Neighborhood Leader Resources

Overland Park wants involvement in Neighborhood Conservation Program and Neighborhood Executive Committee to be easy for resident leaders.
Use the links below to access many of the annual documents needed for NCP and NEC involvement. The information provided will help neighborhood leaders make the most of their NCP and NEC involvement.

Neighborhood Conservation Program Grants

Facility Rentals

Active neighborhood conservation program groups can reserve city parks and city or school district buildings for meeting use.

Fill out the online form to request a meeting space.

Neighborhood Executive Committee

The Neighborhood Executive Committee develops and monitors the progress of the Neighborhood Conservation Program, including considering new areas to be organized and playing a vital role in public input and involvement in city activities, programs and policies that affect neighborhoods.

Chairpersons and co-chairpersons of each organized neighborhood groupcity council members, and a planning commissioner serve on the committee.

Upcoming NEC meetings include:

    The documents below are for our NEC neighborhood leaders who need to request a flyer or postcard mailing, view NCP benefits, apply for NEC membership, and more.

    Block Parties

    Neighborhoods are much stronger when they come together. Even if it's just a few neighbors bringing a chair and a dish to share, a block party is a way to transform a neighborhood into a community.

    If you want to have your party in the street, you'll need to get a block party permit to block off the road safely. Electrical permits and special event permits may be required as well. Apply for these permits online using ePLACE.

    Use the NCP Lawn Game Request Form to borrow entertainment from the City for your event.

    Or, request a visit from the Overland Park Fire Department.


    Contact Neighborhood Programs Coordinator Roz Finch at 913-895-6346 for more information.

    Neighborhood leaders can keep up-to-date with the latest events and meetings by following Neighborhood Programs on Facebook.