Health and wellness in the heart of Downtown Overland Park.
Matt Ross Community Center provides state-of-the-art fitness equipment, experienced trainers and class instructors, a fun indoor pool, a variety of programs, and rental spaces to accommodate most any event.
Visit Matt Ross Community Center any time we’re open to take a tour and learn about our programs and services that fit into your leisure and wellness lifestyle.
Membership and daily pass are available at the front desk, and are required to work out, swim, use the open gym, attend group exercise classes, and use the locker rooms.
- Nov. 25 – Closed
- Dec. 24 – 5:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Dec. 25 – Closed
- Dec. 31 – 5:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Jan. 1, 2022 – 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Matt Ross Community Center is open, with extra precautions for your safety and ours.
To keep members and guests safe and healthy, we:
- Will clean community centers several times per day.
- Will perform deep cleaning procedures regularly.
- Provided additional hand sanitizer stations.
- Installed plexiglass barriers at checkin stations and terminals.
Please be aware of the following operational changes:
- Group exercise schedules are reduced.
- Towel service is suspended.
Members and guests will be required to sign an additional waiver to use the facility.
Learn more about all City services impacted by coronavirus.
Work With Us
If you have a passion for a healthy lifestyle and recreation services, we’re looking for you!
Matt Ross Community Center is hiring lifeguards, community center attendants, group exercise instructors, and more.
Who was Matt Ross?
Matt Ross Community Center is named after Matt Ross, an early visionary leader instrumental in the development of modern-day Overland Park.
For more than 50 years, Ross was an innovative founder, leader, worker, and advisor for the city and its residents.
Ross first came to Overland Park in 1951, when it was still Mission Urban Township. Among many other facets of involvement in our community, he served on the township board, helped lobby the state for Overland Park’s name, was a member of the first City Council, and helped create the Overland Park Rotary Club, all while owning a variety store business in Downtown Overland Park and helping raise a family.
Ross died in 2003 at the age of 94.