President Robb Puckett

Robb talks about the many community events & updates in October. Check back frequently for helpful information and dialogue on topics that relate to our neighborhood. A shout out to our new Supporters and Friends.  We thank you!


Tee Off at Greenspace’s Golf for the Parks Tourney on October 10th

Sign up for the Florida Scramble Golf Tourney to be held at Stevens Park Golf Course, and score an ace for Greenspace and community enhancement efforts! Plus, you can drive off in a brand spanking new ride, courtesy of Sewell Subaru, this year’s Hole-In-One Sponsor. Seriously, hit 'em long & hit 'em straight! Sign up as a foursome, or enter as a single, twosome or threesome and the Pro will assign you to a team. More...

Raise your Rake for Fall Beautification Day

It’s that time of year again for sprucing up the neighborhood grounds. Fall Beautification Day is set for October 22nd starting at 8:30am, with lunch being provided by KNU. We need volunteers, so please raise your rake for the occasion! It’s a great way to mingle with neighbors, get a little exercise and enjoy the autumn air. Count me in.

Learn about NOCUPP & Meet the Off-Duty Police Officers Patrolling KNU on Oct 25th

North Oak Cliff United Police Patrol (NOCUPP) is hosting an informative session at Turner House on Tuesday, October 25th at 7pm. Patrol officers will be there to meet residents and share stats. Membership subscriptions for the 6-month Winter Patrol Cycle begins in November and costs $182.50, or just $1 a day. Added perks include direct access to the patrol officer’s cell phone, vacation watch, construction watch and early alarm response. More...

Upcoming KNU Officer Elections and Call for Nominations

It that time of year to ask neighbors for their participation in KNU Officer nominations and the election process! Please consider active community involvement and let your voice be heard. This year’s KNU Nominations Committee is chaired by Jason Graves, Cindy Pierce, and Ron Veech, charged with preparing the slate of candidates for the 2017 officer positions. More...

Annual KNU Picnic Reset for November 6th

A rainy day kept our picnic away! So we’ve reset the date for Sunday, November 6th come no rain and lots of shine. Please take a moment and RSVP for the new date. This relaxed neighborhood event will be held at Roberts Forest on Turner Avenue at 4pm. Neighbors are encouraged to bring along a side dish or dessert. More...

Buried History

The oldest public cemetery in Dallas County is located right here in Oak Cliff, and dates back to the 1830s when Kentucky native and settler William Beaty staked his home in the Texas Republic in the vast wilderness shading the Trinity River. Soon after the Battle of the Alamo, Beaty settled on a 640-acre tract of land, and in 1846 deeded 10 acres of his original stake to be used for burial purposes for the new settlement and as a resting place for his beloved brother. More...

Distant Howls of Halloween

We call it Halloween, but the October 31st fright night begs many names – Halloween, Hallowe’en, All halloween, All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve – and many religious rituals. It is widely believed that many Halloween traditions originated form the ancient Celtic harvest festival Samhain, and that this Gaelic observance rooted in pagan practices was Christianized by the early Church. More...
KNU Dues Update

Participating Households

  • 243 of 933 homes paid - 26%
  • 690 of 933 homes unpaid - 74%
NOCUPP Membership Update

Participating Households

  • 189 of 933 homes paid - 20%
  • 744 of 933 homes unpaid - 80%
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2017 Bond Program

District 1 Councilman Scott Griggs is hosting two town hall meetings and urges you to attend to discuss which city services and infrastructure projects in our neighborhoods to include in the 2017 bond program. You voice matters.

Meeting One
Wednesday, Oct 12, 6pm
Hampton-Illinois Library (Black Box Theatre)
2951 S. Hampton Rd., Dallas

Meeting Two
Tuesday, Oct 18, 6pm
Methodist Dallas Medical Center (Hitt Auditorium)
1441 N. Beckley Ave., Dallas

Review a preliminary inventory of proposed District 1 projects for the 2017 bond program. Project revisions and suggestions are encouraged.


Create an Account Profile

For KNU Residents Only: 1. Click on the Log-In button on Menu. 2. Click on Register and fill out form. 3. You will receive an email with an account activation link, click on link. 4. Log-in to the website using your username / password. This final action will automatically turn on your profile in the Directory. You can manage your profile information, reach out to neighbors, and access all website features.



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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