Final Municipal Farm Sustainable Reuse Plan

Final Municipal Farm Sustainable Reuse Plan

The final Municipal Farm Sustainable Reuse Plan is now available. Please read the document through the embedded reader below. Open publication – Free publishing – More bnim
Community Meeting #2 Presentation

Community Meeting #2 Presentation

The planning team gave the following presentation at the second Municipal Farm community meeting. It includes the vision for the Municipal Farm site that was drafted from public comments, the land use systems that could evolve on the site, and scenario sketch showing a potential configuration of land uses on...
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Open House - Monday May 7th

Open House – Monday May 7th

  You’re invited the Municipal Farm Sustainable Reuse Plan open house. When: Monday, May 7th 5:30-7:30pm Presentation at 6:00 Where: Corinthian Baptist Church 6841 Sni A Bar Road Kansas City, MO 64129  
Eastwood Hills Neighborhood Plan (2005)

Eastwood Hills Neighborhood Plan (2005)

Download the Eastwood Hills Neighborhood Plan (see pages 5 and 6 in plan images summary for neighborhood map and regional context)  Neighborhood Vision: Eastwood Hills is… A distinctive place where everyone knows your name A naturally beautiful place that is safe and litter-free A stable place that is noted for its attractive, well-maintained homes and businesses...
Round Grove Creek Stream Asset Inventory (2003)

Round Grove Creek Stream Asset Inventory (2003)

Download the Round Grove Creek Stream Asset Inventory Study context: The Round Grove Creek stream asset inventory was completed as a part of the larger Line Creek inventory within the Kansas City Stadium/Park East Planning Area. The inventory was a strategy to better understand, protect and incorporate Kansas City’s natural resources into development and stormwater...
Eastgate Land Use and Development Summary (2001)

Eastgate Land Use and Development Summary (2001)

Download the Eastgate Land Use and Development Summary Plan Purpose: To guide future investment by individuals, businesses and public agencies to create a strong, cohesive identity for the district as an east-west corridor and key gateway to Kansas City, Missouri. Eastgate’s significance as a gateway is apparent through landmarks and influences as diverse as the...
Public Meeting: October 25th

Public Meeting: October 25th

  Please join us for the second public meeting to refine the vision and potential land use scenarios for the Municipal Farm property.  The meeting will take place Tuesday, October 25 at The Eastwood Hills Community Center (7400 Ozark Road).  
Presentation from Sept 27th Community Meeting

Presentation from Sept 27th Community Meeting

The following slideshow was presented at the September 27th community meeting. It outlines the objectives of the project and some of the major opportunities.
Community workshop to guide future of Municipal Farm property

Community workshop to guide future of Municipal Farm property

Citizens are invited to participate in a community workshop to gather public input on the future of the Municipal Farm property, a 327-acre area generally located on both sides of Interstate 435 (east and west) and south of Raytown Road and the Blue River (see map below).  The property occupies approximately 30 percent of the...
Site Tour

Site Tour

  The Municipal Farm site is a large area with a variety of conditions.  Some of the site is suitable for development, whereas other parts of the site are in the flood plain.  There are brownfield areas on the site (areas that have been polluted in the past and require some form of environmental remediation).  The...
Municipal Farm History

Municipal Farm History

  The Municipal Farm site was home to many uses in the past.  Several correction facilities were located on the site, and it was home to the old municipal farm, where inmates grew crops for the city.  It was also home to a city tuberculosis hospital and Potter’s fields - cemeteries for the poor, prisoners, and victims of tuberculosis....