Calendar of Events

City Trash Amnesty Day

This day is one of two days per year where the city allows up to 12 bags of trash to be set at the curb for regular pickup. Please do not set out bulky items or yard waste for this pickup. This is for regular trash only.

Independence Day Parade & Picnic

Details TBA

Fall Dumpster Day

From 8 AM – Noon, Saturday October 22nd, six dumpsters will be available to neighborhood residents.  Three will be designated for trash and three designated for yard waste. LOCATION All dumpsters will be located at 32nd Terrace and West Coleman Road. PROHIBITED ITEMS Tires Household Hazardous Waste (paint, oil, chemicals, pesticides) Water Heaters Flourescent Lights […]

July Neighborhood Association Meeting

Monthly Neighborhood Association Meetings are currently being held via Google Meet. Join via computer: meet.google.com/hkx-svjs-cbi Join via phone: +1 573-667-3109 (PIN: 131833538)

Featured Photos

Photos from past events, local wildlife, and other interesting things in and around our neighborhood.

Neighborhood News

Spring Fever: What You Need to Know Before Starting Exterior Home Projects

by Stacey Kenyon Do you have a case of spring fever? Do you have a home improvement “to do” list started? Is a call to City Hall on that list? Coleman Highlands has been a KCMO designated Historic District since 1996. This honors the history and architecture of our neighborhood and supports its preservation. As […]

The Allens in Wonderland

by Bill  & Mary Ann Allen We feel that there is no place in the universe that can compare with Coleman Highlands!  It has the most thoughtful neighbors one could dream or hope for. The families in CH are genuinely courteous, kind, and cheerful. Starting with the grandparents down through grandchildren. Most everyone knows that […]

Luminarias Bring out Highlanders, Angels, and Santa

In spite of pandemic limitations, Coleman Highlands finished 2020 on a high note with our traditional luminarias event. This year all materials were sourced from Kansas City merchants, namely Index Restaurant Supply (paper bags), Sturgis Materials (sand), and Creative Candles (votives). Neighborhood angels stepped up to fold 1,700 bags that were used in our endeavor—their [...]