Overland Park

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Welcome to Overland Park

Overland Park has roots backs to 1905 when the community was founded by William Strang Jr.  He had envisioned a well planned community that had strong commerce, quality education, great neighborhoods & more. Overland Park incorporated back in 1960 with a population around 28,000. The city has grown to over 190,000. It is the second-most populated city in the state of Kansas and contains a third of the population of Johnson County.
Overland Park is a unique blend of metropolitan amenities and suburban hospitality packaged in a fresh, contemporary setting. It’s known for its progressive city government, active arts commission, excellent schools, great shopping and area parks. Overland Park has won many national rankings among the 20 best places to live and work in the country!

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Things to Do

Whether you're looking for seasonal events, fresh local markets, or unique and historic museums, Overland Park is always buzzing with things to do. Located less than 15 minutes from Kansas City, Overland Park offers an abundance of attractions including hundreds of restaurants, great shopping, more than 80 public parks, an incredible convention center, a state of the art soccer complex, and so much more.

Make sure you check the community calendar to stay up-to-date on all of the latest happenings in the community!

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Parks & Recreation

The Overland Park area is teeming with a variety of activities. For outdoor activities in the middle of the city, head to Roe Park for swimming pools, athletic fields, and hiking and biking trails. If you're looking for a more expansive green space, the Shawnee Mission Park has 1,600 acres of space for activities like hiking, kayaking, fishing, and more. 

Overland Park is also well-known for the abundance of water parks in the area, so check out the water slides and aquatic playgrounds at parks like Black Bob Bay, Bay Water Park, and Splash Cove. 

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Public Education

Overland Park homes sit in two top-notch school districts:the Blue Valley district and the Shawnee Missions district. Both districts serve thousands of students and offer thriving athletic, artistic, and academic programs. In addition to these two public districts, the area also offers several private and Catholic school options. 


Local Amenities

Oak Park Mall, an indoor mall, offers many great stores like Nordstroms, Macy's, Dillards, Barnes & Noble, and many others. In addition to the multiple shopping centers filled with specialty boutiques and chain retailers, Overland Park also boasts a buzzing downtown district. It has a lively farmers market and abundant of businesses which include coffee shops, restaurants, bird feed stores & many others!

The main areas where restaurants are located are Oak Park Mall, 95th Street and Metcalf, 119th Street and Metcalf, 135 St, & 69 Hwy. Explore the a great selection of places and pricing, with offerings from local flair to nationwide chains!

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The unemployment rate in Overland Park is almost a full percentage point below the national average, so the job market is buzzing! The largest employers in the area include Sprint, the public school districts, Black & Veatch, and the Johnson County Community College. 

Other major career fields include pharmaceuticals, finances, government work, and healthcare. 

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Overland Park at a Glance

Travel & Commute

Kansas City: 12.7 mi
Shawnee: 5.7 mi
Kansas City International Airport: 28.2 mi
Major Roads: I-70, I-35, I-435

Quick Facts

Population: 191,278
Zip Codes: 66013, 66085, 66203, 66283
County: Johnson
Mean Home Price: $306,400

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She took the time to educate me on the positives and negatives of homes in different areas when buying a home in Overland Park. Despite doing my own research, she pointed out important aspects of homes and neighborhoods that I wouldn't have noticed on my own. That's invaluable! From the inital meeting and continuing through negotiatings, inspections, and closing, Cindy's assistance was teriffic! I would definitely recommend Cindy to anyone looking to buy a home in Overland Park/Johnson County area. Thanks for making my new home purchase stress free and such an easy process!!

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