The Northwood Hills Homeowners Association Annual Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, February 12th at Fretz Park Recreation Center (the building next door to Fretz Library). Arrive between 6:30 and 7pm to sign in, enjoy some light refreshments, and find your seat. The business meeting will start promptly at 7pm. We'll start out with an update on city happenings from Council Member Kleinman's office, then updates will be provided on the Association's activities including Security, Beautification, Membership, and Special Projects. The 2018 NHHA Financials and proposed 2019 Budget will also be shared. Questions and comments will be welcomed at the conclusion of the business meeting. No need to RSVP this year, but if you have a question in advance of the meeting, please email the President. If you can't attend, the 2019 Report to the Membership should provide an accurate picture of what was accomplished last year and what we hope to achieve this year.
For the past few years, NHHA has celebrated National Good Neighbor Day in late September by recognizing the kind and thoughtful people who live around us, facilitating donations of goods and gift cards for our Dallas Fire & Rescue First Responders, and collecting toys and stuffed animals for children undergoing treatment at Medical City Children's Hospital. This year, NHHA partnered with Carter BloodCare to host a blood donation drive in honor of National Good Neighbor Day. Carter is the primary blood supplier to more than 200 medical facilities and there are about 600 to 800 patients daily who require blood transfusions. Blood products are certainly needed during emergencies, but everyday activities require them too - surgeries, C-section deliveries, transplants, anemia, cancer treatments, etc. What better way to be a Good Neighbor than by donating something that could save a life? To make it easy, we brought the Carter BloodCare bus to the YouFit parking lot at 7989 Belt Line Rd (located in the Spring Creek Village shopping center at the northwest corner of Coit and Belt Line). Snacks, drinks, and a thank you gift were provided after donation. We are very grateful to the residents who supported our [...]
NHHA partnered with the City of Dallas Office of Emergency Management to offer an interactive training for our residents to help prepare for the next disaster or severe weather event. The presentation helped residents: identify potential hazards in our area; learn what to do before, during, and after a disaster; learn how to make a plan and build an emergency kit; and get a refresher on how to stay informed. Each participant received checklists on what to include in home emergency kits, Grab 'n Go bags, car emergency kits, and office emergency kits. Free first aid kits were also handed out. A big thanks to Rafael Ferreira with the Office of Emergency Management for a great presentation. We also appreciate the NWH residents who took advantage of this free and easy opportunity for increasing our community preparedness.
One of NHHA’s most popular member benefits, the Annual Shred Event, took place in early June. Over the span of three hours, NHHA Members lost over 7,000 pounds – pounds of paper and electronics, that is. Thanks to Action Shred, sensitive documents were shredded on-site, usually before the Member even drove away! They also collected old, broken, or unused electronics for recycling. Quite a few members were grateful to clear up closet space previously occupied by outdated computer towers and televisions. With NHHA Board Members directing traffic and unloading cars, the process for drop-off was quick and easy. Members undoubtedly saved time and money by utilizing this FREE service inside the neighborhood. As a great complement to the paper shredding and electronics recycling, NHHA also coordinated with Goodwill to have a trailer and employee on-site to collect gently used household items for donation. Sighs of relief were heard from members as bag after bag was unloaded from their cars. Since donated goods equate to hours of employment for those they serve, we are grateful to our residents for their contributions to Goodwill! NHHA enjoys offering this beneficial service to its members and appreciates those who participated. We look forward to [...]
Robert served Northwood Hills from 1989-1992 and helped set the foundation for what NHHA is today.
Stewart served as NHHA President from 1992-1993.
Brenda served as NHHA President from 1993-1997.
Larry served as NHHA President from 1998-1999.
Fred served as NHHA President from 2000-2003.
Gene served as NHHA President from 2004-2007.