MAPS & DIRECTIONS
KNU Dues Update
- 0 of 927 homes paid - 0%
- 927 of 927 homes unpaid - 100%
NOCUPP Membership Update
NOV-APR 2020 PATROL CYCLE
- 174 of 927 homes paid - 19%
- 753 of 927 homes unpaid - 81%
Holiday Lights sightings, new safety signs, and Kessler/Stevens Park Book Club gathering at the home of Linda Pauze…
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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…
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KNU SUPPORTER SPOTLIGHT
All Day (Monday)
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 .
20 (Monday) 12:01 am - 24 (Friday) 11:59 pm
All Day (Friday)
(Monday) 6:30 pm
Kessler Park UMC Fellowship Hall
1215 Turner Ave, Dallas, TX 75208
DPD Chief Hall’s Listening Session on Jan 14th @ Tyler St. UMC
Please join Chief Hall and District 1 Councilmember Chad West on Jan 14th, 6pm at Tyler St. UMC, 927 W. 10th St., for a public discussion on our community’s top priorities. The DPD is working to address the recent multiple complaints of random gunfire in Oak Cliff. Voice your concerns and recommendations! See flyer.
Neighborhood Public Meetings in Jan for HUD Grant Funds
Provide your input for the use of federal funds for low and moderate-income individuals and programs by attending one of the many scheduled public meetings in Jan. See dates, times and locations.
How-To Get Rid of It
Want a quick reference on how to recycle or dispose of an item, like what and what doesn’t go on the curb, where to drop off hazardous goods and how to ditch used cutlery and other weird items. Click here and type in the item name or pick from a list provided by the City of Dallas’ Sanitation Services. You can also type in your address and check your bulk pickup schedule. KNU makes every effort to keep you informed on up-to-date Bulk Trash Pick Up dates, storm-related or holiday suspensions or changes.
Crime is Chilling, So Let’s Blanket the Neighborhood with NOCUPP
The NOCUPP Winter-Spring Membership Drive is underway. Sign up for just $1 a day and snuggle up in a protective cloak of benefits! The more resident participation, the more blanketed protection. Join NOCUPP and invest in a restful night’s sleep.
District 1 Town Hall Meeting On Feb 4th
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 Opens Doors to Art & Culture
Visit culturepassdallas.com to learn more about the participating organizations and see how it works! 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.
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