Kansas City Campus for Animal Care will Break Ground in Swope Park, Replacing 50-year old Reconverted Storage Shed
New facility will serve as home of KC Pet Project, providing services to over 10,000 animals and 25,000 families throughout Kansas City
Mayor Sly James, City Manager Troy Schulte, Kansas City Councilmembers, Parks Board Director Mark McHenry and Parks Directors, KCMO GO Bond voters, and generous civic and philanthropic leaders.
*Media are welcomed to learn full details about the new Campus facility.
The Kansas City Campus for Animal Care (KCCAC)/Future Home of KC Pet Project
Groundbreaking for the new Kansas City Campus for Animal Care, which will be home to KC Pet Project, the third largest no-kill, open admission animal shelter in the U.S. The Campus will also be home to a full-service veterinary clinic, an education pavilion, a retail pet supplies store, a café, patios, walking paths and in the future, KCMO Animal Health & Public Safety. The KCCAC in Swope Park will create a new, state-of-the-art benchmark for animal welfare in America.
11:30 AM – 12 Noon (Program start at 11:30)
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Future site of the Kansas City Campus for Animal Care
6900 Elmwood Avenue
Corner of Elmwood and Gregory
Rain Location: Starlight Theatre Applause Club, Enter at Gate 8