Form of Government
Lebo has a Six member Council comprised of five, at large council members and a Mayor. In addition to the “at large” responsibilities, each council position is assigned a specific area for study, and advice. The council position takes an active role in short and long term issues and partners with the city employees, when needed to solve problems. The table below shows the current make up of the Lebo City Council.
|Position #||Next Election||Current Office Holder||Responsibility|
|2||11/2019||Troy Friend||Utilities and Infrastructure|
|3||11/2019||Tony Botkin||Parks, Recreation & Culture|
|4||11/2019||Jerry Headley||Public Safety|
|5||11/2021||Jamie Jasnoski||Economic Development|
The City Council meets on the first Monday of each month at 7:00 P.M. at the Lebo Community Building, located at 320 N. Ogden. If the first Monday of the month falls on a holiday, the meeting is held the Monday following the holiday.
Local Boards and Advisory Committees
Lebo Zoning Board- The Zoning Board is responsible for governing and regulating all the adopted Zoning and Subdivision Regulations. The overall mission of the Zoning Board is to allow for harmonious and logical land use in the city and areas around the city. The Zoning Board meets each quarter at 7:00 P.M. at the Lebo Community Building, located at 320 N. Ogden.
Lebo Parks and Recreation Board- The “Park Board” is an appointed board impaneled to discuss and approve such things as improvements to the city parks, to see to it that such things as the summer youth baseball program is effectively carried out and other items relating to parks, recreation and culture. The board has the authority to expend funds from the “Special Parks and Recreation” line item of the City Of Lebo budget. Capitol improvements in excess of $2000.00 must have the City Council approval. The Park Board meets the second Monday of each month at 6:30 P.M. at the Lebo Community Building, located at 320 N. Ogden. Visit our Parks & Recreation Page for more information.
The 2017 Tax Rates for 2018 are shown below. The totals will give you a good idea of what your total, local Ad valorum tax bill will be if you buy property in Lebo.
|U.S.D. 243 Lebo/Waverly School District||50.939|
|Coffey County Volunteer Fire District||1.790|
|State of Kansas||1.500|
|2017 Total mills levied in City||142.287|