KCMO residents have two more chances to help formulate the City’s Five Year Housing Policy during the last of six citywide planning meetings.
The last two meetings are scheduled for Monday, June 4 at the Westport/Roanoke Community Center, 3601 Roanoke Rd. and Monday, June 18 at the Second Presbyterian Church, 318 East 55th St. The meetings begin at 6 p.m. Four other meetings have already been held in south Kansas City, southeast Kansas City, the Historic Northeast and north of the river.
“We have received excellent citizen input during our initial meetings,” said John A. Wood, assistant city manager and director of the city’s Neighborhoods and Housing Services Department (NHSD). “A variety of topics, including the need for more affordable housing, have been discussed.”
Read more about the March 26 meeting in the northland and see what was discussed at the April 10 KCMO Housing Policy Public Meeting in south Kansas City Want your voice heard, but can’t attend the meetings? Send your comments and suggestions to city and community leaders.