Kansas Governor’s Office

The Office of Rural Prosperity Listening Tour kicked off Monday, June 17.  Lt. Governor Lee Rogers is visiting rural committees to garner input for the Office of Rural Prosperity. If you live or work in a rural Kansas community, your input is needed!

This upcoming series will include 12 public listening sessions designed to give Kansans the opportunity to share their thoughts directly with the Lt. Governor during a 90-minute facilitated conversation. These sessions will begin with brief opening remarks, and attendants will then be divided into small facilitator groups to answer three questions:

  1. How do we define prosperity – what does in mean in your community?
  2. What has the community done well to prosper?
  3. What barriers or roadblocks stand in the way of future prosperity?

The Lt. Governor would like to hear from a wide and diverse group of Kansans during these listening sessions. For more details on each session, including registration details, visit www.ruralkanprosper.ks.gov.

Scheduled tour locations include: Nickerson (June 17), Atchison (June 20), Colby (June 24),  Philipsburg (June 25), Winfield (July 8), Lindsborg (July 8), Garnett (July 22), Independence (July 23), Ulysses (July 30), Concordia (August 1), Sabetha (August 5), and Dodge City (August 7).