Overland Park’s Governing Body is made up of the mayor and 12 City Council members.
Council members are elected from each of the city’s six wards and serve staggered, four-year terms.
Each year, the Governing Body identifies service and project priorities and goals and legislative priorities for the city, for both the state legislature and Congress.
The City Council has four standing committees that represent the four divisions of city business. Most city business, including the state and national legislative programs, is reviewed by council members in one or more committees before full council consideration.
Learn who your Council members are by locating your home on the ward map.
Click on a document below to see a quick summary of actions taken at the City Council meetings.
These are not legal minutes. Legal minutes are available several weeks after each meeting.