Snow Headquarters

When the snow falls, your safety on the streets is our top priority. Whether an inch of ice or 2 feet of snow, our Municipal Services crews know how to respond when inclement weather becomes an issue. 

During a major storm, we will issue periodic updates regarding our winter weather operations on this page.  

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Inclement Weather Impacts

Thursday, March 10, 2022

  • Lenexa Community Center and Senior Center are closed. Customer service staff are available for questions from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. at at 913.477.7100.

  • Lenexa Rec Center
    • Kid Zone child watch service is closed in the morning.
    • Group X fitness morning classes are canceled.
    • Gym for Me and Preschool Pals are canceled.
    • Splash With Me is available from 10–11:30 a.m.

Snow Operations

March 10, 2022

5 p.m.

Crews continue to monitor the roads and treat as needed. There is still a chance of more snow in the next couple of hours. We will have snow plow crews stay overnight and respond as needed.

We plan to bring in a small crew early Friday morning to address any refreezing on roadways for the morning commute.  

8:50 a.m.

Crews continue to treat and plow roads. We are moving into residential areas. We expect this first wave to continue into the early afternoon, with a second wave to follow in the early evening. We still anticipate getting 4"–8" inches of total snowfall.

March 9, 2022

1:50 p.m.

Snow is forecast to begin early Thursday morning (around 1–3 a.m.). Temperatures will be below freezing, which will allow the snow to stick from the onset. We expect two rounds from this storm, one from early in the morning to around midday Thursday, and then another in early evening. Snow will be moderate to heavy at times in both rounds, with a total snowfall prediction of 4"–8."

We ask for patience as City crews work to get roads cleared. We will have the entire city treated before we begin full plowing operations. We will concentrate on clearing arterials and collectors first. With the two rounds of snow, we will likely have to start all over again Thursday evening. 

Winds are expected to gust up to 30 mph, which will create some drifting. We encourage people to stay home and off the roads, if possible.