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Keep Cool When It's Hot

Admission fees into Legacy Park, Gamber and Harris Park Community Centers will be reduced to half price on all days the National Weather Service issues Excessive Heat Warnings for the months June, July and August. During business hours, Mid-Continent Libraries are also good cooling centers. Call United Way 2-1-1 for assistance or information about public cooling centers.

City of Lee's Summit News

CDBG Application Forms Available Online Beginning Jan. 13 for Program Year 2017-2018

The City will soon begin accepting applications for the 2017-18 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funding to support eligible programs and projects sponsored by eligible public agencies or not-for-profit organizations. Individuals are not eligible to apply. The application forms will be available online on Jan. 13, 2017. Completed applications will be accepted by the City from Jan. 16 through Feb. 17, 2017 and funds will become available after July 1, 2017.

Cities & Community Cut Ribbons in Celebration of Major Transportation Milestones

The completion of Lee’s Summit Road and the purchase of Hangar 1 were touted as potential economic development generators during today’s, Dec. 16, ribbon-cutting event to officially usher in these community transportation milestones.

Congratulations 2016 Employee of the Year

Congratulations to the City of Lee's Summit's 2016 Employee of the Year Gene Williams, a senior staff engineer in the Development Services Department. The announcement was made at the City's annual Holiday Party on Sat., Dec. 10, in Unity Village.

Lee’s Summit Voters Approve a $14.5 Million No-Tax Increase Bond Initiative for Public Safety Improvements

The City of Lee’s Summit’s history of overwhelming support for ballot issues continued on Tuesday, November 8, with the approval of a $14.5 million no-tax increase bond election that will fund replacing the current Fire Station No. 3, replacing older air packs for fire personnel, upgrading the radio system for public safety and improving network capability at City-owned buildings and facilities. Lee’s Summit has not had a failed City-initiated no-tax increase ballot question since 1995.

City of Lee’s Summit Approves MOU with John Knox Village for land to locate a new Fire Station No. 3

At its Nov. 3 meeting, the Lee’s Summit City Council approved a Memorandum of Understanding by and between the City and John Knox Village for the terms and conditions associated with the potential transfer of property located on NW Pryor Road for use as a new Fire Station No. 3.

This is a 2.28-acre plot of undeveloped land on the west side of Pryor Road.
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