The Neighborhoods and Housing Services Department is able to provide maps and property listings to registered neighborhood groups to assist with their activities and organizing efforts. There is no charge for these maps, but there are restrictions on what can be provided. For more details, please contact the Neighborhood Services Division at 816-513-3200.
For more complex maps or if you are not with a neighborhood group, please contact the GIS Division of the Information Technology office for a price quote and work estimate. For informal mapping needs, please visit the City's online mapping server.
Neighborhood maps can contain:
- the neighborhood outline and name, as well as that of contiguous neighborhoods, if desired;
- street centerlines and labels;
- parcel outlines and addresses (may not be available at all sizes);
- building outlines (may not be reflect recent construction or demolition);
- City Council districts, zoning boundaries, ZIP Codes, and other geographical demarcations.
Neighborhood maps may not generally contain aerial photos, water department data, or complicated analysis layers.
Please allow for one or two weeks for printing. Groups are restricted to no more than one large-format (approximately 36"x60") map per 12 month period. Smaller maps or digital-only maps in PDF format. are also available as time and funding allows.
The city can also provide listings of the parcels within a neighborhood, showing both the property address and the owner address of record (per county land information). These listings are generally provided electronically in Microsoft Excel format (.XLSX or .XLS; please specify if you need a different format), or can be printed for those without access to the required software. A new listing can generally be provided every six months, as that coincides with when the City updates county land information into its systems.