- Animal licensing
- Community resources
- Driver's license and motor vehicle registration
- Garage sales
- Johnson County information
- School districts
- Street Trees
- Transportation services for older or disabled residents
- Trash, recycling and yard waste
For information on animal licensing, or to apply and pay for a pet license online, please visit the animal licenses and ordinances page.
- MARC’s Green Remodeling Resources
- Window replacement requirements
- Johnson County Minor Home Rehabilitation (MHR) assistance
- Johnson County HOME program
- Johnson County Weatherization program
When applying for an original or renewal of a current Kansas license, application must be made to a Driver's License Examiner of the Division of Vehicles. In Johnson County, there are two examination stations:
- Olathe office: 20162 W. 151st St. (at the Home & Hobby entrance at the northeast corner of The Great Mall of the Great Plains), 913.829.2501
- Mission office: 6507 Johnson Dr., 913.432.2266
In Wyandotte County, there is one examination station:
- Kansas City, Kan., office: 1951 N. 63rd Dr., 913.287.2900
All of the requirements and restrictions pertinent to the Kansas Driver's License are listed and explained in the Kansas Driving Handbook. Free copies of the Kansas Driving Handbook are available at each Examination Station or from the Public Service Officer on duty in the lobby of Lenexa Police Headquarters.
Motor vehicle registration
Kansas license plates are required on all vehicles garaged or kept in Kansas. Vehicle license plates are issued by the County Treasurer's Motor Vehicle Office. Persons operating or storing qualifying vehicles without current Kansas vehicle license Plates may be required to pay various fines, fees and taxes. Changes of address must be reported within 10 days.
New Kansas residents are required to register their vehicles and obtain plates within 90 days of moving into the state. The vehicle registration offices (tag renewals) are located at:
- Olathe office: 782 N. Ridgeview Road, 66061, 913.826.1800
- Mission office: 6000 Lamar Ave., 913.826.1800
For information about holding garage, craft, estate and sample sales, please view our informational brochure (PDF), or contact Community Development at 913.477.7500.
Lenexa residents attend schools within the following public school districts:
De Soto Unified School District 232
35200 West 91st Street
De Soto, Kansas 66018
Olathe Unified School District 233
14160 S. Black Bob Rd.
P.O. Box 2000
Olathe, KS 66063-2000
Shawnee Mission School District
7235 Antioch Rd.
Shawnee Mission, KS 66204
Lenexa Senior Taxi Program
Provides subsidized transportation services to residents who are age 65 or older or have a documented disability and cannot drive.
Johnson County Transit Special Edition
A shared-ride program providing affordable curb-to-curb transportation for registered residents of Johnson County who are age 65 or older, have a documented disability or meet low-income guidelines..
Directory of transportation services (maintained by Johnson County, Kansas)
All residential and commercial solid waste is collected by private contractors permitted to conduct business in Lenexa. The City of Lenexa does not provide solid waste collection. New residents should call one of the following permitted companies to ask questions and establish service.
For more information, visit the Trash, recycling and yard waste information page.
Town & Country Disposal
Superior Disposal Service
Bumpy Roads Disposal
Republic Services of Kansas City, Allied Waste Division
Gardner Disposal Service
The utility providers shown below are governmental or quasi-governmental entities, or they operate in the City of Lenexa through a local or state franchise agreement. This list does not indicate endorsement of any provider. It may not be a comprehensive list of all utility options available within city limits.
Power and Light
Kansas City Power & Light
Kansas Gas Service
Johnson County Wastewater
Telephone / Cable / Internet
Time Warner Cable