Street Name Sign Design Guidelines

From PPM Wiki - City of Overland Park Projects and Procedures Manual Pages
Jump to: navigation, search

City Guidelines Regarding the Installation of “Street Name” (D3-1) Signs
Traffic Services Division of the Department of Public Works

Last Revised 10/19/17

Governing Document Reference:

Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways (MUTCD), 2009 or latest edition, the Overland Park Municipal Code (OPMC), Title 12 – Traffic, Chapter 12.04. and the City of Overland Park Address Standards, July 17, 2017 or latest edition.

MUTCD Requirements:

“Street Name” (D3-1) signs should be installed in urban areas at all street intersections regardless of other route signs that might be present and should be installed in rural areas to identify important roads that are not otherwise signed.
D3-1 Ground Mounted.JPG

In business or commercial areas and on principal arterials, “Street Name” (D3-1) signs should be placed at least on diagonally opposite corners. In residential areas, at least one “Street Name” (D3-1) sign should be mounted at each intersection. Signs naming both streets should be installed at each intersection. They should be mounted with their faces parallel to the streets they name.

To optimize visibility, “Street Name” (D3-1) signs may be mounted overhead. “Street Name” (D3-1) signs may also be placed above a regulatory or “Stop” or “Yield” sign with no required vertical separation. At intersection crossroads where the same road has two different street names for each direction of travel, both street names may be displayed on the same sign along with directional arrows.

City of Overland Park Guidelines for Installation:

Introduction:

The following guidelines have been established to assist with continuity throughout the city when designing, fabricating and installing street name signs.

Referrals:
Questions regarding this document can be referred to:
Aaron DuBois, Planner I (895-6197)
Therese Lyons, Development Coordinator (895-6237)
Mike Nelson, GIS Analyst (895-6213)
Bruce Wacker, Assistant City Traffic Engineer (895-6027)

Street Name Signs on Private Streets

Per Resolution No. 4307, Item B, "Street name signs will not be installed at intersections of private streets with private streets." However street name signs will be installed at intersections of public streets with private streets, as long as the private street name follows one of the approved grid name streets from Appendices A through C.

Street Suffixes:

The following two tables are the Standard List of Abbreviations for street name sign legends in the City of Overland Park:

Abbreviations For Numerical Designations

Designation Abbreviation
First st
Second nd
Third rd
Fourth to Ninth th

Abbreviations For Street Name Designations

Designation Abbreviation Designation Abbreviation
Avenue Ave Parkway Pkwy
Boulevard Blvd Place Pl
Circle Cir Plaza Plz
Court Ct Road Rd
Creek Cr Street St
Drive Dr Terrace Ter
Highway Hwy Trail Tr
Lane Ln Way Way

Thoroughfare Streets

  • Include suffixes such as “Rd” and “Ave” on all named streets designated as a thoroughfare on Appendix A.
Example where the suffix would be included:
“Mission Rd”, “Roe Ave”, “Nall Ave”, “Metcalf Ave”, “Antioch Rd”, “Switzer Rd”, “Quivira Rd”, “Pflumm Rd” or “Lackman Rd” are all correct.
  • Include the "St" suffix on all numbered streets designated as a thoroughfare. This only applies to ground mounted street name signs. Overhead street name signs will have "Street" spelled out.
  • Include the suffixes such as “Rd”, “Blvd”, “Pkwy”, “Ave” on all the streets listed in Appendix B.
Example where the suffix would be included:
“Shawnee Mission Pkwy”, “Johnson Dr”, or “College Blvd” are all correct.
  • In general, do not include the suffix "St" unless the street name is the same name as a nearby city which could be confused as a destination rather than a street.
Example where the suffix would be omitted:
“Anchor”, “Chevron”, or “Winthrop” are all correct without the "St".

Collector Streets

  • Omit suffixes such as “Rd”, “Ave” and “St” on streets designated as a collector on either Appendix A or C.
Example where the suffix would be omitted:
“Lamar”, “Lowell”, “Grant”, “Nieman” and “Rosehill” are correct without the suffix.
  • Include the "St" suffix on all numbered streets designated as a collector. This only applies to ground mounted street name signs. Overhead street name signs will have "Street" spelled out.
  • Include the suffixes such as “Rd”, “Blvd”, “Pkwy” on all the streets listed in Appendix B.
Example where the suffix would be included:
“Somerset Dr”, “Tomahawk Creek Pkwy” or “Indian Creek Pkwy” are all correct.
  • In general, do not include the suffix "St" unless the street name is the same name as a nearby city which could be confused as a destination rather than a street.
  • Include the “St” suffix on any street name sign when there is an adjacent parallel street in the same block that has the same street name but a different suffix.

Residential Streets

  • Omit the “St” suffix on any street designated as a residential street on Appendix A and C, except when there is an adjacent parallel street that has the same street name but a different suffix.
Example where the “St” suffix would be omitted
“Riley” and not “Riley St” is correct between 87th St and 89th St (See below).
“Marty” and not “Marty St” is correct north of 87th Street (See below).
Riley-Marty & 87th.JPG

Example where the “St” suffix would be included
“Marty St” and “Marty Ln” are correct between 87th St and 89th St (See above).
"89th St" and "86th St" are correct.
  • Include the “St” suffix if the street name is the same name as a nearby city which could be confused as a destination rather than a street.
Example where the suffix would be included:
“Fairway St” is correct.
  • Include the "St" suffix on all numbered streets designated as a residential street. This only applies to ground mounted street name signs. Overhead street name signs will have "Street" spelled out.
  • Omit any other suffix on any street designated as a residential street listed on Appendix A and C, unless there is an adjacent parallel street that has the same street name but a different suffix.
Example where the suffix would be omitted:
The suffix “Ln” and “St” would both be omitted from “Grant”, on each side of 79th Street, because they are not parallel streets within the same block (See below).
79th & Grant.JPG

Example where the suffix would be included:
It is appropriate to include the suffix for “Grandview Ln” and “Grandview Ave” between 85th St and Elmhurst Dr because they are parallel streets within the same block. (See below).
85th & Grandview.JPG

  • Include the suffixes such as “Rd”, “Blvd”, “Pkwy” on all the streets listed in Appendix B, except for the suffix “St” which should be omitted unless there is a parallel street with the same name.
Example where the suffix would be included:
“Elmhurst Dr” or “Three Lakes Pkwy” are correct.

Up arrow 66x80.png Top

Hundred Blocks:

  • Do not put hundred blocks on East-West streets.
Example:
“College Blvd”, “Johnson Drive”, “Shawnee Mission Pkwy”
  • Do not put hundred blocks on any street that is listed in Appendix B, even though a section may run true north and south.
Example where the hundred block would be omitted:
"Santa Fe Dr” without the hundred block would be correct. (See Below)
75th & Santa Fe.JPG

  • Do not put hundred blocks on streets that run diagonal through the city if they cross other streets with established hundred blocks.
Example:
“Santa Fe Dr” between 87th Street and 79th Street
“Elmhurst Dr” between England and Antioch Rd
  • Exceptions to the hundred blocks do occur where the normal sequence of numbering is juxtaposed. A quick review of the actual hundred blocks that actually exist should be reviewed prior to automatically associating the standard hundred block with the standard street name. Some examples of this are as follows:
Monrovia is generally the 12100 block except between 103rd St and 105th St where it becomes the 12300 block
Caenen is generally the 12200 block except between 103rd St and 105th St where it becomes the 12400 block
Oakmont is generally the 12300 block except between 103rd St and 105th St where it becomes the 12500 block
Century is generally the 12400 block except between 103rd St and 105th St where it becomes the 12560 block
Long is generally the 12500 block except between 103rd St and 105th St where it becomes the 12600 block
105th & Oakmont.JPG

  • The hundred blocks in Appendix C can be used, even if they occur along with a street name from Appendix A with the same hundred block. You could be driving along an east-west street and encounter a street name sign Palace 7300 and then another street name sign Marty 7300.

Directional Arrows:

  • Directional arrows should be used to identify where the street name changes from one name to another name.
Example: (See Below)
Intersection of Rosehill St and 139th St / 141st St
“139th St” would have an arrow pointing to the east
“141st St” would have an arrow pointing to the west
“Rosehill St” would be the appropriate sign at this intersection
“Rosehill Ln” would be the appropriate sign at 141st St and Rosehill Ln
141st & Rosehill.JPG
  • Directional arrows should not be used to differentiate a public street from a private street. As long as the side street has at least one leg that is a platted street, the private leg would be considered to have the same name.
Example 1: (See Below)
Intersection of Mackey and College Blvd
Mackey is a private street north and south of College Blvd. The north leg of Mackey is a platted street with a name that fits our standard street name grid. College Blvd is also wide enough such that street name signs are required on both sides of the street. The street name sign should be “Mackey 8600” with no directional arrows. The sign would be installed on each side of College Blvd.
College & Hardy.JPG
Example 2: (See Above)
Intersection of Hardy and College Blvd
Hardy is a private street south of College Blvd and a public street north of College Blvd. Hardy is a platted street on the north side with a name that fits our standard street name grid. College Blvd is also wide enough such that street name signs are required on both sides of the street. The street name sign should be “Hardy 8100” with no directional arrows. The sign would be installed on each side of College Blvd.
  • Where both legs of a side street are private and are not platted as a named street according to the standard street name grid, street name signs will not be installed at all.
Example 1: (See Below)
Intersection of 119th Street and the access drive west of Riley
This is an intersection with private streets north and south of 119th Street. Neither of the side street legs are a platted street with a name that fits our standard street name grid. No street name sign is installed at this intersection.
119th & Riley.JPG
Example 2: (See Above)
Intersection of 119th Street and Riley
Riley is a platted street on the south side with a name that fits our standard street name grid. The north leg is a private street. This intersection is signalized so it has an overhead street name sign. The street name sign should be “Riley 7400” with no directional arrows. The current sign does have an arrow to the south. When this sign needs to be replaced, it would not require the arrow.

Up arrow 66x80.png Top

Overhead Street Name Signs:

General Guidelines:

The Street Name sign will consist of the name of the street. Where applicable based on the guidelines above, the street suffix designation and the hundred block number will be included. The size of the standard aluminum sign blank shall be 18” high by 48", 54", 60”, 72”, 84" or greater in 6" increments depending on the length of the legend. In some cases, sign blanks ranging from 96” to 144” will have to be used to accommodate longer street names. The lettering style shall conform to Highway Series E-modified 2000 uppercase and lowercase lettering with 100% recommended letter spacing according to the Standard Highway Sign Manual. Where the sign length is too long to fit on the mast arm, the sign length will be adjusted accordingly by reducing the word spacing, letter spacing, etc as required. Each sign that needs to be adjusted will be reviewed by the engineer prior to final plans or fabrication. The letter height of the street name shall be 8” for uppercase and 6” for lowercase. The letter height of the street designation shall be 5” for uppercase and 3 ¾” for lowercase. The letter height for the block number shall also be 5”. The letter height of the numeral extension such as “th” in “127th” shall be 6” high lowercase.

For named streets, the street designation and the block number should be located at the right hand side of the blank and centered above each other as indicated in the standard details. If there is not a street designation, the block number should be centered vertically in the sign blank. On numbered streets, the suffix such as "Street", "Terrace", etc. should be completely spelled out. Any arrow symbols should be centered vertically in the sign blank and be 8” high by 12” long.

Refer to the City of Overland Park Overhead Street Name Sign Standard Details for guidance in sign layout.

Sign Templates for Overhead Mounted Street Name Signs:

The following are sign templates that should be observed during the design or fabrication of overhead street name signs. For obvious reasons, it is not possible to address every conceivable sign layout. Except for thoroughfare designations, where the suffix and hundred blocks are always included in the layout, the remaining templates are designed with only the street name and the hundred block. Refer to the guidelines listed above to determine if suffixes and hundred blocks are appropriate to include on the sign. Regardless of whether a suffix is used, the hundred block and the street name will control the length of the sign. The following sign templates are presented in order to assist the designer or fabricator in selecting the correct length for the sign blank.

Overhead Street Name Signs
Base Templates
Directional Arrow Template
Named Street Templates (One Line)
Named Street Templates (Two Lines)
Numbered Street Templates
Street Name Range
Street Names A through Z
Street Number Range
61st through 191st

Locations of Overhead Street Name Signs:

Overhead Street Name signs will be installed on the mast arms of traffic signals. The Overhead Street Name sign will generally be installed between the vertical pole shaft and the first traffic signal head with a minimum of a 2" clearance between the signal head back plate and the edge of the sign.

Overhead Street Name signs will not be installed at locations designating private commercial drive entrances nor private streets. They also will not be installed for interstate ramp designations at interchanges with thoroughfare streets.

Streets with Multiple Names:

At intersection crossroads where the same road has two different street names for each direction of travel, both street names should be shown on the same sign along with directional arrows. The street name with the left arrow should be placed on top of the street name with the right arrow. The sign height should be increased to 30”.

Post-Mounted Street Name Signs:

The Street Name sign will consist of the name of the street. Where applicable based on the guidelines above, the street suffix designation and the hundred block number will be included. The standard sized aluminum sign blanks shall be 12” high by 24”, 30”, 36", 42" or 48” in length depending on the length of the legend. The standard lettering style shall conform to Highway Series C 2000 with a leading uppercase letter and trailing lowercase letters with 100% recommended letter spacing according to the Standard Highway Sign Manual. To accommodate longer street names in extreme cases, Highway Series B 2000 letters will have to be used to avoid exceeding a 48” long sign blank. First try to decrease the sign length by changing the hundred block and suffix, if present, to Series B. If changing the hundred block and suffix to B does not decrease the sign length to 48", return the hundred block and suffix to Series C and try changing the street name to Series B by itself. If that doesn't decrease the sign length to 48", change the street name, hundred block, and suffix to Series B. Any sign that cannot be accommodated on a 48" sign blank will be reviewed by the engineer or project manager. The letter height of the uppercase letter in the street name shall be 6”. The lowercase letters in the street name shall be 4 ½”. The uppercase letter height of the street designation and the block number shall be 4”. The lowercase letter height of the street designation shall be 3”. The letter height of the numeral extension such as “th” in “127th” shall also be 3” high composed of all lowercase letters. A minimum of 1 ¼” spacing is required between the edge of the sign blank and the edge of the first and last letter in the legend and hundred block. A 4" space shall be placed between the street name and the hundred block or suffix.

The street designation and the block number should be located at the right hand side of the blank and centered above each other as indicated in the standard details. If there is not a street suffix designation, the block number should be centered vertically in the sign blank. Any arrow designations should be centered vertically in the sign blank and be 4” high by 6” long.

Refer to the City of Overland Park Street Name Sign Standard Details for guidance in sign layout.

Sign Templates for Post-Mounted Street Name Signs:

The following are sign templates that should be observed during the design or fabrication of ground mounted street name signs. For obvious reasons, it is not possible to address every conceivable sign layout. Except for thoroughfare designations, where the suffix and hundred blocks are always included in the layout, the remaining templates are designed with only the street name and the hundred block. Refer to the guidelines listed above to determine if suffixes and hundred blocks are appropriate to include on the sign. Regardless of whether a suffix is used, the hundred block and the street name will control the length of the sign.

It is not desirable to exceed a 48" sign blank due to wind loading and mounting methods. The following sign templates are presented in order to assist the designer or fabricator in selecting the correct length for the sign blank. The sign templates were created by using different criteria to avoid exceeding a 48" sign blank. These are listed in order of preference:

  1. All letters and numerals in the street name, suffix (if appropriate) and hundred block are based on Series C 2K
  2. Letters in the street name are series C 2K and the numerals in the suffix (if appropriate) and hundred block are Series B 2K
  3. Letters in the street name are series B 2K and the numerals in the suffix (if appropriate) and hundred block are Series C 2K
  4. All letters and numerals in the street name, suffix (if appropriate) and and hundred block are based on Series B 2K
  5. If none of the above prevent the sign length from exceeding 48", a 54" sign may be required
Post-Mounted Street Name Signs
Base Templates
Directional Arrow Template
Named Street Templates (with Suffix and Hundred Block)
Named Street Templates (No Suffix)
Numbered Street Templates
Street Name Range
Street Names A through B
Street Names C through E
Street Names F through H
Street Names I through M
Street Names N through R
Street Names S through Z
Street Number Range
47th through 59th
60th through 69th
70th through 79th
80th through 89th
90th through 99th
100th through 109th
110th through 119th
120th through 129th
130th through 139th
140th through 149th
150th through 159th
160th through 169th
170th through 179th
180th through 189th
190th through 199th
200th through 209th
210th through 219th

Locations of Post-Mounted Street Name Signs at Four or More Legged Intersections:

If the major street is at least 36’ wide from back of curb to back of curb, two sign installations are required. One post-mounted Street Name sign should be placed on each diagonally opposite corner so that they will be on the far right side of the intersection for traffic on the major street. Traffic Engineering staff should determine the major street. In most cases, other than residential-residential street intersections, it should be evident. In general, the street that does not have any type of control would be declared the major street. Where the intersection is still an uncontrolled 4-way intersection, City practice would require that we install stop signs on the minor legs and the street name signs would be mounted above the stop sign. The final decision in this example would be made by Traffic Engineering staff.

Only one Street Name sign should be mounted at each intersection where the major street is less than 36’ wide from back of curb to back of curb. The street name sign should be located at the far right side of the intersection for traffic on the major street unless otherwise approved due to field restrictions.

Signs naming both streets should be installed at each intersection. They should be mounted with their faces parallel to the streets they name. They may be installed above a regulatory sign such as a yield sign or stop sign and may be installed with the W14-2a “No Outlet” sign.

Locations of Post-Mounted Street Name Signs at Tee Intersections on Roadways Wider Than 36 Feet:

Two Street Name signs are required and should be placed on the far right side of the intersection for traffic on the major street and the diagonally opposite corner unless otherwise approved due to field restrictions. This places one sign at the side of the minor road at the top of the tee. In that case, only one of the major street sign faces is required since it is visible only from one direction.

Streets with Multiple Names:

At intersection crossroads where the same road has two different street names for each direction of travel, one 12” high Street Name sign with directional arrows shall be used for each street. They should be mounted on top of each other with the left arrow sign to be placed above the right arrow sign.

Signing Standards:

The “Street Name” (D3-1) sign for both overhead mounted and post mounted installations shall be retro-reflective to show the same shape and similar color both day and night. The legend and background shall be of contrasting colors. “Street Name” (D3-1) signs should have a white legend on a green background. A border, if used, should be the same color as the legend. The City of Overland Park currently only uses a border on overhead street name signs but not on ground mounted street name signs.



Up arrow 66x80.png Top

Appendices:

Appendix A

Appendix A
Overland Park, Kansas Official Street Names and Suffixes
Hundred Block Street Name Hundred Block Street Name Hundred Block Street Name
15100 Lackman Rd 10600 Larsen 6100 Beverly
15000 Constance 10500 Melrose 6000 Dearborn
14900 Darnell 10400 Stearns 5900 Woodson
14800 Alden 10300 Switzer Rd 5800 Outlook
14700 Randall 10200 Perry 5700 Reeds
14600 Oakview 10100 Mastin 5600 Maple
14500 Acuff 10000 Wedd 5500 Nall Ave
14400 Greenwood 9900 Farley 5400 Birch
14300 Mullen 9800 Connell 5300 Ash
14200 Albervan 9700 Knox 5200 Rosewood
14100 Hallet 9600 Carter 5100 Juniper
14000 Cottonwood 9500 Grant 5000 Briar
13900 Widmer 9400 Hayes 4900 Cedar
13800 Rene 9300 England 4800 Linden
13700 Park 9200 Kessler 4700 Roe Ave
13600 Summit 9100 Grandview 4600 Granada
13500 Pflumm Rd 9000 Eby 4500 Fontana
13400 Haskins 8900 Benson 4400 El Monte
13300 Hauser 8800 Slater 4300 Delmar
13200 Noland 8700 Antioch Rd 4200 Catalina
13100 Richards 8600 Mackey 4100 Buena Vista
13000 Gillette 8500 Woodward 4000 Alhambra
12900 Bradshaw 8400 Hadley 3900 Mission Rd
12800 Parkhill 8300 Hemlock 3800 Howe
12700 Rosehill 8200 Goodman 3700 Mohawk
12600 Westgate 8100 Hardy 3600 Pawnee
12500 Long 8000 Craig 3500 Reinhardt
12400 Century 7900 Lowell 3400 Windsor
12300 Oakmont 7800 Robinson 3300 Falmouth
12200 Caenen 7700 Newton 3200 Canterbury
12100 Monrovia 7600 Conser 3100 Chadwick
12000 Earnshaw 7500 Foster 3000 Aberdeen
11900 Quivira Rd 7400 Riley 2900 Fairway St
11800 Garnett 7300 Marty 2800 Norwood
11700 Cody 7200 Floyd 2700 Belinder
11600 Lucille 7100 Metcalf Ave 2600 Manor
11500 Bond 7000 Travis 2500 Meadow
11400 Flint 6900 Broadmoor 2400 High
11300 King 6800 Barkley 2300 Rainbow
11200 Barton 6700 Glenwood 2200 Sagamore
11100 Nieman 6600 Riggs 2100 Eaton
11000 Reeder 6500 Walmer 2000 Cambridge
10900 Bluejacket 6400 Russell 1900 State Line Rd
10800 Ballentine 6300 Lamar
10700 Goddard 6200 Horton

Up arrow 66x80.png Top

Appendix B

Appendix B
Overland Park, Kansas Accepted Non-Grid Street Names and Suffixes
Street Name Can Name Be Used Again Approximate Location
Bel Air Cir Yes South of 91st Street, west of Nall Ave
Blue Valley Pkwy No Off of Metcalf Ave - 119th Street south to US 69
Centennial Dr Yes South of 119th Street, east of US 69
Chaney Ln No East of Mission Rd, north of 167th Street
College Blvd No Would be named 111th Street
Colonial Dr Yes South of 79th Street, west of Lamar Ave
Country Club St Yes East of Antioch Rd, north of I-435
Edgewater Dr Yes South of I-435 between Metcalf and Nall Avenues
Elmhurst Dr Yes West of Antioch Rd, south of 85th Street
Frontage Rd No (Two Locations) Southeast corner of Shawnee Mission Parkway and

Metcalf Ave and southeast corner of 75th Street and I-35

Golden Bear Dr No Would be 139th Street between Lamar and Nall Avenues
Greenbrier St Yes East of Antioch Rd, south of 83rd Street
Hamilton Dr Yes West of Metcalf Ave, south of 79th Street
Happy Hollow Rd No West of Quivira Rd, north of 191st Street
Indian Creek Dr No South of 103rd Street and west of Nall Ave
Indian Creek Pkwy No North of 119th Street and west of Quivira Rd
Johnson Dr No Would be 59th Street
Kay Lynn Rd Yes South of 151st Street, west of Metcalf Ave
Kranker Dr No South of 159th Street, west of Kenneth Rd
Lakeside Dr Yes South of 119th Street, east of US 69
Lenexa Dr No Southeast corner of I-35 & 87th Street
Merriam Dr No North of I-35, east of Antioch Rd. Connects to 47th Street
Metcalf Frontage Rd No (Two locations) East of Metcalf Ave, between 87th and 89th Streets

and east of Metcalf Ave between 105th Street and Barkley Street

Moody Park Cir No East of Switzer Rd, south of 95th Street
Moody Park Dr Yes Would be 91st Terrace east of Switzer
Nicklaus Dr No West of Nall Ave, south of Golden Bear Dr. Would be Foster Street
Oakridge Dr Yes East of Metcalf Ave, south of 99th Street
Oakshire St Yes East of Nieman Rd, south of 96th Place
Overland Park Dr Yes West of Metcalf Ave, south of 79th Street
Railroad St Yes East of Quivira Rd. Would be named 155th Street
Santa Fe Dr No North-South street in the center of city. Would be Foster Street
Shady Ln No East of Antioch Rd. Would be 76th Place
Shawnee Dr Yes (Two locations) West of Lowell Ave, south of 83rd Street and connects

to Santa Fe Dr and south of 156th Street, west of US 69

Shawnee Ln No est of Lowell Ave and Shawnee Dr
Shawnee Mission Pkwy No Would be 63rd Street
Somerset Dr Yes West of Nall Ave, south of 91st Street
Sprint Pkwy No Located on Sprint campus north of 119th Street and east of Glenwood Ave
Sturgeon Dr Yes East of Switzer Rd, south of 92nd Place
Taylor Dr Yes East of Switzer Rd, north of 95th Street and south of 99th Terrace
Three Lakes Pkwy No South of 119th Street, east of US 69
Tomahawk Rd Yes East of Lamar Ave, south of 83rd Street
Tomahawk Creek Pkwy Yes Between Roe and Nall Avenues, around 122nd Street
Valley View Dr Yes (Two locations) Between Metcalf and Lowell Avenues around 83rd Street

and south of 156th Street, west of US 69

Westbrooke Dr Yes Between Goddard and Farley Streets around 91st Street
Willow Ln Yes South of 119th Street, east of US 69
Wycklow St No South of 103rd Street, east of Roe Ave

Notes:

  1. Do not assign hundred blocks to any of these street names in Appendix B, even if they have sections that truly run north-south
  2. Maintain the suffixes on all streets in Appendix B

Up arrow 66x80.png Top

Appendix C


Appendix C
Overland Park, Kansas Alternative Street Names
Hundred Block Street Name Hundred Block Street Name Hundred Block Street Name
15100 Drake 10600 Marshall 6100 Heritage
15000 Capri 10500 Avatar 6000 Autumn
14900 Chantilly 10400 Sawgrass 5900 Milhaven
14800 Charlotte 10300 Queal 5800 Farstrider
14700 Capistrano 10200 Brittany 5700 Colonial
14600 Calumet 10100 Royalty 5600 Hastings
14500 Brentwood 10000 Balboa 5500 Edgewater
14400 Alcan 9900 Cortez 5400 Granite
14300 Brindle 9800 Ivanhoe 5300 Fog
14200 Hagan 9700 Hocker 5200 Arden
14100 Salem 9600 Aster 5100 Fonticello
14000 Carriage 9500 Honor 5000 Emery
13900 Gallery 9400 Grenoble 4900 Hodges
13800 Armor 9300 Futura 4800 Doppler
13700 Yellowjacket 9200 Booker 4700 Chevron
13600 Bismark 9100 Elquist 4600 Sherwood
13500 Winthrop 9000 Lee 4500 Wycklow
13400 Venerable 8900 Derry 4400 Belfort
13300 Crystal 8800 Burhnam 4300 Sycamore
13200 Depot 8700 Kepler 4200 Village
13100 Oak 8600 Terrydale 4100 Oxford
13000 Countryside 8500 Clover 4000 Clark
12900 Buckingham 8400 Regal 3900 Anchor
12800 Umbra 8300 Brandywine 3800 Corinth
12700 Templeton 8200 Andromeda 3700 Amador
12600 Starlight 8100 York 3600 Alverno
12500 Maplewood 8000 Welcome 3500 Glenfield
12400 Tower 7900 Vale 3400 Suwanee
12300 Holland 7800 Unity 3300 Ironwood
12200 Refuge 7700 Trellise 3200 Alabaster
12100 Quigley 7600 Songbird 3100 Wenonga
12000 Bentley 7500 Reality 3000 Amber
11900 Morse 7400 Quest 2900 Addison
11800 Beaufort 7300 Palace 2800 Verona
11700 Beasley 7200 Onyx 2700 Adair
11600 Paradise 7100 Hamilton 2600 Springfield
11500 Omni 7000 Oakridge 2500 Overhill
11400 Jaycee 6900 Bluebell 2400 Acton
11300 Nook 6800 Nirvana 2300 Kenneth
11200 Magnolia 6700 Squibb 2200 Oakwood
11100 Oakshire 6600 Minaret 2100 Abbeywood
11000 Leeds 6500 Lupine 2000 Brookwood
10900 Barrington 6400 Keppen 1900 Overbrook
10800 Knight 6300 Jericho
10700 Junction 6200 Ivy
Up arrow 66x80.png Top