Snow and Ice Removal

The city's Public Works Department follows a priority system for clearing snow and ice from the city's 1,900 lane miles of streets and bridges which averages over a million dollars each year.

Emergency Service Requests

Call 911 if you have a police, fire or medical emergency. Requests for emergency snow and ice removal will be directed by emergency service personnel.

Stay Up-to-date

During inclement weather, residents can get updates from:

Snow or ice concerns

To report a non-emergency snow or ice concern, use the city's online reporting system, Overland Park Cares, which also allows you to track your request.

Report minor vehicle accident

If you are involved in a minor vehicle accident during inclement weather you can "walk in" your accident report within 48 to 72 hours to the W. Jack Sanders Justice Center, 12400 Foster, or to the Myron E. Scafe Building, 8500 Antioch (lower level).

Drivers should exchange correct and valid information: names, addresses, driver license and license plate numbers and insurance information.

Minor vehicle accident defined:

  • no injuries,
  • vehicles are drivable,
  • substance abuse is not a factor,
  • not a hit and run.