Category Archives: News
Representatives from the City of Kansas City, Missouri, are hosting a meeting on Monday, February 26 at 6 p.m. at Keystone United Methodist Church to discuss sewer separation and water main replacement project. The City is working to construct important … Continue reading
Please join us for an open forum aimed at learning the pros and cons of using our tax dollars for big development in Kansas City and how it affects us both in the short-term and long-term. Tuesday, February 27, 2018 … Continue reading
The community center is still being planned exactly as it was originally. The new component is that they want to add apartments for folks that are 55+ and older who are aging out of their home. This helps them to … Continue reading
Tax season is here and all low- and moderate-income families and most retired families can have their taxes completed by experts for free if their household income is $60,000 or less. You can complete your taxes yourself for free onlineif you make less than … Continue reading
The Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget was submitted to the City Council on Feb. 8, 2018. The Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget focuses on public safety as prioritized by residents through the Citizen Satisfaction Survey and the City Council’s Citywide Business Plan and Five-Year Financial Planning model. The $1.66 billion submitted … Continue reading
Check out the latest news from the City of KC in just 60 seconds – Planet Comicon, college hoops and the KC Auto Show are all back downtown. Need to know where to park? Find out about the Park Mobile … Continue reading
The modern and uniquely Kansas City, Missouri, airport that voters approved in November is back on track to open in 2021 now that the City Council has approved an agreement with the developer selected to build the much-anticipated single terminal. … Continue reading
Superintendent Mark Bedell is hosting a series of Community Conversations across the Kansas City Public Schools system. In general, these events are an opportunity for Dr. Bedell to talk about how KCPS is responding to public input gathered during his … Continue reading
Research Medical Center Brookside Campus welcomes two new orthopedic surgeons to their ranks. Click here to read the official announcement.
We are very pleased to announce the changes to our 2018 Discount Card. Thanks to all of the feedback we received through last year’s focus meetings and survey, it was determined that many of the current offers were not re-usable. … Continue reading
Tuesday, February 6, 2018 South-Broadland Presbyterian 7850 Holmes Rd, Kansas City, MO (park in the lot on the north side and look for the OFFICE sign) 6:00 – 7:00 PM South Waldo Community Investors has teamed up with O’Reilly Development Company … Continue reading
BraveHearts for Dads a fathering empowerment program of Cornerstones of Care announces the next session of BraveHearts. BraveHearts for Dads is a free and voluntary fathering empowerment program. Any father or male caregiver seeking to improve the relationship with their … Continue reading
Please join the Waldo Tower Neighborhood Association for our next General Meeting, happening on Saturday, January 13th, at 10am in the Waldo Public Library. We’ll be in Meeting Room A. We’ll welcome Matt Bunch with the Kansas City Community Gardens … Continue reading
Dear Neighbor, I’ve lived in this neighborhood since 2002 and have really enjoyed being an active member of my community, but nothing compares to the feeling I received recently when we completed an intense series of focus meetings and … Continue reading
Share your preferences for the single terminal KCI design at 1 of 4 upcoming meetings. Attend local sessions on Thursday, December 7th, and Thursday, December 14th. Click here to learn more.