President Robb Puckett

Robb details the upcoming Annual KNU Picnic set for Sunday, September 25th. Check back frequently for helpful information and dialogue on topics that relate to our neighborhood. A shout out to the many contributors and volunteers who stepped up to save a historical landmark. We thank you.


A Workingman’s Retrospect

Labor Day originated during one of American history’s most dismal chapters. In the late 1800s, at the height of the Industrial Revolution in the U.S., the average American worked 12-hour days and 7-day weeks just to make a basic living. Despite restrictions in some states, children as young as 5 or 6 toiled in mills, factories and mines across the country, earning a fraction of their adult counterparts’ wages. More...

Thanks to Your Support, We Reached the Top Step

After a long climb and a successful marketing campaign marked by neon orange signs with the simple slogan “Save the Steps”, neighborhood organizers realized their goal with a $71,000 donation made to the City of Dallas on July 28, 2016. After its launch, organizers asked KNU to adopt the campaign and placed it under the KNU Beautification Committee chaired by Cindy Pierce. More...

The Table is Set for the Annual KNU Picnic

We hope to see you on Sunday, September 25th for our Annual KNU Picnic at Roberts Forest on Turner Avenue. We’ll be setting up at 4pm and dinner will start at 5pm. This relaxed outing is a great way to mingle with neighbors and enjoy the start of fall and cooler temps! KNU will provide the main courses, and residents are encouraged to bring along a side dish or dessert. We’ll have live music, a bounce house, bean bag toss and horseshoes. This fun-filled evening is a favorite community event. We want to count you in, so please RSVP.
KNU Dues Update

Participating Households

  • 221 of 933 homes paid - 24%
  • 712 of 933 homes unpaid - 76%
NOCUPP Membership Update

Participating Households

  • 188 of 933 homes paid - 20%
  • 745 of 933 homes unpaid - 80%
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Let Us Know You’ll Be There

Please RSVP for our Annual KNU Picnic.

Home Tour is Just Around the Corner

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League’s 2016 Fall Home Tour is on October 15th and 16th. Learn more.

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Things To Do

Be sure to frequent the Monthly Events & Happenings page for things to do around town like concerts, special events, public meetings, free workshops, family-friendly activities, holiday festivities & more!


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New Neighbors Form

We’d like to extend a welcoming hand to our new neighbors. Please let us know who you are by completing the New Neighbors Form.

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