Kansas City Hoods
Map of Kansas City Gangs and Ghetto
Nicknamed Killa City, the Kansas City hoods on both sides of the state line (Missouri and Kansas) have been well known for years. With a population of blacks and Mexicans, there are a number of Kansas City gangs, like Bloods and Crips and Surenos, all throughout the Kansas City ghetto areas of Kansas City, Missouri’s East and South sides and specific sections of Kansas City, Kansas.
While some of the areas, hoods, and gangs have changed over the years, along with some neighborhoods and affiliations not being located on the map, this map shows a example of the hoods of a city nicknamed Killa City, and not only in Missouri, and but also the Kansas side of town.
Kansas City Gangs Key: Red = Bloods | Blue = Crips | Black = Unknown | Brown = Hispanic Hoods
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The Kansas City hoods of Missouri are made up of multiple sections of the East Side and the South Side. Areas like 12th Street, which was once the heart of the Kansas City ghetto, consists of the housing complexes like Parker Square and further down a large Mexican community.
Most of the Kansas City hoods are broken down into the street numbers, Twampside for the 20s, TraSide for the 30s, and the 40s or 4Blocc. There also smaller hoods of the Kansas City ghetto like 6800 or 68th Street, 51st Street, once known as FOG Town.
The Kansas City, Kansas areas, which are much smaller, and consists of blocks around the BLVD of Quindro, the 3rd Street Projects of Juniper Gardens in the Uptown area and the West Side of the city from State Avenue to Highway 5. Then there is a large Mexican population in areas like Argentine, Armourdale, and Central Avenue.
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