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City Council approves nuisance party ordinance

The Overland Park City Council tonight unanimously approved a new ordinance regulating nuisance parties in the city of Overland Park.  This is an important, early step toward ensuring all neighborhoods in Overland Park continue to be peaceful for residents, and will apply to all properties, including owner-occupied homes and long- and short-term rentals. The Governing […]

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City Council approves 2023 Budget

After two different public hearings and hearing from residents, Overland Park’s governing body passed the City’s 2023 Budget. The 2023 Budget focuses on continuing to provide primary services, addressing inflationary pressures and continuing to address security in technology operations. The $374.4 million budget is a 14.3% increase over the City’s 2022 Budget. Mill levy stays […]

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Fall 2022 Overview arrives

Overview is the City’s quarterly newsletter for residents. It includes news, things to see and do in Overland Park, valuable information for neighborhoods and recreational and environmental news. The Overview Spring 2022 features articles about: A community engagement process for the Farmers’ Market improvement project Recommendations from the Infrastructure Advisory Group Overland Park firefighters moving […]

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Weigh in on 2023 Budget with RNR hearing

As the City Council continues to consider the 2023 Budget, you have two upcoming opportunities to weigh in on the budget.  In addition to the annual budget hearing, there will be a revenue neutral rate public hearing.  This type of hearing is scheduled when a jurisdiction expresses intent to exceed the revenue neutral rate. If […]

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Farmers’ Market community engagement process begins

Sept. 15 Update: The Town Hall virtual feedback form is now available. Please take time to watch the presentation and complete the form no later than Sept. 29 to share your thoughts on the future of the Farmers’ Market pavilion site. Virtual Feedback Form July 21, 2022: The City of Overland Park is beginning a […]

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Mayor’s Message – June 2022

Hear directly from Mayor Curt Skoog about what’s happening in our community, through a new video feature available on opkansas.org and City social media. This month, the mayor shares details about: The Overland Park Farmers’ Market 40th anniversary season, Juneteenth events in Overland Park, Online interest forms for resident boards, committees and commissions, How you […]

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Drop-off site available for tornado debris

Overland Park residents affected by this week’s severe weather can drop storm debris off this Sunday and Monday. Overland Park Parks Headquarters, 11921 Hardy, will serve as the dropoff site. It will be open for storm debris dropoff on Sunday, June 12 and Monday, June 13 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. You must have proof of […]

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Overland Park announces new city manager

Mayor Curt Skoog and the Overland Park City Council are pleased to announce the hire of a new city manager, Lori Curtis Luther. Luther will return to Overland Park, where she served as the assistant city manager from 2001 to 2005. She currently serves as the city manager for the City of Beloit, Wisconsin. “Lori […]

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Proposed 2023 budget: Public safety recruitment, infrastructure, trees and more

Interim Overland Park City Manager Kristy Stallings presented the proposed 2023 Budget to Mayor Curt Skoog and the Overland Park City Council. The City’s proposed 2023 Budget focuses on continuing to provide primary services, addressing inflationary pressures and continuing to address security in technology operations. The $374.3 million recommended annual budget is a 14.3% increase […]

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