Barking Dog or Animal Running-at-Large
To report a barking dog, contact animal control at 913-782-0720. The keeping, or harboring of any animal which by loud frequent and habitual barking, howling, yelping, mewing, roaring or screeching disturbs the peace of any neighborhood is prohibited. It is the duty of any person harboring or keeping such loud or noisy animal or animals to abate the condition, and if he or she fails to do so, the city may abate it by taking up, impounding and/or disposing of the animal at the expense of the owner. (Ordinance 408, Section 11; Code 1986.)
Don't permit your dog, cat or other animal to defecate on any other persons property within the city, unless you immediately removes such waste from the property.
Don't permit your dog or cat to run-at-large within the city at any time. If your animal is running-at-large, it will be impounded.
If your pet is lost or missing please contact the Animal Control Officers at 913-782-0720 as soon as possible. Always have a collar on your pet with the city license on it or put your name and address on the collar. Help us increase the opportunity to protect and return your pet to you.
Stray animals, animals running-at-large, bite case animals and other impounds will be held for a minimum of 10 days. If your pet has been impounded, you can find out by calling Animal Haven or the Animal Control Officer. Your pet must be vaccinated for rabies and licensed in the city annually.
The City of Roeland Park, along with other cities in the Northeast Johnson County Area, entered into an Interlocal Agreement for Animal Control services. Northeast Animal Control Commission(NEACC) can be reached by calling 913-782-0720 (Johnson County Sheriff's dispatch). You may email Officer Wayne Brinkley, or email Officer Brenda Bettis.