Check out the planned improvements. This 21.8 acre park is at the intersection of Douglas and Chipman Rd and has skate park, two lighted sand volleyball courts and baseball fields on the north side. The south side is currently undergoing major renovation which is scheduled for completion in 2013. View site plan here.

This Project Discussion will close at the end of the day on November 1, 2012.  All feedback received will be submitted to the Capital Improvements Project Committee for review.

The Capital Improvements Project Committee is seeking public input to Prioritize Capital Projects for a possible April 2013 NO TAX Increase General Bond Initiative. 

Please tell us what you think in this open discussion below regarding any or all of the project list.   You can also take a survey to rank the projects by your importance level.

You can also attend a public meeting on Wednesday, November 7 at City Hall.

Download and Review the Project List now.

The City Council Ad-Hoc Committee to Consider Capital Improvement Projects for a 2013 General Obligation Bond met on Wednesday, November 7th to review a list of potential capital improvement projects for consideration in a General Obligation Bond ballot question in the spring of 2013. The Committee reviewed the list and directed staff to remove all projects with a cost that exceed the available bond capacity of $12 million.  Direction was also provided for staff to prioritize the remaining projects based on the criteria of safety, economic development benefit, cost of the project, and potential community benefit. Staff will present this list and priority ranking to the Committee at its next meeting on Monday, November 26th at 5:30. 

The Second Street Improvement project addresses safety and traffic operations along the corridor from Jefferson Street to M-291. The project includes signal replacement, the addition of street lighting, intersection improvements at Second Street and Jefferson Street, curb replacement along segments of the corridor and pavement markings. There is a proposal to reduce the corridor from a four-lane section to a three-lane section from Jefferson Street to Independence Avenue.

Below is a list of links where you can find more information on the project.

Click here to review the 2nd Street Corridor Improvement Project General Information Memo

Click here to review the 2nd Street Aerial: Jefferson West of Corder

Click here to review the 2nd Street Aerial: Corder to M-291 Highway

Click here to review the 2nd Street Improvements Drawing

Click here to review the 2nd Street Corridor Study

You can also visit Lee's Summit Public Works as lspw.net.

Improvements to Lee’s Summit Road will consist of widening the roadway to three lanes; adding shoulders, a multi-use trail, and street lighting as well as reducing steep grades and sharp curves to improve safety for the traveling public. The construction cost is $10.3 million for the 2 1/4-mile section between Colbern Road and Gregory Boulevard, with Lee’s Summit and Kansas City each paying for the portion of the project within their city limits. This project is one of six projects funded by the 1/2 cent sales tax approved by voters in 2007. There have also been federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds allocated for this project.  Read More...