Loch Lloyd is a village in northwestern Cass
County, Missouri, United States on the Kansas border in the Kansas City
It incorporated on 2003-09-03
It received national attention in July 2007 when evangelist
died at her home there.
The Kansas City Star describes it as "an upscale, gated community"
when it reported that police had shot a 7 1/2 foot, 118 pound
alligator there in July 2005.
The village is built around a reservoir on Mill Creek (a tributary
of the Blue River
) and an
18-hole golf course built in 1990 designed by Donald Sechrest
. It derives its name from
the reservoir and real estate developer Harry Lloyd who started out
selling trinkets and seasonal gifts in the area via the House of
Lloyd brand but branched into the real estate business.
When it incorporated it had a population of 136. The United States
census reported it had a population of 368 and 175 housing units in
its Geographically Updated Population Certification Program (GUPCP)
Counts Released to Government Units in September 2005. When the
village filed the paperwork to incorporate they said they wanted to
incorporate as an independent village rather than being annexed by
Kansas City or Belton.
Code of 64012 is shared with Belton, Missouri.
- loch lloyd
- Local History - Kansas City Public Library
- N.Y.-based investment firm acquires House of Lloyd
- Kansas City Business Journal: