This Leawood lake has a geese problem — How the city is trying to fix it

Leawood environmental measures

The city of Leawood wants to enhance the city's natural environment, through measures such as deterring geese and planting native grasses. Above, geese near the south lake at 115th Street and Tomahawk Creek Parkway.

Leawood is trying to keep geese away from traffic on Tomahawk Creek Parkway and also plant more native vegetation throughout the city.

The Leawood City Council on Monday unanimously approved the city’s goals and objectives for 2023, which include plans to grow more native plantings and to deter geese from gathering around the south lake near West 115th Street and Tomahawk Creek Parkway.