Pavement Management Program

2023 Pavement Management Program 

Map of planned pavement improvements

Operated through the Municipal Services Department, the City of Lenexa's annual Pavement Management Program helps ensure Lenexa’s roads are safe and in good condition.

Projects are competitively bid, and plans may shift depending on bid responses the City receives. Pavement work is anticipated to start in late spring. Weather permitting, it will finish in the fall.

The $7-million 2023 program includes funding from the 3/8-cent sales tax, the City’s share of gas tax revenue and property taxes. The 87th Street Parkway part of the project received $827,000 from Johnson County’s County Assisted Road System (CARS) funding.

2023 Projects 

UBAS in residential areas

Streets in the following neighborhoods will be treated with ultra-thin bonded asphalt surface. This extends the life of a road by milling a 3/8” layer from the roadway and replacing it with a thin, coarse asphalt mix.

  • College View
  • Canyon Creek
  • Cottonwood Canyon
  • Manchester Park

Mill and overlay on major streets

A 2-inch mill and asphalt overlay treatment will take place on the following streets:

  • 87th Street Parkway from Maurer Road to Pflumm Road
  • Marshall Drive from 87th Street Parkway to the north city limits
  • Pflumm Road from 103rd Street to College Boulevard
  • Renner Boulevard from 95th Street to College Boulevard

New: Street Reconstruction

Falcon Valley Drive between Prairie Star Parkway and Woodland Road will be the first street fully rebuilt through Lenexa's new street reconstruction program. Construction is expected to begin in early summer and last several months. Residents in this area should watch for invitations to a project open house.

2023 Pavement Management Program PDF Map

Keep up with traffic impacts

  • Our staff reaches out to impacted households through doorhangers and communication with homeowners associations.
  • Watch for digital message boards on your regular routes alerting you to future traffic impacts. Prepare for delays or find an alternative route.
  • When construction will cause major traffic delays, like when a street is fully closed, we send out a Road Closure Alert. Sign up for these at, and watch for them to be posted on our social media accounts.

Contact information 

Kyle Rodenhouse: 913.477.7806, [email protected]