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Tackle our Fall Fishing Derby starting Sept. 1
07/31/2020
Hooked on fishing? So are we! Because our summer fishing derby was “fintastic,” Lenexa Parks and Recreation staff scheduled a second oppor-tuna-ty.
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National Farmers Market Week honors local food heroes
07/27/2020
National Farmers Market Week (Aug. 2–8, 2020) is an annual celebration that highlights the important role farmers markets like Lenexa's play in our nation’s food system.
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COVID-19 under microscope
How Rec Center handles COVID-19 incidents
07/21/2020
Your health and safety is our highest priority — especially during the current global pandemic. The Lenexa Rec Center has plans in place for eliminating or minimizing exposure to COVID-19 for patrons and staff.
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Treat or remove your ash tree soon
07/10/2020
The destructive effects of the emerald ash borer on Lenexa’s tree population are exceptionally prevalent this summer. If there’s an ash tree on your property, take steps now to avoid having to pay for an emergency tree removal or repairs to property damaged by falling trees or limbs.​
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Follow state and local rules for political signs
07/07/2020
Political signs are popping up across Lenexa, and you may be wondering whether some of these signs are displayed in compliance with state and local regulations.
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Summertime safety
07/01/2020
Extra time at home means more time to do a thorough safety check and develop good habits to keep yourself, our family and your property safe. Try these tips from the Lenexa Police Department.
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COVID-19 pandemic expected to impact 2021 City Budget
06/24/2020
The 2021 Recommended Budget is ready for review by the Lenexa Governing Body and the public.
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Some projects, planning efforts on hold in 2020
06/19/2020
Revenue uncertainty and prevention efforts related to the COVID-19 pandemic have paused some major public construction projects and long-term planning efforts that were scheduled to start this year. While these projects have been delayed, they are not canceled.
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Putting a pool in your backyard this summer? City permits are required
06/15/2020
Backyard pool sales have made a big splash this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And, while many can’t wait to jump in, Lenexa wants to make sure residents are safe.
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LPD outlines department practices
06/08/2020
In light of recent inquiries of police practices across our nation, internal staff at the Lenexa Police Department spent several hours last week reviewing their training, policies, overall culture of the department, as well as discussing the #8CANTWAIT initiative, all with an open mind.
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What’s happening with Lenexa events
05/27/2020
Due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, we’re changing how we gather right now in order to help keep each other safe. Here's a status update on many popular festivals and events that were originally planned for the next few months.
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New Director of Information Technology Named
05/27/2020
City Manager Beccy Yocham announced today that Jerry Swingle will join Lenexa’s senior management team as Director of Information Technology.
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Lenexa Parks & Recreation reopening plan
Parks & Recreation lays out coronavirus reopening plans
05/15/2020
Lenexa Parks & Recreation facilities, programs and events have been largely suspended for the last two months to help limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We have worked hard to develop responsible operating plans as we aim for the safe, gradual reopening of services.
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City attorney reflects on 31-year career
05/04/2020
City Attorney Cindy Harmison will retire May 8 after 31 years of service with the City of Lenexa. In this Q & A, she reflects on ways Lenexa has changed over the years, her most memorable experiences and the rewards of public service.
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What to know about fishing and boating in Lenexa
04/17/2020
Hooked on fishing or boating? There are opportunities to enjoy both in Lenexa. During the COVID-19 outbreak, our ponds and lakes remain open for recreation. Here’s what you need to know.
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Improvements coming to intersection near Old Town
04/06/2020
The City of Lenexa is preparing to begin improvements designed to enhance safety and access at the intersection of 95th Street and Santa Fe Trail Drive.
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Zoning regulations for homeless shelters
02/07/2020
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 accommodate a shelter use and to what extent churches can include sheltering the homeless as an accessory use of their facility. We invite residents to participate in the process to help us create regulations that work for the whole community.
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