With 65 years in business, Muehlebach Funeral Care is clearly doing something right! The legacy began in 1954 and continues today. When James “Bud” Harrington opened the doors at 6800 Troost Avenue in 1965, Muehlebach was one of very few businesses in the Southtown area. Over 65 years the area has grown, declined and grown again – and the doors of Muehlebach Funeral Home are still open to serve Kansas City. Click below to learn more about their history (did you know they helped form the Southtown Council), award winning service, how they take the stress out of planning ahead, and how they give back to the Southtown Community.
The City of Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department commissioned a Meyer Boulevard study to evaluate ways to calm traffic along the Meyer corridor, improve safety for all users, add needed on-street parking and improve other area connections like the Trolley Trail. Concept plans developed by the project consulting team were presented at a public meeting June 20, 2019. Attendees shared opinions about the concept before the team finalizes the concept. A summary of exhibits from the meeting is provided, and additional comments are welcome through Friday, July 26, 2019. Click below for more.
If life brings you lemons, you make lemonade, right? So if life brings you hail during your coffee do you make iced coffee? Sure, but since so few could make the June Morning Grind because of the thunderstorms, we're calling a do over. Thanks to the officers at KCPD's Metro Patrol Station for shelter during the storm, being great sports and hosting the redo Friday, July 19th from 8-9 am.
The City of Kansas City is hosting a public meeting for the Meyer Boulevard Improvement Project: Ward Parkway to Troost. The purpose of this project is to improve safety along Meyer Boulevard while providing curbside parking and accommodating not only vehicles, but also bicycles and pedestrians. The project will also explore parking alternatives to Brookside Boulevard (Meyer to 63rd St). Share you thoughts and opinions Thursday June 20th at 6 pm.
Join us Friday, June 21st from 8-9 am for coffee and conversation at our June Morning Grind. We're hosted by the fine men and women of the KCPD's Metro Patrol Station. Stop by to catch up with friends, and enjoy coffee with our favorite Kansas City cops.
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) has initiated one of the largest system redesigns in agency history - RideKC Next. The RideKC Next project is a review and redesign of current transit service focused on Kansas City, Mo. (KCMO). The goal is to make sure updates to the transit network reflects the needs, priorities and values of people in KCMO communities. KCATA wants to hear from you! Help shape future decisions by sharing your your thoughts and opinions about transit in KC.