Studies

  • 135th Street Plan

    We invite you to check this webpage periodically over the next few months to view project updates and the latest information about this important planning effort for the future of Leawood. Click here to view

  • Leawood’s Comprehensive Plan

    The purpose of the Comprehensive Plan is to guide the growth and development of the community and include analysis, recommendations and proposals for the community’s population, economy, housing, transportation, community facilities and land use. Click here to view.

  • Leawood Development Ordinance

    Leawood Development Ordinance. Click here to view.

  • Self-Propelled Leawood

    A pedestrian and bicycle master plan. Click here to view.


Where do your tax dollars go?

Two public school districts serve the City of Leawood. Therefore, depending on a property address, the total mill levy a resident would pay varies.

Shawnee Mission School District

Estimated 2016 mill levy for 2017 budget (The 2017 levies will not be determined until Fall 2016)

Assume a Leawood resident is living in the Shawnee Mission School District (#512). The property taxes this resident would pay are broken down as shown below:

Total Mills = 116.131
Blue Valley School District

Estimated 2016 mill levy for 2017 budget (The 2017 levies will not be determined until Fall 2016)

Assume a Leawood resident is living in the Blue Valley School District (#229). The property taxes this resident would pay are broken down as shown below:

Total Mills = 132.161

Mill Levy Comparison

The chart graphic (pictured right) are the 2016 Budget mill levies for selected cities in Johnson County, Kansas.

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