Contact Parks & Recreation

We are happy to answer any questions you may have about our programs, events and services. If you have general questions, please contact us:

Lenexa Rec Center
17201 W. 87th St. Pkwy.
Lenexa, KS 66219
913.477.7100
[email protected]

Office hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday

Please report parks maintenance issue, right-of-way tree trimming requests and other related problems through our Service Request system.

Staff

Administration

Logan Wagler
Parks & Recreation Director
913.477.7140
[email protected]

Mandy Danler
Assistant Director of Parks & Recreation
913.477.7120
[email protected]

Cheryl Doleshal
Administrative Assistant
913.477.7112
[email protected]


Parks

Danny Huntsinger
Parks Superintendent
913.477.7149
[email protected]

Jeff Carlson
Facility Supervisor
913.477.7142
[email protected]

John Giambalvo
Turf Supervisor 
913.477.7144
[email protected]

Johnny Mays
Support Services Supervisor
913.477.7161
[email protected]

Curt Talken
Landscape Supervisor 
913.477.7146
[email protected]


Recreation

Marisa Shartzer
Recreation Superintendent
[email protected]

Erika Geering
Lenexa Rec Center Manager
913.477.7472
[email protected] 

Isaac Heinen
Rec Services Manager
[email protected]

Jenny Doty
Recreation Supervisor
913.477.7132
[email protected]

Susanne Neely
Recreation Supervisor 
913.477.7131
[email protected]

Ryan Wiebe
Aquatics Manager
913.477.7135
rwiebe@lenexa.com

Bettie Partington
Recreation Supervisor, Senior Programs
913.477.7134
[email protected]

Sarah Hirst
Recreation Supervisor
913.477.7139
[email protected]

Josh Geary
Recreation Supervisor, Fitness
913.477.7470
[email protected]


Lost and Found Policy

The City of Lenexa and the Lenexa Parks and Recreation Department (LPRD) are not responsible for lost or stolen property.

Patrons are responsible for safeguarding all personal items at all outdoor (shelters, fields and courts) and indoor (Rec Center, Community Center, Senior Center, City Hall and Thompson Barn) facilities.

When a lost item is turned in or found at LPRD facilities, LPRD staff will add a description of the property in the lost and found logbook and store the item in a designated location for at least thirty (30) days.

In addition to a description of the item, the logbook will contain the date and location where the item was found (if known), as well as the location where the item is stored. LPRD staff may, but are not required to, reasonably attempt to identify the owner of the lost item.

In order to claim a lost item, the owner of the item must be able to identify their lost item(s) by color, description, brand name, where the item was lost, or other unique identifying factor and sign for the item in the logbook as a record of their receipt of the lost item. 

If an item remains unclaimed after 30 days, LPRD may donate the item to a local 501(c)(3). In the sole discretion of LPRD staff, lost items considered higher in value, including but not limited to, keys, electronic devices, cameras, cell phones, money, credit cards, smart watches, jewelry, wallets, purses, and backpacks, will be kept for up to 90 days prior to being turned over to the Lenexa Police Department for disposition.

Stolen or Damaged Property Procedures

If an item has been stolen or damaged (vehicles included), while visiting any of our facilities — Rec Center, Thompson Barn, City Hall, Public Market, Community Center, Senior Center, Shelters, Courts, Fields, etc. — patrons can file a report with Lenexa Police Department by going to the station (87th and Monrovia) or calling the non-emergency line (913.477.7301).

The owner of the item/property must file the report. A third party, including City staff, may not file the report on their behalf.