January 23, 2018

Welcome to the new HydeParkKC.org!

Today marks the official launch of the Hyde Park Neighborhood Association’s NEW website! When our website was first built in the early 2000s, it was a great tool for its time – loaded with information, much of which you can expect to be posted here in our “History” category (you’ll have to come back to read it!) However as the years have gone by, times have changed and we desperately needed an updated website that would be beautiful, easily navigable, and quickly updated by Board members.

Enter the Hyde Park Communications Committee, comprised of Board members Lydia DeMonte, Troy Batson, Chad Moore, and Clara Keller, as well as neighbors Stephanie Smith and Anthony Carver. Together we determined what exactly Hyde Park needed in a website, and put out an RFP. Ultimately we chose neighbors Dave Kimmis and Tom Free to design and build this beautiful website which you are looking at today!

Please take your time looking through our website, and check back with our blog often for updates. There are still updates to be made, and we are looking for additions to our Communications Committee to keep the website current and contribute content. If you are interested in joining the committee, please contact Lydia DeMonte at correspondingsecretary@hydeparkkc.org.


Thanks and I look forward to sharing our neighborhood with you!


Lydia DeMonte
Corresponding Secretary and Communications Committee Chair
Hyde Park Neighborhood Association

December 18, 2017

Santa’s Wonderland

Families Enjoyed a Visit from Santa and Friends

Thank you to KC Parks, Jude Enterprises, Starlight Theater STARS of Tomorrow, Pilgrim Chapel, and everyone else who helped out with this fun-filled family event.

December 13, 2017

Holiday Treat Trays

Help Assemble Saturday, December 16

Hyde Park has a tradition of preparing holiday treat trays for the KCPD officers at Central Patrol who patrol our neighborhood.

We will be assembling treat trays on Saturday, December 16 from 12-2 pm at 3828 Harrison Boulevard.

Please join us for some holiday merriment with neighbors as we put together the trays. Plan to bring two dozen treats to contribute. If you can’t make it that afternoon, but would like to drop off goods for the treat trays, you can drop them by 3828 Harrison Boulevard earlier that day.

Questions? Contact Derek Moore at 1stvp@hydeparkkc.org