WELCOME TO WALDO
The Waldo Tower Neighborhood Association (WTNA) would like to welcome our new neighbors with a goodie bag full of coupons, freebies, and useful information about local businesses and resources.
No matter if you own or rent, if you are new to the neighborhood or you want to welcome a new neighbor who moved in nearby, let us know and we’ll take them a new neighbor welcome bag!
It’s one of the many great ways that the WTNA seeks to bring our neighbors together!
To request a Welcome Bag please email email@example.com
or call 816-559-7012.
Please include your name and the address of the residence to deliver the welcome bag.
Requests are filled by volunteers, usually within a week of receiving.
You can also request a Welcome Bag with this form:
Find out where you fit in on all of the different election maps from state to county to city levels with this important resource.
Waldo is located within the Kansas City Public Schools Boundaries which includes public schools as well as a wide variety of charter schools. Click here to learn more.
This is where we hold our general meetings but this library has many resources and great programs for kids of all ages. Click the link to learn more.
Walking trails, two baseball diamonds, a small shelter (no reservation required) and large shelter with BBQ grills and power (must reserve through Parks and Rec). Click the link to learn more.
This park is located at 82nd and Oak and has a large jungle gym for smaller children, walking trails and a baseball diamond. Click the link for more info.
Waldo is home to the Trolley Track Trail which runs from 85th street all the way to the Plaza. We also have a few safe bike routes. Click the link for more details.
Waldo Kansas City is home to a number of unique, locally-owned, small businesses that provide a wide variety of services. We have a large number of restaurants, all within walking distance. Click the Link to learn more.
Waldo is a walkable, bikeable neighborhood with many access points to the public transportation lines that carry you throughout Kansas City and into Johnson County. Click the link to learn more.