North Dallas
Neighborhood Alliance

 

LBJ Lane Closures

Be certain to check for the multitude of changes and bridge closures which will be impacting all traffic on LBJ and bridges...... their website is:

 http://www.lbjexpress.com/


Jazz in the Atrium

Thursdays


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


 

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Click Here for the NDNA Home Page

- General Membership Meeting -

North Dallas Midtown Vision
The Valley View – Galleria Area Plan

TUESDAY, April 28th
7:00-8:30 PM

NORTH DALLAS POLICE STATION COMMUNITY ROOM
6969 MCCALLUM/HILLCREST

  • What are the latest developments?

  • What are the significant changes from the original vision for Midtown development?

  • What is the timeline for construction?

We are pleased to have as our guest Bruce Bradford, President & CEO of the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce, who will provide an overview and update on the latest developments with the Midtown development (Valley View – Galleria Area Plan) the 450 acres that include Valley View Center and its surrounding areas.

Council Member Lee Kleinman will also attend and give us information on happenings in our Districts and at City Hall. Additionally, there will be a Police report regarding crime and the current Police initiatives in the North Central Patrol Area.
 


- Neighborhood HOA meeting -

A new Golden Chick Restaurant is being planned for the SE corner of
Hillcrest & Campbell south of CVS.

In response to neighborhood concerns, Councilmember Sandy Greyson has invited Mr. Mark Parmerlee, President of Golden Chick to attend a Neighborhood HOA meeting on:

Monday, April 27, 2015 from 7PM-9PM
Campbell Green Recreation Center (gymnasium)
16600 Park Hill Drive, Dallas TX 75248,

(214-670-6314)

The meeting is open to the public.

If you have questions, please contact Councilmember Sandy Greyson's Assistant Navaz Kayani Irani at 214-670-4067, navaz.kayaniirani@dallascityhall.com, or her Secretary Cherelle Belcher, 214-671-8921, cherelle.belcher@dallascityhall.com


 City of Dallas’
Neighborhood Plus Plan
Thursday, April 30, 2015
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Inspire Dallas

The City of Dallas’ Office of Planning & Neighborhood Vitality (PNV) invites you, your neighbors and surrounding communities to attend a special introductory workshop to announce a new initiative: Neighborhood Plus Plan.

The goal of the Neighborhood Plus Plan is to create and promote healthy, sustainable neighborhoods throughout Dallas. Your input will help guide us towards the changes and improvements you would like to see in your neighborhoods. The insight you provide is of the utmost importance to the improvement of Dallas neighborhoods and communities. 

Planning & Neighborhood Vitality is planning a series of area workshops for neighborhoods, communities, and business groups throughout the City to discuss how this can be achieved. Attendance is open to all groups and individuals. Please visit our website below and read the accompanying introduction as this will help you prepare for your area’s meeting.

The second area Neighborhood Plus Plan community meeting will be held at Bachman Recreation Center, 2750 Bachman Dr. on Thursday, April 30, 2015, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM. If you are unable to attend this meeting, other meetings will be scheduled in the near future. You will be notified of future meetings.

Please visit our website: www.inspire-dallas.org  for more information and interactive surveys.

Come join us and learn how your neighborhood can be included in this bold plan.


Park and Recreation Department
Park Maintenance Services Newsletter 

City of Dallas, Park Maintenance Services newsletter

Click Here to Download the quarterly City of Dallas, Park Maintenance Services newsletter.
 


 

The City of Dallas is encouraging neighborhood, religious, community, school and business groups to participate in a citywide Spring cleanup. Operation Beautification will take place Saturday, May 16

Registration for Operation Beautification began April 2 and ends May 11. It’s all in an effort to keep our neighborhoods free of trash/brush, maintain healthy and sustainable neighborhoods and foster civic engagement through community-led cleanups in our neighborhoods.

Operation Beautification was initiated by the City Council back in 2012 and every year it gets bigger. A total of 134 groups have participated and more than 82 tons of trash has been collected citywide since it all started.

The City will coordinate with participating groups to provide out-of-schedule trash collection for neighborhoods that choose to join this special event. 

Cleanup projects are determined by each participating group. 

Register NOW

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 31, 2015

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
Joe Yanez - Planning & Neighborhood Vitality
(214) 671-8873
joe.yanez@dallascityhall.com

Neighborhood groups encouraged to register for citywide Spring cleanup;

Registration for Operation Beautification begins today

Dallas – The City of Dallas is encouraging neighborhood, religious, community, school and business groups to participate in a citywide Spring cleanup. Operation Beautification will take place Saturday, May 16. 

Registration for Operation Beautification begins today and ends May 11. It’s all in an effort to keep our neighborhoods free of trash/brush, maintain healthy and sustainable neighborhoods and foster civic engagement through community-led cleanups in our neighborhoods.

“Operation Beautification was initiated by the City Council back in 2012 and every year it gets bigger,” said Joe Yanez, Planning & Neighborhood Vitality Coordinator for the City of Dallas. “A total of 134 groups have participated and more than 82 tons of trash has been collected citywide since it all started.”

The City will coordinate with participating groups to provide out-of-schedule trash collection for neighborhoods that choose to join this special event. 

Cleanup projects are determined by each participating group. 

Register NOW

FAQs


Puzzled about what to buy for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day? 
Try a brick!

Bricks
Another order is starting to build, probably for a mid-2015 installation.  We have 11 orders – need 20 to proceed.  See http://www.prestonridgetrail.org/brickpavers.htm  for the details.

Pruning
Can you help us?  Any amount of time.  We do it to encourage faster growth and better looking trees.  Please make contact with us to help so that we don’t duplicate effort. 

Announce and pass left
We are working on getting some of these to improve safety.  If you cycle – ANNOUNCE!

Rod Scales
VP Beautification
Friends of Preston Ridge Trail, Inc

972.679.8359


VALLEY VIEW - GALLERIA AREA PLAN

The OmniPlan site – Valley View – Galleria Area Plan PDF can be viewed by clicking here:

Draft Valley View – Galleria Area Plan
(PowerPoint PDF with 85 slides updated 05-01-2013)

The Beck Venture’s Website addressing disclosed plans for this developer’s concepts on their 106  acres is available at:

http://www.dallasmidtown.com/

The Dallas Plan Commission will be holding a further hearing on this plan on the afternoon of May 16th and  City Council will hold their hearing on May 22nd.


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 2015 Membership Application.

If you were a member in 2014 and have not updated your registration by March 30th, 2015, 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 2015 Membership Form (2015 Membership) 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 (Update Membership) link. Thank you for your participation!


 
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April 10th, 2015

Violent Gangs: Kidnapping Crew Targeted Criminal Community

Inside the illegal enterprise of a violent street gang that targeted other criminals. Details


April 1st, 2015

Two Men Sentenced on Federal Drug Charges

A Tyler resident, along with his Houston co-conspirator, have been sentenced to federal prison. Juan Gutierrez-Mojica, 44, of Tyler, was sentenced to 180 months for conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine, and money laundering. Details


March 25th, 2015

Female Bank Robber Faces Federal Charge

Starlene Delacruz, 31, of Lubbock, Texas, has been charged in a federal complaint with robbing the Prosperity Bank on University Avenue in Lubbock on Friday, March 13, 2015. Details


March 17th, 2015

Convicted Fraudster Pleads Guilty in Federal Court to Failing to Surrender for Service of Sentence

An Irving, Texas, man, who was sentenced to serve 70 months in federal prison in an investor fraud case, pleaded guilty this morning to the federal offense of failing to surrender to serve that sentence. Michael David Carroll, 39, faces a maximum statutory penalty of 10 years in federal prison, to be served consecutively to the sentence imposed on his prior conviction. He also faces up to a $250,000 fine. Sentencing is set for June 29, 2015. Details


March 4th, 2015

Federal Grand Jury Indicts Rockwall Man on Prepubescent Child Pornography Offenses

Christian C. Winchel, 48, of Rockwall, Texas, was indicted yesterday by a federal grand jury in Dallas on multiple federal child pornography offenses involving prepubescent child pornography. Details


March 3rd, 2015

Dallas Man Faces Up to 10 Years in Federal Prison for Transporting Woman from Oklahoma to Texas to Engage in Prostitution

Justin Dishon Brathwaite, 27, of Dallas, Texas, appeared in federal court today and pleaded guilty to one count of transportation of individuals to engage in prostitution. Details


February 10th, 2015

Defendants Sentenced in Drug Distribution Conspiracy

Two defendants, who pleaded guilty in June 2014 to their respective roles in a crack cocaine/cocaine powder distribution conspiracy that operated in Wichita Falls and McAllen, Texas, have been sentenced. Details


February 3rd, 2015

Search Engine Optimizer Admits Extorting Money from a Local Merger and Acquisitions Firm

William Stanley, 52, a/k/a “William Laurence,” “Bill Stanley,” “William Davis,” “William Harris,” and “William L. Stanley,” pleaded guilty today to one count of Hobbs Act—Extortion. He faces a maximum statutory penalty of 20 years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine. Details


February 2nd, 2015

Hoodie Bandit

Black Hoodie Bandit Sought by Dallas FBI Violent Crimes Task Force

The Dallas FBI Violent Crimes Task Force and local law enforcement authorities are requesting the public’s assistance to identify the suspect believed to be responsible for robbing up to nine banks in six metroplex cities since November 2014. Details


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Tuesday, April 28, 2015