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The Land Bank of Kansas City, Missouri demonstrates its dedication to the betterment of our communities by providing opportunities for economic development and neighborhood revitalization.
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Although legislation pertaining to the establishment of a land bank was voted down twice by the Missouri General Assembly (2010 and 2011), stakeholders were not deterred. With assistance from the Center for Community Progress*, new legislation was drafted and then adopted in 2012. Shortly thereafter, the Land Bank of Kansas City, Missouri was established.
Using the successful models of land banks in Genesee County, Michigan and Cuyahoga County, Ohio, the commissioners and staff of the Land Bank of Kansas City, Missouri have implemented a system that returns vacant properties to productive use, places them back on the tax rolls, and contributes to the improvement of the community.
* A national organization dedicated to helping cities, towns, states and regions across the United States reintegrate vacant, abandoned and blighted properties into the economic and civic life of their communities.

Julie Anderson

Mishelle Martinez

Ulysses ‘Deke’ Clayborn

staff LAND BANK

Tracey Bryant

Marquetta Broome-Walker

DeJuan Carpenter

Executive Director (816) 513 - 9049 tracey.bryant@kcmo.org
NHS Program Specialist (816) 513 - 9023 marquetta.broome@kcmo.org
Code Enforcement Officer (816) 513 - 9066 dejuan.carpenter@kcmo.org
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Land Bank of Kansas City 4400 Blue Pkwwy, 1st Floor Kansas City, MO 64130
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Kathleen A. Pointer

Commissioner
News / Events
Resources
8am - 1pm
M - F
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Office Hours
(816) 513-9020 | 4400 Blue Pkwy, 1st Floor Kansas City, MO 64130 | Made by WebDebSites
M - F
The Land Bank of Kansas City, Missouri demonstrates its dedication to the betterment of our communities by providing opportunities for economic development and neighborhood revitalization.
Although legislation pertaining to the establishment of a land bank was voted down twice by the Missouri General Assembly (2010 and 2011), stakeholders were not deterred. With assistance from the Center for Community Progress*, new legislation was drafted and then adopted in 2012. Shortly thereafter, the Land Bank of Kansas City, Missouri was established.
Using the successful models of land banks in Genesee County, Michigan and Cuyahoga County, Ohio, the commissioners and staff of the Land Bank of Kansas City, Missouri have implemented a system that returns vacant properties to productive use, places them back on the tax rolls, and contributes to the improvement of the community.
* A national organization dedicated to helping cities, towns, states and regions across the United States reintegrate vacant, abandoned and blighted properties into the economic and civic life of their communities.

Julie Anderson

Mishelle Martinez

Ulysses ‘Deke’ Clayborn

staff LAND BANK

Tracey Bryant

Marquetta Broome-Walker

DeJuan Carpenter

Executive Director (816) 513 - 9049 tracey.bryant@kcmo.org
NHS Program Specialist (816) 513 - 9023 marquetta.broome@kcmo.org
Code Enforcement Officer (816) 513 - 9066 dejuan.carpenter@kcmo.org
Interim Chair
Commissioner
Vice Chair
Land Bank of Kansas City 4400 Blue Pkwwy, 1st Floor Kansas City, MO 64130
Open M - F 8 am - 1 pm Open M - F 2 pm - 5 pm Closed for lunch 1 pm - 2 pm
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Kathleen A. Pointer

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