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  • Lenexa artists awarded in first gallery show at new City Hall
    If you have visited the new Lenexa City Hall, you've likely had a chance to admire artwork created by Lenexa residents that has been on display in the art gallery since the building opened July 31....
  • Learn about the community with ‘Living Lenexa History’
    While our City Hall and Lenexa Rec Center may be new, we are celebrating Lenexa’s history, too. The new civic campus features two pieces honoring our community’s roots – the bronze statue of our namesake, Na-Ne...
  • Council member Amy Slater stepping down
    After serving Lenexa for more than 18 years, Ward 3 Council Member Amy Slater has stepped down from her position. Slater, a lifelong resident of Lenexa, was first elected to her position in 1999. She served on...
  • Dispose of bulky items at Dumpster Days
    Need to get rid of bulky household items like furniture, appliances and electronic equipment that can't be included in regular trash collection? The spring Dumpster Days event for Lenexa residents will be held ...
  • Fall general election is Nov. 7
    Lenexa residents will have the opportunity to vote for their representation on the Lenexa City Council in the fall general election on Nov. 7. One position on the Lenexa City Council is up for election in each...
  • Being a Part of Team Lenexa
    City of Lenexa employees are dedicated to their jobs and strive to provide the best services possible to the residents and businesses in Lenexa. Our employees consistently talk about the culture of Lenexa and t...
  • Outdoor concerts continue at civic campus
    The Lenexa Outdoor Concert Series continue this fall with two concerts at the Lenexa civic campus. ...
  • Quivira Road Corridor Study
    Quivira Road is one of the busiest corridors in Lenexa, with thousands of vehicles passing through the area on a daily basis. We were recently awarded a grant to study Quivira Road from 79th to 99th Streets thr...
  • ‘Walk your wheels’ encourages bicyclist, pedestrian safety on new civic campus
    You may have heard that a new rule was established regulating bicycles, skateboards and roller skates in Lenexa. There seems to be some confusion about this issue, and we wanted to share the facts about the new...
  • Lenexa Public Market Opens Sept. 1
    The Lenexa Public Market is a unique new destination for locally made foods and goods. This dynamic indoor food hall and market offers area entrepreneurs an opportunity to launch or grow their businesses....
  • Celebrate Lenexa City Center during September to Remember
    City staff is all moved in, the buildings are open, and we are ready to celebrate! Join us for a month-long celebration of the generational investment of the Lenexa civic campus, September to Remember. Septem...
  • PulsePoint app now available for use in Lenexa
    If you are trained in hands-only CPR, you now can be notified if you could be helpful in an emergency. Public safety agencies in the Kansas City region, including Lenexa, have launched PulsePoint, a life-savin...
  • Now accepting applications for Minor Home Repair Grant Program
    Does your home need exterior repairs? We're pleased to offer the Minor Home Repair Grant Program, which assists low-to-moderate-income residents with exterior repairs. ...
  • Call 811 before you dig
    Late summer and early fall are prime times to get home projects done, but you should remember to call 811 before doing any project requiring digging. ...
  • Take a cooking class at the Lenexa Public Market
    Love to play with your food? Try taking a cooking class in The Kitchen at the Lenexa Public Market. Our merchants aren’t open until Sept. 1, but our cooking classes are already underway....
  • Fire Department Earns Reaccreditation
    For the fourth consecutive time, the Lenexa Fire Department has been accredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) at today’s commission hearing in Charlotte, North Carolina. ...
  • Simple steps to fight the bite
    The most important thing Lenexa residents can do to prevent the spread of mosquito-borne illnesses such as Zika, Chikungunya and West Nile virus infection is to mosquito-proof your home and wear insect repellan...
  • New pavilion, improvements coming to Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park
    The heart of Lenexa’s most popular park will be abuzz with construction this summer as the only undeveloped piece of Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park undergoes sweeping improvements....
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