Overland Park is a first-class city that operates with a mayor-council-city manager form of government.
The Mayor and 12 City Council members make up Overland Park’s Governing Body, which approves codes and ordinances, identifies and prioritizes projects and services within Overland Park, and sets annual state and federal legislative priorities for the City.
City staff work within 12 departments and report to the City Manager’s Office.
Learn more about Overland Park’s mayor, Curt Skoog, and how the Mayor’s Office serves the City of Overland Park.
Meet the City Council members from your ward of Overland Park, see which serve on the City’s council committees, and learn what business will soon come before the Governing Body.
Learn about business coming before City Council, its committees and the Planning Commission. You can also view livestreams of meetings or watch them on-demand, and review minutes from past meetings.
Overland Park has several boards and commissions that meet periodically to discuss various topics affecting the city. Learn about each one and how to get involved.
Learn about Overland Park Municipal Court, the judicial branch of the City, which handles all traffic and City ordinance violations.
Learn about the staff departments that provide services for the City of Overland Park, and the people who lead them.
The Johnson County Election Office administers voting for more than 380,000 people in the county.
See which programs and services are currently budgeted, learn about the City’s process for developing the budget, and get involved.
See a list of the most commonly-requested details about City codes and ordinances, or search the municipal code for detailed information about the laws that govern life in Overland Park.
The City Clerk’s Office publishes legal notices of public hearings, ordinances, and minutes in the official City newspaper and online.
See which City projects are open for bidding and how to submit a proposal.
The City of Overland Park provides programs and services that plan, build, protect, and preserve a lasting quality of life in our community.
Learn more about many of the services the City provides.
Learn more about additional services provided by Johnson County, the State of Kansas, and other organizations.
The Overland Park Chamber of Commerce works to enhance the business environment and quality of life in our community.