The KNU Board would like to extend our sincere thanks to the many good neighbors, volunteers, sponsors, area businesses, cooperative organizations, our families and friends who contributed their time, energies & funds to accomplish the many projects, events & community strides in 2017. Your continued participation helps strengthen and enrich our neighborhoods and the Oak Cliff area. Again, thank you!
KNU Dues Update
- 0 of 927 homes paid - 0%
- 927 of 927 homes unpaid - 100%
NOCUPP Membership Update
NOV-APR PATROL CYCLE
- 182 of 927 homes paid - 20%
- 745 of 927 homes unpaid - 80%
Holiday Sights In The Neighborhood…
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
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!
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
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.
Please report any improper conduct or misuse of this site, or inappropriate content, language, or posts. Kessler Neighbors United (KNU) serves as the Neighborhood Association of Greater Kessler Park, https://www.kesslerneighborsunited.org/ is our official website. All site content is used solely for the purposes of communicating general information about our organization, and sharing topics and subject matter relevant to our members/residents.
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 .
15 (Monday) 12:01 am - 19 (Friday) 11:59 pm
(Monday) 6:30 pm
Kessler Park UMC Fellowship Hall
1215 Turner Ave, Dallas, TX 75208
What’s the Future of Wynnwood Village? Learn More on Jan 18th…
Share in the re-development vision at 6pm, 655 W Illinois Ave, Bldg 100 Ste 132 (next to Rainbow). Councilman Griggs invites you to join in. For more info, click here.
Heads up for the Dallas Urban Ultra Marathons on Jan 20th
Eastbound lanes of Commerce on Commerce Street Bridge will be affected from 12 noon to 9pm. See map.
Upcoming 2018 KNU Dues Drive, Please Add Us to Your Resolutions List
It’s almost time again to pledge your $50 and support neighborhood maintenance, special projects & activities. We can’t do it without you! Click here to renew.
Quick Link to Code Compliance
Foster a clean, healthy & safe living environment while preventing physical blight to Dallas neighborhoods. Code Compliance enforces City Ordinances by inspecting both residential and commercial properties for violations that may threaten the general public’s safety. To report a violation or search common city code violations, click here.
Don’t feel bleu, Jan 20th is (National) Cheese Lover’s Day
Here’s some gouda trivia…
- There is between 900 – 1,400 varieties of cheese, all classified by texture & more flavorful at room temperature.
- Americans consume over 31 lbs. of cheese per year. The French eat over 50 lbs. of cheese per year.
- Cheese was first made between 7,500 and 8,000 B.C., first discovered by accident in Poland and/or Arabia.
- The world’s largest cheese was put on display on this day in 1964 at the New York World’s Fair, weighing over 34,000 lbs.
There is no identifying creator of this day, and the “National” designation requires an act of congress or presidential proclamation. Who cares, pair with wine and friends!