MAPS & DIRECTIONS
KNU Dues Update
- 298 of 927 homes paid - 32%
- 629 of 927 homes unpaid - 68%
NOCUPP Membership Update
NOV-APR 2020 PATROL CYCLE
- 162 of 927 homes paid - 17%
- 765 of 927 homes unpaid - 83%
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Our 2019 KNU Operating Budget for the neighborhood size is bare bones, and the modest $50 dues request is a drop in the bucket! Share the load and contribute to the daily operations in YOUR neighborhood. To pay your dues, click here.
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Things To Do
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KNU SUPPORTER SPOTLIGHT
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 .
16 (Monday) 12:01 am - 20 (Friday) 11:59 pm
All Day (Wednesday)
All Day (Tuesday)
District 1 Meet & Greet on Dec 4th
Councilman West and DISD Trustee Mackey are briefing residents on upcoming joint City-DISD area projects at Mercado369, 6pm. Meet your reps and join in the conversation. See flyer.
Branching Out Event on Dec 6th
Branching Out, a Dallas Parks & Recreation program, is reforesting your neighborhood park. There will be a volunteer-driven tree planting event at Kidd Springs Park on Dec 6th at 9am. Help add a permanent touch of green to this community space!
Zoning Request Change for Tyler/Davis Typo Campus
Good Space has applied for a historic preservation zoning change for a collection of legacy buildings in the Tyler-Polk-Davis area (Typo Campus) for private events & entertainment venues. A public hearing will be held sometime in Jan or Feb. Stay tuned…
Save Water Now, Lower Your Water Next Year
Saving water now, saves you money later because Dallas Water Utilities calculates your sewer charges for next year based on your water use during the winter. Food to know, so get saving! For more info, visit SaveDallasWater.com.
Save the Date: District 1 Town Hall Meeting
Plan to attend the District 1 Town Hall Meeting on Feb 4th at the Martin Weiss Rec Center Gym, 6-7:30pm. See flyer.
Your Library Card Gets You Free Access to Arts & Culture
Through an exciting partnership between the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture, the Dallas Public Library and 30 partnering arts organizations, Culture Pass Dallas gives library cardholders access to free admissions to visit local museums or attend theater, symphony, dance performances and more. All you need is your library card and PIN number. Visit culturepassdallas.com to learn more about the participating organizations and see how it works!
Get into Gear: Take the Transit Plan City Survey
Please take a minute to participate in the “Connect Dallas” online survey and lend your thoughts to the 5-year strategic transportation development plan that will connect Dallas. Take survey.
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