The City Clerk’s Office is responsible for:
- Preparing all City Council Agendas and packet material.
- Maintaining all City records, proceedings and ordinances.
- Provides information pertaining to City Council proceedings to general public and other City Departments.
- Issuing cereal malt beverage, drinking establishment and liquor store licenses.
Hours of Operation:
The Leawood City Hall is located at 4800 Town Center Drive, Leawood, Kansas 66211, and is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except certain holidays. The main phone number is (913) 339-6700. Click here for driving directions to City Hall.
The City became a First Class City on December 31, 1998. The current population of the City of Leawood is 34,579. The City of Leawood operates under a Mayor-Council form of government. The City is served by a Mayor and eight  Councilmembers, which makes up the ‘Governing Body.’ The City is divided into four  Council wards. There are two  Councilmembers in each ward who serve staggered terms. Elected Officials, including the Mayor, serve for four  year terms.
Potential candidates who are interested in filing are to contact the Johnson County Election Office at (913) 782-3441, or www.jocoelection.org. All candidates must pay report fees, filing fees or file a nomination petition, appoint treasurers and file periodic campaign finance reports.
The Kansas Open Record Act [KORA] controls what documents are available for public access. With the exception of specific records listed in the Kansas Open Records Act, [K.S.A. § 45-215 et seq.] all records maintained by the City, must be open for inspection by the public. To facilitate this process, the City has appointed the City Clerk as the local Freedom of Information Officer (FIO) for Leawood. If you would like to inspect or receive a copy of a record, you will be asked to submit your request for information in writing on a form provided by the City. Make your request as specific as possible to ensure your request can be processed in a timely fashion.
Most record requests will be produced within three  business days from the time the request is received. A fee will be assessed for providing access to or furnishing copies of these public records. This fee may be requested in advance. If the request is denied, you may ask for a written explanation for the denial.
Records that may not be subject to the Open Records Act include:
- Personnel information of public employees;
- Medical treatment records;
- Records which are protected by the attorney/client privilege or the rules of evidence;
- Records containing personal information compiled for census purposes;
- Notes and preliminary drafts;
- Criminal investigation records; and
- Several other specific records.
Please refer to K.S.A. § 45-221, for a complete listing of the exemptions.
To register to vote you must be:
- A U.S. Citizen
- A resident of Kansas
- Eighteen before the next statewide general election
Johnson County Voter registration applications are available at any City Hall, any Johnson County Library, or you may print from the Johnson County Election Office’s website and complete all information. Applications must contain an original signature and cannot be faxed. Mail your application to the Johnson County Election Office, 2101 E. Kansas City Road, Olathe, KS 66061.
If you change your name or address or wish to change your party affiliation, you are required to update your voter registration. This application must be postmarked no later than the 15th day prior to any election. You may register to vote at any time, however, registration closes 21 days prior to an election day.
Advance Voting by mail begins 20 days prior to every election. To vote by mail, complete an Application for an Advance Voting Ballot and fax to 913-791-8931 or mail to the Johnson County Election Office, 2101 E. Kansas City Road, Olathe, KS 66061. Applications are also available at public libraries and city halls. Ballots cannot be faxed.