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Help Shape Lenexa’s Future in Vision 2040

Help Shape Lenexa’s Future in Vision 2040
Posted on 03/14/2018
Lenexa Vision 2040

Now is your opportunity to shape the future of Lenexa by being part of the Vision 2040 strategic planning process. Vision 2040 is the third visioning process Lenexa has undertaken to guide our community’s progress. The first two, Vision 2020 and Vision 2030 set goals and priorities – some of which have already come to fruition.

Vision 2020 brought the idea of Lenexa City Center, Lenexa’s nationally-recognized Rain to Recreation stormwater management program and the Lenexa Community Orchestra. Vision 2030 created a vision for community gardens, the Lenexa Rec Center and the city’s commitment to the continued expansion of our multiuse trail system.

And now, you can help create the vision for what Lenexa will be in 2040.

Get Involved

There are several ways you can get involved in the Vision 2040 planning process. You can attend a community meeting, give feedback on what issues should be explored or volunteer to serve on the steering committee or a task force. If you are interested in participating, please fill out the form on the Vision 2040 web page below by April 16, 2018.

Sign Up to Volunteer
  • Give feedback on issues to be explored: Help us decide which big-picture topics should be examined. You can provide this feedback through our website and social media or by attending community meetings. By giving just a few minutes online or an hour at a meeting, you can make a big impact. Provide feedback below and watch for other opportunities this spring.
  • Volunteer for the Steering Committee or a Task Force: Those hoping to get more involved can volunteer for the Steering Committee or a Task Force. This work will begin in late spring and last up to a year. While the overall time commitment is yet to be determined, past participants have attended a few working meetings each month.
  • Provide feedback to the Task Forces: As the Task Forces explore issues, they may want to gauge how stakeholders feel about particular topics. In addition to social media, those who indicate they are interested will receive periodic, short surveys from the Task Forces.