Welcome to the Verona Gardens Website!

Verona Gardens was first developed by the J.C. Nichols Company in the 1970's, and is a development of 445 single family homes. Located in Leawood, Kansas, and the nationally recognized Blue Valley School District, the homes are within walking distance of Leawood Elementary and Leawood Middle Schools. Also church sponsored schools are close by.

Our streets and sidewalks have hundreds of mature trees that give the neighborhood a lovely canopy appearance and provide shade for the summer months. The neighborhood is close to many shopping, dining and other attraction destinations. Hospitals and churches are nearby. Highway access is only minutes away, making getting around the metro area very convenient.
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NEXT BOARD MEETING  - Monday June 26 6:30 PM at Leawood Justice Center meeting Room
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UPCOMING EVENTS 

Neighborhood Garage Sale - No Date - No Volunteer to Handle this event.
Ice Cream Social - August/Sept

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Your homes association operates on people power. Things don’t just happen. Someone makes them happen. Here’s how you can help make things happen.

Annual Garage Sale - Our community-wide garage sale simplifies advertising and attracts more customers. A coordinator or two is needed to keep this event going.  The HOA will NOT administer this community garage sale without a volunteer.

Island Watchers -  Verona Gardens has 27 public areas to maintain. Residents are needed to watch over them and report any needs to the Board member who monitors the lawn maintenance service. If you live near a public space, please help us keep them looking good.

Children’s Events – Helping hands are always needed to assist in the preparations for and conduct of the annual Easter Egg Hunt and Back-to-School Ice Cream Social for Verona Gardens youngsters.

Annual Meeting – We want to make the Annual Meeting in May more interesting and appealing to residents. A committee is being set up to generate ideas and make arrangements for the event.

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ANSWERS TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS are in the "Neighborhood Essentials" section covering subjects of Trash, Sidewalks, Tree Trimming, and Mailboxes.

MAILBOX - Issues with your mailbox? Contact Carl Barben: 913-491-6437 [email protected]

DEFFENBAUGH WASTE & RECYCLING PICKUP

The following is a description of their services.

10 bag limit or bundles on yard waste per resident per week. Limbs would be a bundle. The bundles should not be longer than 4 feet and about 18 inches in diameter. Please also use twine and not wire when creating a bundle. Paper bags should be used for yard waste.

Trash pickups are on Wednesday, except for weeks with Holidays in which pickups will be one day later in the week. Deffenbaugh recognized Holidays are as follows – New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day.

One free bulky item pickup per resident, per month - it will be on the normal pick up day of the THIRD FULL WEEK of each month. There is no need to call Deffenbaugh for this service. 



2017 Dates (Wednesday)


January 18

February 22

March 22

April 19

May 17

June 21

July 19

August 23

September 20

October 18

November 22

December 20

Guidelines



One bulky item per month (No Freon)

3rd full week of the month, Wednesday p/u

All items must be able to be lifted by 2 men

Items over 6ft should be cut in half.

Pick up is done by a separate (rear load) truck


Items that will be collected include :

Carpet (up to 4’ length, rolled & tied)
Electronics

Furniture

Appliances (All appliance doors MUST be secured shut) - No Freon

Basketball goal (cut in half-concrete removed)

BBQ Grill (propane tank removed)

Push mower (gas/oil removed)

2 tires (off the rims & will be considered One item for collection)



Unacceptable items include :



Hazardous Waste material

Freon items

Remodeling/Construction debris

Yard waste

Additional bags of household trash



John Blessing is our representative at Deffenbaugh --913-745-1841. Please call him with any issues. If the issues persist, please feel free to call board member Richard Schwartz.

WHAT CAN BE RECYCLED?? Go to this link: JOHNSON COUNTY GOV WEBSITE