a permit from the Lenexa Fire Department to help make sure you’re protecting the safety of peop...
  • Council considers options for improving aquatics facilities
    The Lenexa City Council discussed proposed recommendations for modernizing the city’s outdoor pool facilities during a Committee of the Whole meeting on Feb. 12, 2019. The options presented came from an aquatic...
  • RideKC Microtransit available for eastern Lenexa
    If you’re looking for an easy way to get around in eastern Lenexa, RideKC can help. Beginning Feb. 1, 2019, RideKC will offer an on-demand service to connect you to work, school, shopping and more through their...
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