Action Alert: Lenexa City Council Complete Streets policy presentation on June 13th

Please show up to support bike lanes and other improvements for people who walk and bike.

The City of Lenexa, KS usually focuses on trails instead of on-street bike lanes, but that might be changing. On Tuesday, June 13th the City Council will hear a presentation about Complete Streets, the idea that our city streets should be built for everyone – whether they are in cars, on bikes, on foot, in wheelchairs, or transit.

Ride to Lenexa City Council Meeting

Lenexa residents and other supporters are invited to join a casual ride from Velo+ to the Lenexa City Hall:
Tuesday, June 13th
6:30 p.m. Ride Leaves Velo+
7:00 p.m. City Council Work Session
RSVP on Facebook

View the presentation that will given to the City Council

This will be work session, which means the City Council will not be taking any action or voting any specific policy. We need a big turnout of bicyclists to show that there is strong public support for Lenexa to start planning for bike lanes and other Complete Street improvements!

Complete Streets in Greater Kansas City

Today more than 1.1 million people (56% of the metro population) live in a community with a Complete Streets policy, including KCMO, KCK, Lee’s Summit, and Overland Park. Learn about Complete Streets in the KC region.

Help us fight for Complete Streets across the region

We need the support of people like you to keep advocating in local City Halls for bike lanes, sidewalks, trails, and more. Please become a member or make a charitable donation to support BikeWalkKC’s advocacy work throughout Greater Kansas City.

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