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View local artist Todd Damotte's work at City Hall now through July 10, 2015

Artist Todd Damotte is an enthusiastic artist of many talents who uses a variety of media to express his creativity.

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Update on Relocation of Downtown LS Post Office

The Postal Service has announced intent to move ahead with the relocation of the downtown post office.

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Google Fiber Construction in Lee’s Summit

The construction of the Google Fiber network is underway and will continue, weather permitting.

Residents can expect to see Google subcontractors working within the City’s right-of-way and utility easements. As is typical with underground utility work of this scale, digging could be required in your area. Residents should receive door hangars from Google Fiber prior to construction activity beginning in their neighborhood.

A timeline for Google Fiber residential service availability is not yet available, but is expected to start sometime in 2015. Click the read more for FAQ's and important contact numbers.

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City of Lee's Summit News

Meet Local Artist Phil Schmidt July 16 at City Hall. Adventure is stirring in City Hall!

Meet local artist Phil Schmidt on Thursday, July 16 from 5:30 - 7 p.m., in the lobby of Lee’s Summit City Hall, 220 SE Green St., and get a chance to win a FREE painting! Experience the artist’s love of adventure while viewing his unique artwork at City Hall. You can also enjoy light hors d’oeuvres and wine sampling compliments of the Longview Mansion Executive Chef at the event.

Environment & Natural Resources Committee to Discuss Flow Control on July 6

After a discussion on June 25 regarding the findings of the 2015 City of Lee’s Summit Future of Environmental Programs Survey recently compiled by ETC Institute, the City’s Environment and Natural Resources (E&NR) Committee is scheduled to discuss flow control at its next meeting on Monday, July 6 in the Council Chambers of City Hall. 

Lee’s Summit City Hall is among Facilities Closed on Friday, July 3

Legacy Blast Fireworks Extravaganza is Thursday, July 2 at Legacy Park (south entrance gates open at 6 p.m. and closes at 9 p.m.)

Lee’s Summit City Hall, 220 SE Green St., and Lee’s Summit Municipal Court, 10 NE Tudor Road will be closed Friday, July 3, in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation’s (LSPR) main office inside City Hall will be closed on July 3 and many of their facilities will either have reduced hours or will be closed on Independence Day (Saturday, July 4).

Tree and Limb Drop off

Across our community residents are reporting downed trees and limbs after the storm that swept through the metropolitan area overnight on June 25. Although the City does not pick up brush, residents are reminded brush can be taken to the Resource Recovery Park (RRP), also known as the landfill, at 2101 SE Hamblen Road. The landfill is open Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Saturday (closed on the fourth of July) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fees are $5.25 per cubic yard for residents (with Lee’s Summit resident ID), or $13.75 per cubic yard for non-residents/commercial.

 

Lee’s Summit Recognized as a Solar Ready Community

The City of Lee’s Summit was recently recognized as one of the first cities in the region to attain a designation as a Solar Ready Community. Lee’s Summit received silver level recognition from the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC), which acknowledges the work the City has done to implement best management practices and undertake other actions to facilitate and encourage solar power installation. (Pictured is City of Lee's Summit Development Center Director Mark Dunning holding the plaque, which signifies Lee's Summit's designation as a silver level Solar Ready Community.)  

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