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Dilapidated home
Fund home repairs through Exterior Home Repair Program
If you live in the Neighborhood Revitalization District and are planning home improvements, consider applying for an exterior grant reimbursement to help you make improvements to your home.   READ MORE...
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Healthy Yards Expo coming April 1
Get your spring lawn care off to a good start by attending the eighth annual Johnson County Healthy Yards Expo on Saturday, April 1 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Shawnee Civic Centre, 13817 Johnson Drive.  READ MORE...
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Say goodbye to unwanted items at Dumpster Days
Need to get rid of bulky household items like furniture, appliances and electronic equipment that can't be included in regular trash collection? The spring Dumpster Days event for Lenexa residents will be held Saturday, April 8, and Sunday, April 9, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.   READ MORE...
Elections
City Council candidates must file for election by June 1
If you are interested in running for a position on the Lenexa City Council, you must file for candidacy by June 1.  READ MORE...
Stacy Knipp appointed to Lenexa City Council to serve Ward 2
During the April 21 Lenexa City Council meeting, Stacy Knipp was appointed to fill the vacant Ward 2 City Council position. The position became vacant when Diane Linver, who served as a Ward 2 council member, stepped down from her position on Dec. 31, 2016, after serving for 28 years. Under Lenexa City Code, the mayor nominates a candidate to fill the unexpired term of a vacant seat. Knipp’s seat is one of four which will be voted on during the November election.   READ MORE...
Mayor Mike Boehm trades t-shirts with Park University President Greg Gunderson.
Park University is Lenexa's education partner at new City Hall
Park University, which has supported students from around the globe in pursuing their higher education dreams since 1875 from its flagship campus in Parkville, Mo., will open a campus center location in Lenexa, Kan., for the start of the Fall 2017 semester. The University plans to begin operations in Lenexa in July, with classes starting Monday, Aug. 14.  READ MORE...
Mayor Boehm gives 2017 State of the City Address
Mayor Mike Boehm gave the 2017 State of the City Address on Feb. 15, 2017 to the membership of the Lenexa Chamber of Commerce.  READ MORE...
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Fun summer camps await your child
Are you looking for a fun, safe place for your child to learn and grow this summer? Lenexa Parks & Recreation offers a variety of exciting camps through the summer months. The age requirements, dates and prices differ per camp, but all camps are now open for registration.  READ MORE...
Children posed with motorcycles and police
Youth Police Academy is enrolling now
Has your teen expressed an interest in law enforcement as a career? If so, the Lenexa Police Department's popular Youth Police Academy may be an exciting option this summer. This free, interactive program covers many topics, from patrol procedures to evidence collection. It promotes a greater understanding between our community's youth and the Lenexa Police Department and helps students develop skills to keep themselves safe from danger.   READ MORE...
Kids swimming in a pool
Become a Rec Center Charter Member
Charter Memberships are now available for the new Rec Center at Lenexa City Center. We built this 100,000-square-foot facility with families in mind. If you're looking for a gym to exercise, a year-round place to walk, or an indoor pool to have fun, we have you covered.   READ MORE...