A ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday christened Little Blue Valley Park, which is on land where Kansas City International Raceway once stood. The city is converting 93 acres at East 75th Street and Noland Road into a regional park with softball fields accessible to the disabled, a water spray park, playground equipment, picnic shelters, a 3-acre pond and possibly a community center.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday christened Little Blue Valley Park, which is on land where Kansas City International Raceway once stood. The city is converting 93 acres at East 75th Street and Noland Road into a regional park with softball fields accessible to the disabled, a water spray park, playground equipment, picnic shelters, a 3-acre pond and possibly a community center. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to The Star
A ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday christened Little Blue Valley Park, which is on land where Kansas City International Raceway once stood. The city is converting 93 acres at East 75th Street and Noland Road into a regional park with softball fields accessible to the disabled, a water spray park, playground equipment, picnic shelters, a 3-acre pond and possibly a community center. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to The Star

Former Kansas City International Raceway transforms into Little Blue Valley Park

June 06, 2015 03:19 PM