Conservation Program

Overland Park's Neighborhood Conservation Program (NCP) was initiated in 1991 to help sustain aging neighborhoods in the northern part of the city that do not have homes associations.

Many single family residential homes in this part of the city were built in the 1940s to 1960s and are now showing signs of age in infrastructure and property maintenance conditions.

The NCP helps preserve and enhance these neighborhoods by:

  • Promoting community building by supporting neighborhood groups and homes associations;
  • Providing a forum for communication between neighbors, residents and City Hall;
  • Developing community leadership; and
  • Engaging the City's residents in their local government.

If you live in one of the participating areas and would like to take a more active role, call Rosalind Finch 913-895-6346 or email roz.johnsonfinch@opkansas.org.

Participating Neighborhoods
Arrowhead Trails Bel-Air Heights HOA Cherokee Hills
College Park Estates I College Park Estates II HOA Crestview
Cunningham Heights Deer Creek Reserve HOA Downtown East
Friends and Neighbors Glenwood Estates Grantioch
Hanover Heritage Hills Highcroft HOA
Historic Overland Park Holly Ridge HOA Indian Creek Estates HOA
Kenilworth HOA Kimberly Down Library District
Metcalf 56 HOA Milburn Fields HOA Milburn Neighborhood Group
Moody Hills North Park Oak Park HOA
Pinewood HOA Ranchview Gardens Rolling Woods HOA
Santa Fe Hills South Lake Strang Line
Sylvan Grove Trailwood South Wellington West
Woodstock Park Wycliff HOA Wynnewood HOA
Young's Park