Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and responsible distancing practices, this newsletter is being distributed to residents of Coleman Highlands via email instead of the regular printed copy. This is not a permanent change. The Coleman Highlands Neighborhood Association Board will continue to monitor recommendations by the CDC and Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas in deciding when to resume door-to-door distribution of a printed newsletter. We welcome feedback about your preferences regarding electronic versus printed copy, but we are always going to put the safety and wellbeing of our neighbors first. If you have a neighbor that does not have email or isn’t on the resident email list, please print a copy for them or let the Board know so we can get them a copy (using safe practices, of course).

We’ll start gathering for the parade at 10:30AM at the North end of Coleman Road.  Come decked out in your best red, white & blues and march, ride, run, trot, or crawl through the neighborhood celebrating the 241st birthday of our nation! The neighborhood is supplying grilled goodies, water & lemonade, so please bring a […]

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Happy 4th of July!  Our traditional neighborhood parade will start at 10:30AM at 32nd and Coleman Rd.  The Parade will travel down Coleman, around the horseshoe and end with the picnic at 11AM on the West end of 33rd Terrace. There will be inflatables for the kids and prizes for the most patriotically decorated!!! The Neighborhood […]

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The 2016 Calendar of Events and responsible parties have been set. Dumpster Days 5/7 & 10/22 [Gina Rizzo] Garage Sale 5/14 [Anna Diven] July 4th picnic – on a Monday [Gina Rizzo] Annual picnic 9/17 [Nicki Salido] MOVED TO 9/24 Annual Meeting target October [Ryan Lee] Luminaries 12/24 [George Baggett to train a replacement this […]

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by Brian McMillan As many of you are aware, the Coleman Highlands subdivision is classified as a Historic District. This classification was obtained by the neighborhood in 1996. The purpose of a Historic District classification is to preserve the visual, architectural and structural integrity of our neighborhood. The reason Coleman Highlands has the ambiance that […]

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