Overland Park was incorporated in Johnson County in 1960. A few miles south of the Kansas River, Overland Park lies on the northern edge of the Osage Plains in northeastern Kansas.
Overland Park is estimated to have around 188,000 residents, making it the second most populous city in Kansas after Wichita. It’s low cost of living relative to its amenity base has furthered its economic dominance in the region, attracting Sprint Corporation’s World Headquarters.
The suburb is known for its immediate access to an abundance of museums, the world-class Prairiefire shopping and dining district, professional football, baseball and soccer stadiums, parks and botanical gardens.