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When the flames go creeping;When the smoke plume is leaping;We’ll play like we’re sleepingWhile the world’s on fire. While the skies they’re
On Tuesday, March 1st, the Center for Neighborhoods hosted a Night at the Museum in cooperation with our partners at the Kansas City Museum. The
We’re kicking off our annual workshop series on Saturday, February 12, 2022 with a conversation on KC Blueprint, a project from the Kansas City
On Saturday September 18th, the Center for Neighborhoods hosted conservation expert, Alecia Kates, in the first of a FREE, two-part online workshop.
Here’s What Nonprofit And City Leaders Have To Say… Wielding a power drill in one hand, code enforcement officer DeJuan Carpenter said 2404
4/03 | KC North’s Drive Thru Egg-stravaganza Saturday, April 3, 2021 10 a.m. – Noon Kansas City North Community Center, 3930 NE Antioch
Administered by the Community Capital Fund (CCF), the Neighborhoods Rising Fund (NRF) is a funding collaborative that provides grants for
EPA Announces Availability of Up to $6 Million in Annual Environmental Justice Grants/ La EPA anuncia la disponibilidad hasta de $6 millones en
Brian Platt, Kansas City’s new City Manager, will be the featured speaker and will answer audience questions at the South Kansas City
Kansas City, MO Covid-19 cases are up 8.09% after the first two weeks of September. The Positivity Rate in Kansas City, MO from Aug.23 – Sept.
Center for Neighborhoods was referenced in the Urban Land Institute’s Advisory Series Panel Report, December 1-6, 2019. A 58-page report
Every year, the City conducts PIAC (Public Infrastructure Advisory Committee) hearings to solicit resident input and make recommendations
All corporations doing business in this state must file an annual registration report. This one page report contains a minimal amount of information,