Community News 5/13/22

Hello Community!

It’s been awhile since I’ve sent out a newsletter, so before you get it in the mail, here’s what you may or may not have missed!

-Paul Oldham
WEHA President


Sandy has been working hard at getting the assessments out — the postponement of the Annual Meeting made it a bit more complicated to get them out in time. Rest assured, you have 30 days from the receipt of the invoice to pay it. 🙂 Dues are $60 this year.

Garage Sale – June 8-11th, 2022

Join your neighbors for the 2021 Woodson Estates Neighborhood Garage Sale! From Wednesday to Saturday, (and leading up to the sale) we’ll have yard signs up around the neighborhood enticing people to visit our neighborhood and help us get rid of clutter! 

If you’re planning to have a garage sale, let us know by email:

Woodson Pool Opening – Around Memorial Day Weekend

The pool is funded by memberships purchased by families in both Woodson Estates and Timber Valley. If you would like to purchase a membership for the 2022 season, please contact Sandy Olson at 816-405-2415 or check out the pool page on this website. 

To download and fill out the 2021 Pool Documents please visit

If you have a child that enjoys making a splash, consider the Woodson Sharks Swim Team. Contact the Woodson Estates Swim Club at

Pool Members will receive an email or text when the pool opens for the Summer!

If you’d like to rent the pool, check out our Renter’s Agreement form on the Pool page on the website as well, or ask Sandy for a copy! 

Dumpster Day – July 9, 2022

Saturday, July 9th, 2022 from 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Two locations:

Larson Ave & 61st Terrace 

(By the park/pool entrance)

Woodside Avenue and 59th Terrace

Please do not place leaves and brush, tires, household hazardous waste or appliances in the dumpsters.

Leaf & Brush Dumpster Day

Saturday, August 13th, 2022 from 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Larson Ave & 61st Terrace 

(By the park/pool entrance)

For both Dumpster Day and Leaf & Brush day, we’ll have Board Members checking dues. This will also be a great opportunity to sign the new Documents. You may also bring a check to pay your dues on the spot.

From The President

We finally had our Annual Meeting. After trials and tribulations and sickness–it finally happened. And it happened during the NCAA Tournament Game where the Jayhawks were victorious. Naturally, those in attendance made the ultimate sacrifice for the neighborhood’s sake, and we thank you.

The Annual Meeting saw a lot of new faces and elected several new board members. We were also able to chat with Rayna Parks-Shaw, our 5th District Councilwoman. Rayna offered her support to the neighborhood, and you can reach out to her office at 816-513-6521.

We were also made aware of an app called myKCMO that makes it easy to report issues and incidents in our neighborhood. I have it on good authority that the more you report, the more they pay attention.

Our Pool is opening soon, and we still would love any volunteers that would like to help out with pool maintenance in the coming year (and in future years!) Be sure to check out the new and improved Pool page on our website.

Finally, if you have wanted to get involved and have a mind for numbers and bookkeeping, Sandy Olson would like some help in her position as Treasurer. We truly appreciate anyone willing to help us make this neighborhood a great place to live!

As Always, please reach out if you need anything.

Paul Oldham
Woodson Estates Board President