Weatherby Lake

Here’s some info I found on Weatherby Lake, Missouri:

  • Weatherby Lake is a city in Platte County, Missouri, and is part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. The city was incorporated in 1959 and has a population of around 2,000 residents.
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  • The city is named after Glenn Weatherby, who along with other developers built what was then known as the Lakeview Subdivision. A 274-acre lake, also named Weatherby Lake, was created by the construction of a dam completed in 1937. The town encompasses the lake.
  • The 274-acre lake is one of the cleanest in the state and is the focal point of the community, providing residents with ample opportunities for fishing, boating, swimming, and more. The area around the lake is known for its rolling hills, curving roads, and mature trees. There are wooded areas, nine parks, native and ornamental trees throughout the community, along with diverse architectural styles of residential housing.
  • Weatherby Lake is a quiet residential community with a rural feel, and most residents own their homes. The public schools in Weatherby Lake are highly rated, and many retirees choose to live here. The residents tend to lean conservative.
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