Quality neighborhoods are the building blocks of a great city.
Being an active part of a neighborhood enhances your personal life and can provide a means to connect with neighbors and local government leaders to form partnerships that enrich, maintain and sustain the livability of our city.
Several Overland Park neighborhood groups and homes associations are participating this year with events from police canine demonstrations to a barbecue and pool party. Get to know your neighbors and improve the safety of your community, and participate in this year's National Night Out. (participation form)
- Learn about safety and security resources for your home and neighborhood.
Overland Park's Neighborhood Conservation Program (NCP) was initiated to help sustain aging neighborhoods in the northern part of the city.
- Interactive map to put in address and find out what's happening in and around your neighborhood.
A block party is a way to transform a neighborhood into a community.
Following the city’s property maintenance codes ensures that our neighborhoods continue to be safe, healthy and pleasant places for residents to live.
Overland Park strictly limits the use of temporary signs as they can easily undermine an otherwise attractive area and make it appear cluttered and unkempt.
A quick guide to finding a restaurant in Overland Park
Proposed program to improve the overall image of Overland Park rental industry and residential properties.