Kansas City’s Indian Mound neighborhood is located in the Historic Northeast. We’re home to three parks, five schools, a diverse community, and varied architecture. Our neighborhood is named after Indian Mound, located at the corner of Gladstone Boulevard and Belmont Boulevard.
Indian Mound is bound on the North by Gladstone Boulevard and Cliff Drive, on the South by Independence Avenue/24 Highway, on the West by Jackson Avenue and on the East by Belmont Boulevard.
The Indian Mound Neighborhood Association meets at 6:30 p.m. on the third Monday of every month at the North-East branch of the Kansas City Public Library, 6000 Wilson Ave, Kansas City, MO 64123. Occasionally we meet elsewhere, so please check the calendar or Facebook page to confirm the location.
Board of Directors as of July 2018: Bryan Stalder (President), Manny Abarca IV (Executive Vice President), Donna Miller-Brown (Treasurer), andBeth Beavers (Secretary).
Contact us by mail at P.O. Box 6660, Kansas City, MO 64123, or at President.firstname.lastname@example.org.
All photos on this website are courtesy of David Remley, www.davidremley.com