Your Vote Drives Our Community

Election Day: June 22, 2023

A mail-in ballot election in June 2023 will determine whether the City of Overland Park can levy a three-eighth cent (0.375 percent) sales tax to fund public infrastructure improvements.

Revenue from the tax would be dedicated to improving City infrastructure. This includes primarily streets and traffic management systems, but can include related infrastructure such as curbs, gutters, sidewalks, streetlights, storm sewers and more. These programs were developed in response to Overland Park’s growing infrastructure maintenance, preservation and improvement needs.

What You Can Do

Vote in the June 22, 2023, election via your mail-in ballot. 

Registered voters can expect a ballot to be mailed to your home in late May or early June. You will be prompted to vote “yes” or “no” on the special question ballot.

To register to vote, visit the Johnson County Election Office website.

The City will host three town hall events for residents interested in learning more about the upcoming OP Moves sales tax election. The first in-person town hall will be held on Thursday, June 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Johnson County Library, Blue Valley branch, 9000 W. 151st Street. The second will be on Tuesday, June 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the Matt Ross Community Center, 8101 Marty.

In addition to two in-person town halls, the City will hold a virtual town hall on Thursday, June 8 at 6 p.m. Attendees will participate by dialing into a conference line using either their cell or landline phones. Residents will have the opportunity to pose questions about the OP Moves sales tax election to a panel of subject matter experts. Dial-in information for the virtual event will be provided to residents via call or text one week prior to the event.

Follow us for more information about how this funding can contribute to the future of Overland Park’s infrastructure.