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Areas Serviced

Missouri Cities Serviced
Belton, MO
Blue Springs, MO
Buckner, MO
Excelsior Springs, MO
Gladstone, MO
Grain Valley, MO
Grandview, MO
Greenwood, MO
Independence, MO
Kansas City, MO
Kearney, MO
Lake Lotawana, MO
Lee's Summit, MO
Liberty, MO
Lone Jack, MO
North Kansas City, MO
Oak Grove, MO
Parkville, MO
Platte City, MO
Pleasant Hill, MO
Raymore, MO
Raytown, MO
Riverside, MO
Smithville, MO
Sugar Creek, MO

Kansas Cities/Areas Serviced
Argentine
Armourdale
Armstrong
Baldwin City, KS
Basehor, KS
Bonner Springs, KS
De Soto, KS
Edwardsville, KS
Edora, KS
Gardner, KS
Kansas City, KS
Lake Quivira, KS
Lansing, KS
Lawrence, KS
Leavenworth, KS
Leawood, KS
Lenexa, KS
Louisburg, KS
Martin City, KS
Merriam, KS
Mission Hills, KS
Morris
Olathe, KS
Overland Park, KS
Paola, KS
Piper
Prairie Village, KS
Rosedale
Shawnee Mission, KS
Shawnee, KS
Stilwell, KS
Turner
Tonganoxie, KS
Topeka, KS
Wyandotte
Welborn


Counties Serviced
Bates County Missouri
Caldwell County Missouri
Cass County Missouri
Clay County Missouri
Clinton County Missouri
Franklin County Kansas
Jackson County Missouri
Johnson County Kansas
Lafayette County Missouri
Leavenworth County Kansas
Linn County Kansas
Miami County Kansas
Platte County Missouri
Ray County Missouri
Wyandotte County Kansas

Kansas City Metro Areas Serviced
Downtown
Downtown is the historic center of Kansas City, located entirely within Kansas City, Missouri, and containing the original town site, business districts and residential neighborhoods of the city. Downtown is bounded by the Missouri River on the north, the state line on the west, 31st Street on the south and the Blue River on the east. Downtown includes the central business district and its buildings which form the city's skyline. The downtown loop is formed by Interstates 670, 70, and 35. Within the downtown loop are many of the tall buildings and skyscrapers forming the city's skyline. Also within the downtown loop are small, distinct neighborhoods such as Quality Hill, the Garment District, the Financial District, the Convention Center District, and the Power and Light District.

Other neighborhoods within Downtown are the River Market and Columbus Park, both located between the downtown loop and the Missouri River. Between the downtown loop and the state line are Westside neighborhood and the West Bottoms, located at the bottom of the bluff adjacent to Kaw Point. East of the loop are the 18th & Vine District, the North Bottoms, East Bottoms, Northeast, and Pendleton Heights. South of the loop is the Crossroads District, Union Hill, Crown Center, Hospital Hill, Longfellow, Wendell Phillips, and Washington Wheatley.

The Kansas City Convention Center, Municipal Auditorium, City Hall, Lyric Theater, Midland Theatre, Ilus Davis Park, and Barney Allis Plaza are located within the central business district inside the downtown loop. The Sprint Center and the College Basketball Experience are located within Power & Light District, also within the downtown loop. The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is perched upon a high point immediately south of the downtown loop. South of the loop is the Crossroads District, Union Station, Crown Center, the National World War I Museum, Liberty Memorial, Penn Valley Park, Truman Medical Center, Children's Mercy Hospital, and the 18th & Vine District. North of the loop are City Market within the River Market and Richard L. Berkeley Riverfront Park. West of the loop within the West Bottoms are Kemper Arena and Hale Arena.

Midtown
This area is located just south of downtown Kansas City, Missouri, bounded by 31st Street on the north, the state line on the west, W. Gregory Boulevard (= 71st St.) on the south, and Troost Avenue on the east. Midtown is contained entirely within Kansas City, Missouri, and is largely considered to be the core of the metro area, as it contains numerous cultural attractions, shopping and entertainment areas, large hospitals, universities, and the metro area's most densely populated neighborhoods.

Midtown consists of numerous distinct and/or historic neighborhoods such as Westport, Volker, Ivanhoe, the Country Club Plaza, the Country Club District, Hyde Park, Squier Park, Ward Parkway, Armour Hills, Brookside, Waldo, West Plaza, South Plaza, Southmoreland, Valentine, Hanover Place, Coleman Highlands, and Rockhill.

Midtown is home to a majority of the metro area's regional entertainment, shopping, medical, and cultural attractions. Entertainment attractions are found throughout and include the 39th Street corridor, Westport, the Country Club Plaza, Brookside, and Waldo. Shopping is centered on the Country Club Plaza, which contains numerous luxury retailers, hotels, and restaurants. Brookside and Westport also contain smaller-scale, neighborhood-oriented, and niche-market retailers. Midtown is home to Saint Luke's Hospital and Research Medical Center. Cultural attractions include the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Rockhurst University, Kansas City Art Institute, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Anita B. Gorman Conservation Discovery Center, Stowers Institute for Medical Research, Midwest Research Institute, Penn Valley Community College, the Tivoli Theater, Uptown Theater, Madrid Theater, Unicorn Theater, Starlight Theater, the Kansas City Zoo, Loose Park, and Swope Park.

South Side of the Metro or "South KC"
Also known as "South Kansas City," this area consists of the southern half of Kansas City, Missouri, as well as the suburbs of Grandview, Harrisonville, Belton, and Raymore. It is sometimes called "the southland."

The Northland
The Northland is the area north of the Missouri River, bordered by Kansas on the west and Missouri Highway 291 on the east. All of Platte County and much of Clay County make up the area. The economy of the Northland is dominated by Kansas City International Airport, the Zona Rosa shopping community, and three riverboat casinos. Communities of the Northland outside of the city limits include Liberty, Platte City, Gladstone and North Kansas City.

East Side of the Metro or "Eastern Jackson County"
Eastern Jackson County is an area of the Kansas City Metro that contains the far-eastern urban side of Kansas City, Missouri, as well as the following Missouri suburbs of Independence, Blue Springs, Raytown, Lees Summit, Grain Valley, Oak Grove, Sugar Creek, Lake Lotawana, Greenwood, Buckner, Pleasant Hill, and Lone Jack

Area Colleges
Colleges and Universities are as follows: the Metropolitan Community College system and Graceland University, Independence campus. The main campus is in Lamoni, Iowa. It is called Kansas City Kansas Community College, The Summit Technology Center, which is a branch campus of the University of Central Missouri and a branch of Baker University, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Avila, Rockhurst University, and the Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI).