Due to concerns with the intersection at 69th Street and Tomahawk Road residents have requested that the City consider changing 69th Street to a one way street between Delmar Street and Tomahawk Road. The large landscaped island at Tomahawk creates a unique connection at Tomahawk Road. Residents feel that the neighborhood is changing with recent rebuilds with younger families moving in. They are concerned with overall safety due to the absence of sidewalks and the unique intersection at Tomahawk. Making 69th Street one way would eliminate the two way traffic at this intersection and cause vehicles to slow as they enter the one way street
The other benefit from making this a one way street is that 69th could easily have sidewalks added in the future with a street rehabilitation project. 69th currently has no sidewalks and sidewalk can’t be added without significant impacts to large trees at the back of curb on both sides of the street.
Saturday, December 9, 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Prairie Village City Hall - Multi-Purpose Room (7700 Mission Road)
Residents on 69th Street between Delmar and Tomahawk have requested that 69th Street be made a One-Way street. Please come to the “OPEN HOUSE” neighborhood meeting listed above anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. to learn about these ideas and to ask questions. Your feedback can help guide the final recommended changes. The direction of the One-Way traffic is yet to be determined so your input will help make this decision.
October 2, 2017 - At the Council Committee of the Whole meeting, the City Council approved moving forward with a neighborhood meeting to receive resident input on the proposed changes. Items presented at the meeting are available to view here: