Welcome to our neck of the woods…
KNU is the neighborhood association for greater Kessler Park in Dallas, Texas. Named after Dallas’ first City Planner George E. Kessler, we are often referred to as Dallas’ hidden jewel of a neighborhood because of our picturesque location, elevated topography, mature landscape, natural beauty, and impressive architecture. Our most important asset is our residents, who enjoy living in a vibrant community tucked away on the perimeter of a major urban center. We have easy access to two interstate highways (I-30 and I-35E), providing a quick commute to other parts of the city. Our residents take great pride in their homes, streets and public spaces, and relationships. Neighborhood events are well attended, folks tend to know your name, and the climate is just right for forging new friendships and social circles. We are a diverse community, bound by a love of our distinctive neighborhood and little slice of paradise. Newcomers are always welcomed. We are Kessler Neighbors United!
- Board meetings are held monthly at 6:30pm at the Fellowship Hall of Kessler Park United Methodist Church. ALL residents are encouraged to attend. Please check the calendar for dates and location map. If you have a specific topic or issue that you would like to discuss at the meeting, please contact us in advance so that we can allot dedicated time on the agenda.
2019 KNU Officers (from left): Lila Belitz, Secretary & KNU Picnic; Dale Miner, VP & Kessler Krawl; Susan Via, President; and Carlos Knolf, Treasurer. KNU Committee Chairs, Other Positions & Representatives (not pictured): Cindy Pierce, Beautification & North Oak Cliff Greenspace; Robb Puckett, Communications; Jerry Sanchez, Conservation District; Ron Veech, Holiday Lights; Patty Brooks, Membership; Robbie Miller, New Neighbors & Socials; Jacquelin Block, Streetscapes; Contributions (vacancy); Store (vacancy); Terry Egger, NOCUPP Representative; Donna Hitt, Heritage Oak Cliff Representative; and Mark Drennan, Heritage Oak Cliff Representative.