Fairway Demographics and Real Estate Info
The city of Fairway, as its name suggests, has its roots in the 1930’s as a planned community in the suburbs surrounded by three private golf courses. Envisioned in the 1930’s and built in 1938 by famous developer J.C. Nichols, it became incorporated in 1949; it is one of the more historical and charming cities in the greater Kansas City area.
Located in the northeastern corner of Johnson County, this delightful city if famous for its charming residential homes and warm community. Today nearly 4,000 residents and 1800 homes are proud to be part of the enchanting Fairway community.
This quiet bedroom community has its own police force and municipal court.
Fairway is home to the Shawnee Indian Museum State Historical Site.
Other family-friendly locations include:
- Neale Peterson Park and Fairway Pool at 6136 Mission Road
- Shawnee Indian Mission Historical Cemetery between Chadwick and Canterbury on Shawnee Mission Parkway
- Fairway Shops at Shawnee Mission Parkway and Belinder
- Old Mission United Methodist Church at Shawnee Mission Parkway and State Park Road.
- Stroud’s Pan-Fried Chicken
- Population – 3,292, Down 2% since 2000
- Average Income – $149,458 Per Year
- Average age – 41 years
- Gender– 46% Male, 54% Female
- Households– 1,491, 26% with children
- Average Home Values – $262,693
Fairway’s public school district is Shawnee Mission. The Shawnee Mission School District is the third largest school district in Kansas. 2014-2015 school year had 27,509 students in attendance. Since its unification in 1969, the school district has consistently ranked among the finest school districts in the nation.
Fairway is located in the proximity of Bishop Miege High School and Pembroke Hill Academy private schools.