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

Want to see what’s happening in Northwood Hills? The Northwood Hills Breeze gets published and mailed to residents about four times per year with tons of useful information including details about new regulations or initiatives from the city, helpful tips related to the particular season we’re in, a community calendar, a real estate report, contact information for Board members, a bulk trash collection schedule, and much more! Local businesses advertise in it as well, which helps to underwrite the cost of the publication and showcases service providers who cater to Northwood Hills. Read our most recent newsletter. To find out about some of our recent projects, check out our blog posts below. To learn more about the benefits of membership, visit the Benefits page.

Interested? Join now to start enjoying benefits immediately. Dues are $300 for the 2022 calendar year, so start your membership now to get the rest of 2021 for free! Please pay online or mail your check to NHHA, PO Box 800874, Dallas, TX 75380. Thanks for your support!


Holiday Decorations around Northwood Hills

Let us know if you’ve decorated your house or if you’ve seen some festive holiday decorations we should know about. Email to be included on the list. If you’re interested in viewing holiday decorations inside Northwood Hills, here are some addresses/blocks who are participating:

Area 1:

7626 and 7633 Dentcrest

7616, 7634, 7717, and 7720 Village Trail

Corner of Village Trail & Birchridge

7623 and 7724 Meadowhaven

7300 – 7700 block of Cliffbrook (lots!)

14508 Overview Dr

14414 and 14415 Overview Circle

14430 Edgecrest

7618 Larchview

Maplecrest block and cul-de-sac

7560 Stonecrest


Area 2:

14121 Brookridge Circle

6941 and 7009 Cliffbrook

6940, 7111, 7131, and 7140 Midcrest Dr

6950, 7131, and 7222 Mossvine Dr

7031, 7032, 7045, 7126, and 7232 Oakbluff

7105 Meadowcreek

Area 3:

6580 Cliffbrook

6827 and 6828 Cliffbrook

6720 Meadowcreek

Meadowcreek & Dartbrook

6800 block of Dartbrook

6711 Glenhurst

Mossvine Place cul de sac

14133 Oakpoint

6523 Spring Valley

Area 4:

Valleybrook Dr

6540 Calais

6206 Crestmere

6707 Dartbrook

Area 5:

Peyton & Meandering Way

13811 Peyton

13817 Peyton

13852 Sprucewood

Sprucewood between Meandering Way & Teakwood

13736 Ashridge

7227 Birchwood

7100 – 7200 blocks of Elmridge

7200 block of Paldao



By |December 6th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

NHHA Feedback Surveys for Members and Non-Members

The NHHA Board of Directors is interested in your feedback about our current programs, processes, and potential future improvements. We conducted a survey to help guide us in upcoming planning to lay the groundwork for an even better Northwood Hills neighborhood.
The survey focused on our existing NHHA programs and your satisfaction. 
The 5-10 minute survey included:
1)    A description of a current program offering, with examples of activities performed in that area. The list of examples will not be exhaustive, but will serve as a basis for forming an opinion. More details about our programs can be found on our website (, in prior Annual Reports, and in newsletters.
2)    A request for your opinion about our performance in each existing program.
3)    A request for your suggestions on what we should do differently or other services we should offer in each program.
4)   An opportunity to rank our benefits in order of importance.
5)    A free response section for you to provide general feedback regarding an area we didn’t ask about, or to make a suggestion for a program or activity we should offer.
The survey is now closed.
We really appreciate the time and effort of those residents who took part in helping shape our focus for 2021. We strive to earn your membership and be good stewards of your dues. General survey results will be shared during our Annual Meeting, held in the first quarter of next year.
NHHA Board of Directors
By |November 2nd, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

National Good Neighbor Day 2020

For the past few years, NHHA has celebrated National Good Neighbor Day in various ways in late September. We have recognized residents who exemplified what it means to be a Good Neighbor; we hosted block parties to celebrate the sense of community we enjoy in our neighborhood; we supported our local Dallas Fire & Rescue First Responders; we donated toys to Medical City Children’s Hospital and we hosted a blood drive.
This year, the NHHA Board wants to focus on supporting healthcare workers, who are facing unprecedented demands and risk in the midst of the global pandemic. One local healthcare facility which has been hit especially hard since March is Parkland Hospital. They admitted their first COVID-19 patient on March 11 and opened the Tactical Care Unit (TCU) two weeks later. At the height of their patient load, they had converted five different wards to be COVID-specific. Medical professionals worked 12 hour shift after 12 hour shift, sometimes up to 6 shifts a week. Often they lived apart from immediate family and avoided spending time with other loved ones, out of caution. Thankfully, Parkland was recently able to close the TCU and start caring for patients in individual rooms. But, Dr. Matt Leveno, the TCU’s medical director, says the fight is far from over and even if talk of COVID on the news has subsided, Parkland staff have to remain diligent.
NHHA believes this would be an ideal time to show support of Parkland personnel. The Volunteer Services Coordinator at Parkland said a great way to show love and appreciation is by sending meals to staff. It will save them time and money and possibly be a meal they might’ve skipped otherwise. She also said it will be an encouraging gesture that a neighborhood would think of them in a special way during this difficult time.
Parkland has detailed food donation guidelines, and the easiest way to ensure they are adhered to and that our effect is maximized, is for NHHA to pool donated funds from residents and arrange a mass delivery on or around September 28, National Good Neighbor Day. We will handle coordination between the food establishment and Parkland, so all we need from you is monetary support!
If you’d like to contribute to our efforts, there are a few ways to participate:
1) If you have a Paypal account, send your donation of any amount to
2) If you’d like to make a donation by check or cash, please reach out to any Board Member to arrange its pick-up/drop-off. Don’t leave funds in anyone’s mailbox or under their mat. We also ask that you don’t mail the check/cash to our PO Box, in case there is a delay with delivery.
NHHA will pool the donated funds and arrange the individually wrapped meals to be delivered in bulk from a local food establishment to Parkland. The deadline for participation has already passed, but please reach out if you’d like to see if you can still contribute.
The residents of our wonderful neighborhood consistently show themselves to be generous, friendly, and caring. Thanks for epitomizing what it means to be a good neighbor. YOU are what makes Northwood Hills a great place to live!
By |September 11th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments
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