My name is Logan Heley, and I’m running to be your city
councilmember because I care about our neighborhoods and
I’ll be an innovative leader excited to work for you. That’s
why I’m asking for your vote in the November 7th election.
Overland Park Ward 1 has been my home for 23 years and my
family has lived in Johnson County for three generations.
Currently, I am a community engagement manager for
Harvesters—The Community Food Network. I work with
churches, schools, small businesses, neighborhood groups,
clubs, government agencies, corporations, individuals, and
more to facilitate food and fund donations that will help feed
the 360,000+ people in our region who don’t know when or
where their next meal will be. As a manager, I am responsible
for a budget that will collect millions in monetary donations
and pounds of donated food.
After 14 years of the incumbent in office, it's time for a change and I am ready to lead us forward. Constituent service is part of my professional background and community engagement is my current job. I pledge to be responsive to
you and seek your input.
Transparency and responsiveness are important to me. When the SMSD Board of Education was voting to close Antioch and Mission Valley Middle Schools, I took my journalism video camera to meetings and began live streaming them for the public. The district had not provided live video until I took that action. I will promote transparency through active social media and by live streaming City Council meetings, making it easier for our neighbors to participate in local government (from the comfort of their own homes).
I’ll prioritize public safety and neighborhood stabilization. I’ll work to stop free handouts for big developers. I’ll
enhance Overland Park’s quality of life through environmental sustainability.
Our neighbors trust me. After work, I serve on the Shawnee Mission UU Church Board of Trustees, where I am
responsible for a tight budget. I’m also a Johnson County Citizens Academy graduate. I was the press intern at the White
House and worked in constituent services as a Congressional intern. Neighborhood leaders, including former state Rep.
Sue Storm and current state Rep. Nancy Lusk, proudly endorse me.
It would be my honor to serve you and our neighborhoods on the Overland Park City Council. Please contact me at (913)
660-4727 or with any questions. I’d appreciate your vote in the November 7th election.
COMMITED TO OUR COMMUNITY
Works as the food and fund drive manager on Harvesters’ community engagement team.
Member of Shawnee Mission UU Church Board of Trustees and Youth Volunteer Corps Alumini Advisory Board.
Graduate of Johnson County Citizens Academy.
Promote transparency through active social media and by live streaming City Council meetings, making it easier for our neighbors to participate in local government (from the comfort of their own homes).
One phone call away – Your input is crucial, and I will depend on your emails and phone calls to provide the services you expect and deserve.
PROTECTING OUR NEIGHBORHOODS
Prioritize public safety and neighborhood stabilization.
Stop free handouts for big developers.
Ensure Overland Park’s future and enhance our city’s quality of life through environmental sustainability.
"I'm running for Overland Park City Council because I care about our neighborhoods and I'll be an innovative leader excited to work for you."