City Clerk's Office
The City Clerk serves as the official custodian of city records and the city seal, provides support services to the Governing Body, and responds to citizens’ requests for information and records.
City Clerk contact information
David Bryant, City Clerk
City of Lenexa, Kansas
12350 West 87th Street Parkway
Lenexa, KS. 66215-2882
Contact David Bryant for questions about City Council meeting minutes and agendas.
About the Clerk
David F. Bryant III joined the City of Lenexa in August 1996. He served as an Administrative Clerk/Support II until 2005, and Assistant City Clerk until October 2009, when he was appointed City Clerk.
From 1992 to 1996, David served as the Assistant City Clerk for the City of Fairway, Kansas located in the Northeast part of Johnson County.
David earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Kansas State University and an associate of arts degree in Business Marketing from Johnson County Community College. He is also a graduate of the municipal clerks certification institute at Wichita State University.
An active member of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), David has earned the Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) designation. He is an active member of the Association of Records Managers (ARMA), the City Clerks and Municipal Finance Officers Association (CCMFOA) of Kansas and the National Notary Association (NNA).
David is also an adult volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America.
Open records requests
The City Clerk responds to general requests for records held by the City of Lenexa in accordance with the Kansas Open Records Act. To request a public record, download and complete the Open Record Request Form and mail, deliver or fax the completed form to the City Clerk’s office.
Special assessments finance improvements within a specified benefit district. They are listed on your tax statement as a non-mill levy tax. For more information, such as pay-off amount, length of the special or interest rate, contact the City Clerk. Please have your parcel Tax I.D. number available. To find the benefit district status of a property, please use our online lookup tool.
In January 1998, the City of Lenexa pioneered the practice of providing paperless packets for City Council meetings, eliminating the need for hundreds of printed pages and thereby saving valuable time and resources. Since then, cities across the country have turned to Lenexa to learn how to adopt our program for their own use. Contact the City Clerk if you’re interested in learning more about paperless packets.