Check out our newly resurfaced tennis courts…
A great collaboration effort was made by North Oak Cliff Green Space, KNU and Dallas Parks Department. “Game!”
NO DUES…. No Lights, No Grounds Maintenance, No Safety Improvements, No Events, No Operations
KNU Dues Update
- 207 of 927 homes paid - 22%
- 720 of 927 homes unpaid - 79%
NOCUPP Membership Update
MAY-OCT PATROL CYCLE
- 162 of 927 homes paid - 17%
- 765 of 927 homes unpaid - 83%
KNU’s Picnic, Flo’s 95th Birthday Bash and Spring Beautification Day…
Please send us a selfie or photo of your tee time, a night on the town or special event, a backyard BBQ gathering, a dinner party soiree, a cameo of you and your pet, volunteering for a passionate cause, or any fave snapshot that captures and celebrates KNU living!
EVENTS & HAPPENINGS
Things To Do
Check out these links for things to do around town like concerts & gigs, parks & recreation, museum exhibits, foodie finds and area digs, family-friendly events, nature outings, and what’s going down at the library…
We’d like to extend a welcoming hand to our new neighbors and drop off a care package at your door. Please let us know who you are by creating a Resident Account Profile. We look forward to meeting you!
STAY KNU CONNECTED
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MAPS & DIRECTIONS
KNU SUPPORTER SPOTLIGHT
NOAA’s forecasters predict a 70-percent likelihood of 10 to 16 named storms (winds of 39 mph or higher), of which 5 to 9 could become hurricanes (winds of 74 mph
NOAA’s forecasters predict a 70-percent likelihood of 10 to 16 named storms (winds of 39 mph or higher), of which 5 to 9 could become hurricanes (winds of 74 mph or higher), including 1 to 4 major hurricanes (category 3, 4 or 5; with winds of 111 mph or higher). An average hurricane season produces 12 named storms, of which 6 become hurricanes, including 3 major hurricanes. Be prepared for an above-normal season either blowing in from the Gulf or while vacationing in other parts!
Month Long Event (june)
Once-a-month collection from the front curb includes large limbs, shrubbery, bagged leaves (in sealed bags with a maximum 50 gallon capacity), furniture, appliances, mattresses and box springs. Items must be
Once-a-month collection from the front curb includes large limbs, shrubbery, bagged leaves (in sealed bags with a maximum 50 gallon capacity), furniture, appliances, mattresses and box springs. Items must be on the front curb for collection no later than 7:00 A.M. the Monday of your pick-up week. It is also important to remember that items should not be set out for pick up earlier than 7:00 A.M. on the Thursday preceding your collection week (see the Bulk Collection Calendar for early setout dates).
Do not put bagged grass clippings, new construction or remodeling materials such as lumber or roofing materials out for brush collection. Call 311 or (214) 670-5111 when calling from outside the city limits to get a free estimate on our Cost Plus service to pick up construction or remodeling materials. Please note that bricks, concrete, rocks, dirt, paint, oil and hazardous containers are not collected in either the Cost Plus or regular brush and bulky trash collection services .
18 (Monday) 12:01 am - 22 (Friday) 11:59 pm
The summer solstice is also known as midsummer in historic pagan cultures. It occurs when a planet's rotational axis, or geographical pole on either its Northern or its Southern Hemisphere
The summer solstice is also known as midsummer in historic pagan cultures. It occurs when a planet’s rotational axis, or geographical pole on either its Northern or its Southern Hemisphere is tilted closest to the sun. On the summer solstice, Earth’s tilt toward the Sun is 23.44°.
All Day (Thursday)
(Monday) 6:30 pm
Kessler Park UMC Fellowship Hall
1215 Turner Ave, Dallas, TX 75208
Kidd Springs Concert Festival June 8th at 5pm, FREE
Don’t miss the Dallas Symphony, Ballet Folklorico, kids activities, artisans & vendors, food trucks and more as part of the Dallas Parks concert series in our area! More details….
It was a delightful afternoon in the company of 75 plus neighbors and guests at the Annual KNU Picnic in May. Thanks to organizer Lila Belitz, worker bees & volunteers, all that attended and prepared a dish, and the many favors from folks who make these events possible. Fun & frolic was had by all! See you next year…
Mark Your Calendar for the Krawl
The Kessler Krawl will be held on October 13th. The trusty calorie-busting stroll from home to home will make way for neighbors and friends, good food and drink. We’ll keep you posted on event details.
Hiking/Biking Trail Etiquette & Emergency System
Need to brush up on trail do’s and don’ts or need help along the way? Click here for valuable information provided by Dallas Park & Recreation.
2x Week Permanent Watering Schedule in Force
Click here for the watering schedule & other FAQs. Also sign up for Weekly Watering Advice, calculate sprinkler and drip irrigation rates, sprinkler repair fixes & video, and other helpful information. Remember to save water, nothing can replace it!