Tomahawk Ridge Community Center combines the comforts of a neighborhood community center with a contemporary chic appeal to bring you top-of-the-line fitness equipment, exciting group exercise classes, the expertise of personal trainers, affordable gathering spaces, and more.
Visit Tomahawk Ridge Community Center any time we’re open to take a tour and learn about our programs and services that fit into your leisure and wellness lifestyle.
Membership and daily passes are available at the front desk, and are required to work out and use the open gym and locker facilities.
Overland Park, KS 66213
Tomahawk Ridge Community Center is open with temporary operating hours.
Beginning October 1, operating hours will expand:
Members and guests will be required to sign an additional waiver to use the facility.
Members and guests must wear masks or face coverings while entering, walking around and exiting the facilities. Masks may be removed once you arrive at your activity.
Please be aware of the following operational changes:
To keep members and guests safe and healthy, we:
Learn more about all City services impacted by coronavirus.
In 1988, the facility that is now Tomahawk Ridge Community Center opened, with Blue Valley School District‘s Tomahawk Ridge Elementary School in the same building.
The City and the school district developed a concept for a combined community center and school after recognizing the need for an elementary school in the area.
In 2003, Tomahawk Ridge Elementary School closed, and the city took over the full building, moving a portion of Overland Park Police Department operations into the building.
The City renovated the community center space in 2007 and re-opened the expanded community center in January 2008.