Northwood Hills Homeowners Association ☆ P O Box 800874 ☆ Dallas, TX 75380-0874

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Paper Shredding and Electronics Recycling Event Sponsors Needed!

The Annual Paper Shredding & Electronics Recycling Event is a very popular FREE event for our members. We look forward to offering it again this year in early June. More specific details will be shared in upcoming MemberMails, but in the meantime, we need sponsors! Does your company or organization want more exposure? We have 1 more spot open at the $300 sponsorship level. Your entity's name and website link will be shared on our website and included in multiple MemberMails that go out to more than 800 email addresses. We'll display signage with your logo at the event, include you on a slide at our Annual Meeting, and reference you in an upcoming newsletter that gets mailed to more than 1,100 residences. Also, if you have any branded swag that you'd like to hand out at the event, that will be allowed too. The next sponsor to email president@northwoodhills.org and submit their payment will secure their spots. Thanks for your support!   Thanks to the sponsors who have already signed on!  Leslie Pulaski, Ebby Halliday Realtors Lower My Texas Property Taxes - appraisal notices have been sent out. If you want to protest, now is the time! Ready Roofing [...]

By |2024-04-22T11:22:10-05:00April 14th, 2024|Uncategorized|0 Comments

April 2024 Alley Clean-Up

The first weekend in April is the Annual April Alley Clean-Up. Since Bulk Trash pickup for Northwood Hills begins Monday, April 8, this is the perfect opportunity to tend to your alley and dispose of any brush or debris you clear out. Each homeowner is responsible for maintaining the area from their back property line to the center of the alley. That includes trimming bushes so they don't scrape cars or obstruct the alley. Trees that overhang the alley are required to be trimmed up 15 feet to allow clearance for garbage collection trucks. If trucks have to maneuver to avoid your branches, trash, or other debris, chances are they will cause damage to your alley in the process! Let's keep it clean.  

By |2024-04-02T11:39:23-05:00April 2nd, 2024|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Pepper Square Redevelopment Update 3

Neighborhood leaders recently met with property owner Greg Miller, representatives from Masterplan (consulting firm), D11 Plan Commissioner Brandy Treadway, and D11 Council Member Jaynie Schultz to discuss the status of the rezoning request for the northeast corner of Belt Line & Preston Roads, referred to as Pepper Square. The seemingly final proposal presented for feedback included many of the same aspects as prior proposals we've seen, with some variation in building height this time. To review the presentation, please click here. Essentially, the rezoning request is seeking approval for a mixed-use development to be built over the next 10 years that would include retail and/or restaurant options on the main floor and residential units above them. It would be built in 3 phases, with a 2 acre publicly-accessible park to be included in the first phase. If full allowable build-out is achieved, there would potentially be 1,550 residential units on the site, most likely all rental units, but possibly some owner-occupied units depending on market demand at the time future phases are started. The renderings in the presentation linked earlier show two options the property owner is considering. One would involve a 5-story building and the park, followed by a 12-story [...]

By |2024-02-28T17:19:15-06:00February 16th, 2024|Uncategorized|0 Comments

2024 Annual Meeting

The Northwood Hills Homeowners Association Annual Meeting took place on Tuesday, February 6th at 6:30pm at the Fretz Park Rec Center (6950 Belt Line Rd, behind the library). Updates were provided on the Association's activities including Security, Beautification, and Membership. New Board Members were elected. The 2023 Financials were shared and the 2024 Budget was approved. Questions and comments were welcomed at the conclusion of the business meeting.  The annual report with the recap of 2023 and a snapshot of what we hope to accomplish in 2024 can be found here.  Presentation slides from the meeting can be found here.  Thanks for your support of Northwood Hills HOA!  

By |2024-02-16T23:22:31-06:00January 23rd, 2024|Uncategorized|0 Comments

2024 NHHA Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities

NHHA provides multiple great opportunities to advertise your business or organization throughout the year. Ad space fills up quickly in the Breeze newsletter, but we probably will have a couple spots open for 2024. For rates and specs, click here. We also have events like the Annual Paper Shredding Event and Independence Day Parade & Festival that are fan-favorites and get your business lots of exposure. If you're interested in sponsoring something like that, please reach out.   New for 2024, we are now offering website and MemberMail sponsorships. Our website gets consistent daily impressions, with increased traffic around Dues Renewal time, the Annual Meeting, and 4th of July. Our MemberMail emails are sent to over 800 unique email addresses at least 2-3 times a month and consistently have a 60% or higher open rate. To learn more about what's available, review the opportunities here. Also be sure to take note of our Advertisers and Sponsorships Policy. Space is limited and sponsorship packages will be filled on a first come, first served basis. If you're interested after perusing the packages, reach out to us and we will confirm availability.

By |2023-12-13T13:16:48-06:00December 13th, 2023|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Pepper Square Redevelopment Update 2

  Neighborhood leaders from NHHA, Prestonwood Trail, and Woodbriar had a meeting with Greg Miller, Masterpan, and Council Member Jaynie Schultz in late October. The HOA leaders again reiterated that the majority of our residents are not happy with the latest proposal set forward for Pepper Square and are seeking a redevelopment that includes less height and less density. Miller and Masterplan have made it clear that there's a minimum amount of height and density necessary in order to justify the cost of redevelopment, especially if including a 2 acre park. We understand the developer has a profit motive, but HOA leaders charged them with reworking their proposal to include shorter towers, which in turn would reduce the number of residential units, in hopes of getting closer to the minimum. Basically, feedback from our residents has shown that we want to see a plan that revitalizes Pepper Square without overcrowding that corner, straining city resources, and drastically changing the landscape of our surrounding area. We are currently waiting on a revised proposal from Miller and Masterplan. Once received, we will share with residents so you can review, provide feedback, and we can discuss next steps. As of now, there is no [...]

By |2023-12-07T20:31:13-06:00December 7th, 2023|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Pepper Square Redevelopment Update

Many community meetings have been held since 2022 regarding the proposed rezoning of the Pepper Square site at the southeast corner of Belt Line and Preston Rd. If you have not been able to attend any of them, we urge you to get acquainted NOW with what is being proposed. The zoning request will likely make it in front of the City Plan Commission before the end of the year. A rezoning of that site has the potential to dramatically change our area. Neighborhood input is required to bring about modifications to the development plan that allow for the revitalization of the shopping center without overwhelming our neighborhood. We have the potential to enact PD (planned development) conditions at the time of a zoning change approval that would implement restrictions on top of what's allowed by right. Below is a brief recap of the latest proposal presented by Masterplan, on behalf of Henry S. Miller: The developer is requesting a change in zoning from CR (Community Retail) to MU2 (Multi-Use 2) at the Pepper Square Shopping Center. Multi-Use development allows options such as retail stores or services on the lower floor, and apartments, condos, or offices above them. The height [...]

By |2023-09-27T16:18:37-05:00August 11th, 2023|Uncategorized|0 Comments

NHHA Member Benefit: Free Paper Shredding and Electronics Recycling

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 thousands of 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 printers. With NHHA Board Members and volunteers 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. NHHA enjoys offering this beneficial service to its members and appreciates those who participated.  It's FREE for our members, thanks to our generous sponsors. If you are looking for a service provider inside the neighborhood, these sponsors are NWH residents, NHHA members, and have shown to consistently support our wonderful neighborhood: Mitra Shamsa, The Shamsa Group, Ebby Halliday Realtors  Jeff Thompson, Ready Roofing & Solar Melinda Spence, Compass Real Estate Leslie Pulaski, Ebby Halliday Realtors Make sure your NHHA membership is current so you stay in [...]

By |2023-06-10T13:53:37-05:00June 10th, 2023|Uncategorized|0 Comments

April Alley Clean-Up

The second weekend in April is the Annual April Alley Clean-Up. Since Bulk Trash pickup for Northwood Hills begins Monday, April 10, this is the perfect opportunity to tend to your alley and dispose of any brush or debris you clear out. Each homeowner is responsible for maintaining the area from their back property line to the center of the alley. That includes trimming bushes so they don't scrape cars or obstruct the alley. Trees that overhang the alley are required to be trimmed up 15 feet to allow clearance for garbage collection trucks. If trucks have to maneuver to avoid your branches, trash, or other debris, chances are they will cause damage to your alley in the process! Let's keep it clean.  

By |2023-04-03T18:00:30-05:00April 3rd, 2023|Uncategorized|0 Comments
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