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Welcome to Roeland Park! Our small community is filled with opportunities for recreation, education, and commerce. We are a gateway to Johnson County and a gateway to the future. Many improvements and developments will be happening in the next few years that will make an even greater quality of life. As your city government, you have our pledge to provide you with first rate services.
Our city is just minutes away from the Plaza, Power and Light District and Crown Center. More than 6,000 people call Roealnd Park home. Whether you are looking for your first home or a retirement setting, Roeland Park is for you.
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Each month the City Art Commissioner invites artists to display their work at City Hall including paintings, water colors, charcoals, acrylics, sculptures and ceramics for the community to enjoy or purchase.
The Roeland Park Aquatic Center (RPAC), located just east of the Roeland Park Community Center.
Cedar Roe Library
Ceder Roe Library holds events, has meeting spaces, and modern computer equipment and printing.
In cooperation with the City of Roeland Park, JCPRD staff at the Roeland Park Community Center Campus are dedicated to making this the place where you come for fun! Call, email or stop by with questions, comments, ideas or just to say "Hi!"
Access calendars to view upcoming events.
Read current news and announcements.
Interact with the government by suggesting initiatives, posting ideas, and sharing in conversations around community proposals.
Find quick facts and more detailed demographic information about Roeland Park, Kansas.
Parks & Facilities
Check out area parks, facilities, and a list of their amenities.
Find various maps from the City of Roeland Park.
Explore our city parks and facilities.
Roeland Park Community Foundation
The Roeland Park Community Foundation allows the City to accept funds from individual donors or businesses who are interested in contributing tax-deductible donations to the City. The City can use these funds for non-operational uses, such as community events, public art and City park amenities.