Whether you’re just visiting or live here in Leawood, the Chamber is always willing to help you find your way around. In addition to the resources found here on our site, you can learn more about Leawood by visiting the city’s own site at


Leawood’s Healthly Lifestyle

This city goes the extra mile when it comes to overall health. Just go on a short drive and you’ll notice many fitness facilities, several neighborhood pools, practice fields, recreational sports complexes, parks and trails.

Aside from physical fitness, many nationally recognized hospitals and specialty services provide Leawood residents with high quality care. The list includes Children’s Mercy South Hospital, Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute, Menorah Medical Center, St. Joseph Medical Center, Saint Luke’s South Hospital and Shawnee Mission Medical Center.

Because health is so important to Leawood, you can see that it translates into lower insurance rates and worker’s compensation costs for employees. With a more productive work force, it’s no wonder Leawood residents are able to enjoy a high quality of life, both personally and professionally.


Security and Safety First

Thanks to hundreds of highly- trained and compassionate emergency response personnel, safety and security come first when emergencies strike.

The Leawood Police Department
With a 90 member staff, The Leawood Police Department keeps the public safe and works tirelessly to provide programs like DARE, Armed Robbery Prevention, the Citizens Police Academy, and a Women’s Self Awareness Program to educate the community about the danger. In the fall of 2013, the $20 million Leawood Justice Center at Town Center Drive and Tomahawk Creek Parkway was opened. Now with 70,000 square feet of space, the new building houses the Leawood Police Department, Leawood Municipal Court, the city’s legal department, and IT staff.

The Leawood Fire Department
Our fire department has three stations that respond to calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It responds to a variety of incidents including fires, explosions, hazardous material spills, medical emergencies, technical rescues, and incidents involving domestic terrorism and weapons of mass destruction. It also responds to a wide variety of non-emergency calls, such as requests to assist with smoke detector installation and utility shut-off.

As a result of the hard work of the fire department and with the support of our mutual aid partners, communications center, and water distribution facility, the City of Leawood has been awarded a number 1 rating from the Insurance Services Office for its fire protection efforts.

Emergency Medical Services
These services are provided by Johnson County Med-Act. In March of 1975, Med-Act was created as a result of the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners recognizing the need for a county-wide Emergency Medical Service, including Advanced Life Support (ALS) capabilities. Med-Act provides service to all cities that are located within the 477 square miles that make up Johnson County.

Elected Officials & Contacts


Leawood City Council

Ward #1 – Debra Filla

Ward #1 – Andrew Osman

Ward #2 – Jim Rawlings

Ward #2 – Mary Larson

Ward #3 – Chuck Sipple

Ward #3 – Lisa Harrison

Ward #4 – James Azeltine

Ward #4 – Julie Cain


Additional City Numbers

Leawood Fire Administration

913-681-6788 ext.10

Leawood Animal Control

913-642-5555 ext. 268

Post Office



Leawood City Offices

City Hall


Action Line


City Clerk

913-339-6700 ext. 105

Municipal Court

913-339-6735 ext. 224

Public Works

913-339-6700 ext.130


Legislative Numbers

The Johnson County Board of Commissioners has opened a toll-free hotline to the Kansas governor’s staff and the Johnson County legislative delegation during each Kansas legislative session. The hotline is operative only when the legislature is in session from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays. Dial 1-800-432-3924 for legislative information. Dial 1-913-296-0111 for the House and Senate switchboard. View the Chamber’s 2017 Legislative Priorities.


National, State, and Johnson County Offices

Find up-to-date information on National, State, and Johnson County positions on the Johnson County Election Office site.



Johnson County Public Library


Leawood Pioneer Library




Driver’s License

Mission 913-432-2266, Olathe 913-829-2501

Motor Vehicle

Mission 913-432-2266, Olathe 913-826-1800

JoCo Courthouse


Mission Farms Office


Town Center Crossing


Park Place Office


Kansas Crisis Hotline


United Way Helpline




Kansas Gas Service










Time Warner Cable




435 South




Kansas City Star



Road & Weather Conditions

Kansas Highway Patrol


Weather Line Forecast


Kansas Housing Resources Corporation

“A Free Place to Find and List Rental Housing in Kansas” – Post and find jobs in Kansas


Get Involved

If you’re new to the area, or if you’re just looking for a new hobby, there are many ways to get involved. Just take a look at our list of our community groups.

Want to spread the word about your own community group? Contact us and we’ll add you to the list.


Leawood Chamber of Commerce
13451 Briar, Ste. 201
Leawood, KS 66209
913-498-1514 (Voice)
913-491-0134 (Fax)

Leawood Rotary Club
Don Smith, President
Hereford House- Town Center Plaza
7:15 a.m. Thursdays

Leawood Welcomers
Jane Webster, President
Sandy Berland, Membership

Leawood Woman’s Club
Nancy Madeira
5213 W. 116th Street
Leawood, KS 66211

Debbie Fick
8012 West 114th Terrace
Overland Park, KS 66210

Leawood Kiwanis Club
Dr. Craig Koshlap
11835 Roe #168
Leawood, KS 66211

Leawood Singers
Chloe Deuvall
10070 Hemlock Drive
Overland Park, KS 66212

League of Women Voters
P.O. Box 13491
Shawnee Mission, KS 66282

Leawood Garden Club
Jan Pickler
8125 Lee Blvd.
Leawood, KS 66206

Pat Warren
12000 Overbrook
Leawood, KS 66209

Leawood Lion’s Club
Rick Waldenmeyer
2105 W. 144th Street
Leawood, KS 66224



From cozy abodes and spacious manors, to comfortable and upscale maintenance-free communities, Leawood provides a wide variety of places for you to call home.

As you travel across Leawood from north to south, the city’s long-held commitment to maintaining a pleasant and convenient built environment comes plainly into view. More than 100 well-appointed neighborhoods carry forward the city’s original theme of timeless and pristine architecture, winding boulevards, sculpture, fountains and beautifully landscaped streetscapes. Many active homes associations feature neighborhood pools, greenspaces and other amenities, which play an important role in sustaining the quality of life enjoyed throughout the city.

Newer mixed-use developments, like Mission Farms and Park Place, are providing urban convenience, walkability and the chance to live above or beside boutiques, services, office space and a variety of restaurants.

Search our Online Member Directory for a list of residential real estate specialists who can help you locate a home and neighborhood perfectly suited to your unique style.

According to the Johnson County Appraiser’s Office, the average home in Leawood was appraised at $433,705 in 2013.