North Dallas
Neighborhood Alliance

 

Click Here for the FBI's Top Ten list of fugitives . . .


Saturday, August 24, 2019

North Dallas Neighborhood Alliance 

The Future of Residential Brush & Bulk Trash Pickup

Updates for Districts 11 & 12

Monday, August 19

7:00PM - 8:30 PM

CAMPBELL GREEN RECREATION CENTER

16600 Park Hill Dr, Dallas, TX 75248

  • Police – review of crime in Far North Dallas

  • Presentation – City of Dallas Sanitation Department

    • Current status of storm debris collection in Far North Dallas

    • Issuing citations, “Cost-plus” service and other aspects of the Brush & Bulk Trash Pickup program

    • The future of residential Brush & Bulk Trash Pickup in Dallas

  • Welcome Cara Mendelsohn, District 12 Councilmember

  • Updates for Districts 11 & 12

    • Dallas Midtown  Development (Valley View – Galleria area)

    • Shelton School Relocation

    • Re-development of Hillcrest Village (at Arapaho & Hillcrest)

    • Cotton-belt Rail line

NDNA general meeting are now open to all HOA members in districts 11 and 12.

Tentative date for the next NDNA general meeting is October 17.

Thank you for your involvement and service to our community!

Matt Bach
North Dallas Neighborhood Alliance
President@ndna.us


Home PageAugust 15 Cotton Belt Meeting

 

Please be sure you have the upcoming public meeting with DART on your calendars. The meeting will be at the Shelton School on the Northeast Corner of Hillcrest and Arapaho, Thursday, August 15. The meeting starts at 6:30PM. Neighbors are hoping to hear answers to the outstanding questions they have submitted previously and at the Betterments Meetings this summer. The City of Dallas is also, hopefully far enough along to have an update on the proposed Hike and Bike trail (location, preliminary design, etc.). DART should be able to address what, if any, of the Dallas Resolution points they are NOT planning to implement and provide a reason for not being able to deliver on those requirements from Dallas. This meeting is for ALL area residents; so be sure to attend and have your voices heard.

Don’t miss this important opportunity!




Click Here for the Flyer (pdf) and Click Here for the Class Schedule (pdf)

Newsletter Header June 2019


vid


a


OPB Thank you

OPB


Summer ReadingDallas Library


Transportation Transportation


Dallas Park and Rec


hoa na logo

Dallas Neighborhood Organizations Map

Thank you for adding your neighborhood to the Dallas Neighborhood Organizations Map! Check out the map here.


May 20th, 2019

Update for the HILLCREST VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER
at HILLCREST and ARAPAHO

Although it may seem like nothing is happening, there's actually a lot going on with Hillcrest Village Shopping Center.  Construction plans are complete.  Repairs to the roof and other miscellaneous maintenance work will be starting late this month or in early June.  Construction on the shopping center is projected to start in July.  

Design of the park is complete and an artist has been chosen to create the public art piece that will front the park on Arapaho. Park construction is projected to start in the fall and be completed around the same time as the shopping center renovation wraps up in late spring of 2020. 

Because the park will be a public city park, its construction will be managed by the Dallas Park Department.

With regard to the vacant grocery store, negotiations between the owner and a potential lessee are ongoing. On a related note, Code Enforcement has been in discussions with the grocery store property manager about not allowing overnight truck parking on the Hillcrest side of the property. When I drove by a few evenings ago, nine 18-wheelers and a pickup truck were parked there. Because it's private commercial property, Code cannot cite for the parking if the owner chooses to allow it. However, the property owners have now contracted with a towing company to assist with removing the trailers off the lot.  

Sandy Greyson
Dallas City Council, District 12 


COMMUNITY MEETING ON THE

Re-development of the

HILLCREST VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER

If you missed the October 16th meeting regarding the re-development of Hillcrest Village here is a link that provides information about the re-development plans.

Click Here to download the information presented at the meeting (pdf).


 
 

Planning and Urban Design gave us the following two useful URLs.

The first one lists upcoming street repaving.  

http://dallascityhall.com/departments/public-works/Pages/pavement-management.aspx   

The next one is a bit harder to use/follow, but it covers the proposed alley work.

http://dallascityhall.com/departments/public-works/dallasbondprogram/Pages/proposition-detail.aspx?proposition=A  

The alleys were the ones identified in the 2017 bond package.


NDNA Membership

If your homeowner's association would like to become an NDNA Member, just click here and find your homeowner's association and then complete the 2019 Membership Application.

If you were a member in 2018 and have not updated your registration by March 30th, 2019, you will not be able to visit the Member's Only web pages without updating your registration and paying the annual dues. Just log into the "Members Only" web and then click on Complete NDNA 2019 Membership Form or if you were the President or the NDNA Designated Representative you can easily update your Membership by clicking on the Update Your HOA Membership Information link.

Please save the date - upcoming NDNA Meetings:

  • August 19th - General membership Meeting

Unless otherwise noted NDNA meetings are held in the community room at the North Central Dallas Police station (Hillcrest and McCallum).

The programs for NDNA’s upcoming meeting are still being developed. If you have an idea for a meeting program please share it with us at: President@ndna-tx.org

Thank you for your participation!


 
Click Here for More . . . .

FBI's Most Recent Press Releases for Saturday, August 24, 2019
FBI's Most Recent Press Releases for
Saturday, August 24, 2019