Design services and donation provided by neighbors Matthew and Jesse Hufft. SWT Design's Lance Klein has provided many services to the park.
The Starbucks at 41st & Main has been a friend.Whole Foods provides Roanoke Park’s favorite lunches.
Thanks to Strasser Hardware for helping to make it easier to get tools for the Ronaoke Park project. Roanoke Park’s pal in the reclamation project.
Room 39 is the official dessert provider for Roanoke Park.
Pete Browne and Kissick Construction have helped in too many ways to number.
Thanks to all of the following who are contributing time and money so that all of us around Roanoke Park have more good green space to complement our urban lifestyles.
There were 33 people on site at the peak time of the past two weekends.
Five of the hardiest of workers each weekend were the crack crew of workers from Lawrence who came to us through donations. On July 10, the crew first came courtesy of an anonymous donor… They so impressed Randell Moore and Dr. Andrew Park with the amount of work they achieved that Andrew and Randy stepped up and underwrote this same team for the following Saturday, July 17th! Miles Krivena, John Frick and Dave Foster provided transport for the Lawrence crew and fed us all both Saturdays. (See photos.)
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Enjoy the park, and stay safe. While Kansas City's mask mandate has been lifted, our area's vaccination rate and the emergence of new variants calls for maintaining caution to reduce transmission. Please enjoy the park responsibly by spreading out. The Westport-Roanoke Community Center is open again with normal hours after its recent construction closure. Please click their link above and call for the latest info. Here are the latest KCMO COVID-19 updates from the city. To avoid damaging trails, check Trail Status before biking or hiking off road. ("Rozarks" = Roanoke Park's 2.5 miles plus Rosedale's 3.5 miles.)