Livability - Discussion Forums

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To the right, you can find a summary document of your input so far on issues related to how livable Kansas City is.

Below are discussion forums on livability topics that you have provided input on so far. This page will be updated as needed throughout the comprehensive plan update process.

To the right, you can find a summary document of your input so far on issues related to how livable Kansas City is.

Below are discussion forums on livability topics that you have provided input on so far. This page will be updated as needed throughout the comprehensive plan update process.

Your Livability Stories

How livable a city is depends on the character of the city, the aesthetics, how walkable it is, how conducive it is to its residents leading a happy and heathy life. How livable do you think Kansas City is? How livable is your neighborhood? Please share with us so we can broaden our collective understanding and find solutions that work.

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    Accessible Kansas City

    by jmcclelland1994, about 1 year ago
    In my experience certain areas of Kansas City are more user friendly than others. Westport and Rivermarket are excellent areas for pedestrians who can go out to restaurants and bars, enjoy well kept public parks, and get basic necessities while making the car an optional choice of transportation. This is in stark contrast to many other areas of the city where it is essential to use a car. These places are less desirable to go by any other means because the buses are not frequent enough, the sidewalks are not user friendly enough, and often the vast amounts of parking... Continue reading