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City Manager's Office

City Manager's Office
Eric Wade, City Manager



17101 W. 87th St. Pkwy., Lenexa, KS 66219

8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday

The Executive Department (City Manager's Office) includes the following divisions:

They are led by City Manager Eric Wade and Deputy City Manager Todd Pelham.

About our leadership

Eric Wade, City Manager

Headshot of City Administrator Eric WadeEric Wade was appointed to this position in June 2004. Eric had 20 years of public service to local government in the Kansas City region before becoming our city manager. He served as deputy county manager in Johnson County, Kansas from 2000 to June 2004. Before that, Eric served 12 years as the city administrator in Merriam, Kansas.

He also served as the assistant city administrator with the City of Blue Springs, Missouri, and a budget analyst with the City of Kansas City, Missouri.  Eric has a bachelor’s degree in political science and master’s degree in public affairs from Park College in Parkville, Missouri.

He is responsible for implementing the policies of the City Council, submitting a budget to the City Council, and directing and coordinating the city’s departments.

Todd Pelham, Deputy City Manager

Headshot of Deputy City Administrator Todd PelhamTodd Pelham served as the city’s project manager for the Civic Center Project and worked closely with staff as this important project becomes a reality. In addition, he supervises the Municipal Services and Parks & Recreation departments; and he works closely with the Lenexa Chamber of Commerce to promote Lenexa by developing short- and long-term economic development plans.

Previously, he worked for the City of Blue Springs, Missouri, where he served as the deputy city administrator in charge of economic development. Before that, he worked for the Johnson County, Kansas, Manager’s Office and the Small Business Administration in the Office of Economic Research in Washington, D.C.