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Annual Capital Improvements

Project - Coffee Creek Streamway Trail

Heritage Park is one of the most popular parks throughout the JCPRD park system, JCPRD is proud to announce that the new Coffee Creek Streamway Trail will extend 3.4 miles from an access point near Shelters 9 and 10 in Heritage Park east to Switzer Road. Like JCPRD's other trails, the paved trail was designed for pedestrians and bikes only. Motorized vehicles are prohibited.

The Coffee Creek Streamway Trail opened October 2017.


  • 3.4 Miles of trails
  • Paved trail for pedestrians and bikes
  • Four bridges

    Future Implementation:
    Design work for the future access point began earlier this year and is expected to be complete by the end of 2017. It is expected that the future access point will not
    only serve the streamway park, but will be a neighborhood park as well.

    No funding or timeframe has been set for the trail's next phase, which is expected to take the trail roughly 1.5 miles southeast to where Coffee Creek converges with the Blue River, just west of 69 Highway and northeast of the Overland Park Arboretum. Other agencies, including the city of Overland Park, are planning trails along the Blue River.

    Initial Phase Imagery

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    JCPRD Meadowbrook Park Rendering

    JCPRD Meadowbrook Park Building

    JCPRD Meadowbrook Park Building

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