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What's New

  • Guide to Spring Break in Lenexa
    Kids are going to be out of school soon for spring break and you may be wondering how to keep them busy and entertained while staying local. We’ve got a list of eight things to do in Lenexa for your staycation....
  • 2020 State of the City Address
    Below is the text of Mayor Mike Boehm's prepared remarks for the 2020 State of the City address. It has been another exceptional year for Lenexa and it is an honor to deliver my 18th State of the City address...
  • Zoning regulations for homeless shelters
    The City of Lenexa has begun an in-depth process to update City Code to more comprehensively address how homeless shelters are regulated throughout the community. This process will address which zones can accom...
  • Winners awarded in HeART of Lenexa Contest
    Fourteen area artists were recently honored for their exceptional work inspired by what they love about Lenexa as part of the fifth annual HeART of Lenexa Contest. ...
  • Farmers Market plants seeds for a fresh season
    The Lenexa Farmers Market welcomed nearly 30,000 visitors during its second season. In addition to supporting the Market by buying local, here are six other ways to get involved this year....
  • Busting common flood insurance myths
    You may know how important it is to insure your home, vehicle and health — but flood insurance often isn’t a priority for many residents, especially if they don’t live near a body of water. ...
  • Program helps preserve Lenexa's neighborhoods
    You might spot a Lenexa Community Standards employee walking around a home in your neighborhood over the next couple of months. It’s likely that they’re completing a routine rental property inspection. ...
  • A Quick Guide to Potholes
    Potholes are an unavoidable nuisance this time of year. They’re created when snow and ice melt as part of the seasonal freeze-thaw cycle....
  • Why should I take the census?
    Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau counts each resident in the United States. The next census will begin April 1, 2020. ...
  • Host your next great event in Lenexa
    Whether you're planning a wedding reception, a birthday party, a family reunion or a business meeting this year, the City of Lenexa offers a variety of popular outdoor park shelters and indoor rental options....
  • Winter Weather Safety Tips
    When extremely cold temperatures or winter precipitation are in the forecast, consider staying indoors, keep your phones charged and use these cold weather safety tips from our electrical service provider, Ever...
  • Free tax prep help for Kansas residents
    Get free tax preparation assistance from AARP Tax-Aide at the Lenexa Senior Center from February through April 2020....
  • We're Hiring for Summer
    The cold days of winter may be ahead of us but reality is, it’s never too early to talk about summer jobs. ...
  • Lenexa Farmers Market heads indoors for winter
    Brrr, it’s cold outside! But you can still shop for locally raised, grown and made products all winter long at our Winter Farmers Market....
  • Homeless shelter to operate in Lenexa church
    The City of Lenexa, Kansas and the Shawnee Mission Unitarian Universalist Church have reached an agreement that will allow Project 10/20 to operate a homeless shelter in the church for the next three winter sea...
  • Snow season self-help
    Give yourself peace of mind during winter storms this season by knowing how we tackle snow removal, how you can help the streets get cleared more efficiently, and how you can prevent common winter weather nuisa...
  • Lenexa Residents Satisfied With City Services
    How satisfied are Lenexa residents? Where can the city improve? What priorities are of greatest interest? ...
  • Complete Streets Plan accepted by City Council
    A plan for creating safer, more comfortable routes for bicyclists, pedestrians, drivers and other travelers was recently accepted by the Lenexa City Council....
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