Live Where You Play
Linn Valley is a rural lifestyle, but close to the big City. A community where you can choose to visit on weekends, or live here full time. It is a lifestyle where you can truly “live where you play” ! If you would like to learn more about Linn Valley, and keep up with current news , information, and activities in Linn Valley, please add this site to your Favorites list, and visit us here often.
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BUILDING PERMITS : The following Building Permit form must be used for any building or construction project in the City of Linn Valley
APPROVED CONTRACTORS: Following is the most current list of approved contractors for the City of Linn Valley, Kansas
We are the City of Linn Valley, serving a community of property owners known as Linn Valley Lakes. The City of Linn Valley was established on November 23, 1998 and is a Third Class City. The estimated population is currently 750.
Linn Valley is a private recreational and residential community located about 30 minutes south of Overland Park on Highway 69. The over 2,000-acre development is the ideal family resort, offering a variety of year-round recreational activities and events. The 135-acre main lake is spring-fed and offers every variety of water sports, including boating, fishing, swimming, sailing and water skiing. The lake has a public beach located near the Clubhouse. The Clubhouse area also provides a swimming pool, basketball court, sand volleyball & horseshoe pits. A total of eight lakes and ponds are located within the community, providing a fisherman’s paradise. Linn Valley also offers an 18-hole golf course, complete with a driving range, pro shop and restaurant. Near the gated entrance to Linn Valley is the Property Owners Association Office, a Community Center, swimming pool, picnic shelter, miniature golf course, baseball/softball field and tennis courts. Linn Valley also has a 47-site campground with water and electric hookups and rental cabins for visitors to the community. The wooded areas & meadows of wildflowers offer shelter to numerous birds and other wildlife. Deer, fox, wild turkeys, raccoons, & possums are just a few of the “critters” that are often sighted, sometimes even observed from your picture window as they take a short cut through a front yard.
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