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.

Since then, individual residents have organized into groups under the NCP as a means to connect with neighbors and local government leaders to form partnerships that enrich and sustain the livability of Overland Park.

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
  • Advocating for the needs of neighborhood organizations.

NCP Participating Neighborhoods

  • Amber Meadows HOA
  • Bel-Air Heights HOA
  • Cherokee Hills
  • College Park Estates I
  • College Park Estates II
  • 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 Park Estates HOA
  • Kimberly Downs
  • Library District
  • Metcalf 56 HOA
  • Milburn Fiels 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

Neighborhood Executive Committee

From the NCP, City Council created the Neighborhood Executive Committee. At NEC meetings, neighborhood group leaders come together to discuss various to gather information and collaborate with other groups. Homeowners associations are welcome to participate in the NEC.

Additional resources for NEC leaders are available online.

If your neighborhood or HOA would like to take a more active role in the NEC, contact Rosalind Finch at 913-895-6346.