2017 KNU Officers

KNU President Jerry Sanchez introduces our new officers, and wishes all neighbors a prosperous New Year. A special Shout Out to our Friends and Supporters for your patronage this past year. You help nurture & strengthen our non-profit organization. Our gratitude and blessings to you…


We Hope We’re on Your List!

It’s that time of year again to pen your New Year’s resolutions, like loose a few pounds, take more frequent walks, or simply pause to smell the flowers. We hope that you will consider adding the suggested $50 KNU annual dues to your list, which in turn helps our neighborhood organization financially manage monthly maintenance, safety improvements, special projects and neighborhood events. More...

Historical Origins of Lucky Beans

In the Southern United States, eating black-eyed peas on New Year's Day is thought to bring prosperity in the new year. There are several legends as to the origin of this custom. In the Southern United States, the peas are typically cooked with a pork product for flavoring such as bacon, ham bones, fatback, or hog jowl, diced onion, and served with a hot chili sauce or a pepper-flavored vinegar. More...

Need to Borrow a Cup of Sugar, No Prob! Simply Consult your On-line KNU Directory…

The KNU on-line directory is just a sign-in away. But first, you need to create an account profile, drop in a photo of you, your family and any pets, and a few words about yourself, hobbies, profession, or special interests. You decide what you want to share with neighbors, including means of contact. To be included in the directory, some information is mandatory. More...

KNU Monthly Meeting Location & Time Change

Please note that our monthly KNU meeting place will now be at Kessler Park United Methodist Church in the Fellowship Hall at 1215 Turner Avenue. The new meeting time is at 6:30pm. Organization meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month, and are open to all member-residents. We encourage you to attend, have a voice and take an active role in the evolution of KNU. As we strive to provide more resources to our neighbors, we need folks to fill a few new key positions. More...

Remembrances from the Mountaintop

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an American federal holiday marking the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968). It is observed on the third Monday of January each year, which falls on or around King's birthday on January 15. King was the chief spokesman for nonviolent activism in the Civil Rights Movement, which successfully protested racial discrimination in federal and state law. More...
KNU Dues Update

JAN-DEC 2017

Participating Households

  • 0 of 927 homes paid - 0%
  • 927 of 927 homes unpaid - 100%
NOCUPP Membership Update


Participating Households

  • 175 of 927 homes paid - 19%
  • 752 of 927 homes unpaid - 81%
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Please Attend the District 1 Town Hall Meetings

Councilman Scott Griggs invites KNU residents to attend and give input at the upcoming District 1 Bond Package Town Hall Meetings. What area improvement projects do you want included in the 2017 Bond Program??? Read more.

Tuesday, January 17th
6:00 p.m.

Hitt Auditorium
Methodist Medical Center
1441 North Beckley Avenue

Tuesday, January 24th
6:00 p.m.

Martin Weiss Recreation Center
1111 Martindell Avenue



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.

Stay KNU Connected

Non-Residents: If you would like to receive KNU news & updates, scheduled events and other information, we’d like to add you to our database of extended family, friends, supporters, affiliates, preferred vendors & community partners.
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