The Leawood City Council's meeting on Monday, March 5th included discussion of appraised value increases in Leawood and the burying of power lines along Mission Road. Big Increases for Some Property Owners On average, the appraised value, upon which...read more
The Leawood Planning Commission met on February 27, and the majority of the discussion focused on the future of mixed use development in Leawood. Mixed use development is a term that describes the effort to integrate office, retail and residential uses in...read more
Leawood City Council February Update: Sales tax reduction at Town Center Crossing, and proposals for new City street light banners.
It was an information packed meeting of the City Council's Governing Body on February 5. Sales Tax Rate Reduction at Town Center Crossing Effective April 1 No, it’s not an April Fool’s joke. The special 1% sales tax that’s been in place for several years...read more
Although Leawood Chamber events and programming vary throughout the year, they all share a focus on connecting current and prospective members with the people and resources that can help accelerate their business growth and professional development. From both a...read more
The new year is already in full swing, and all of us at the Leawood Chamber of Commerce are excited about what’s ahead in 2018. We have several initiatives planned to deliver more value to both current and prospective members, and that includes serving as...read more