Westhollow Society spearheaded and implemented a funding drive for the Park Forest neighborhood’s Sign Topper funding.

After the sign was designed by Donovan Lord for the Park Forest neighborhood, a funding drive was begun which successfully funded in only 6 weeks!

The signs have been ordered and will be installed by June of this year.

Many thanks to the donors and those that helped to make this a reality.  This is merely one of the many services Westhollow Society provides to the neighborhoods in Northwest Dallas.

Our next step is to present our preliminary Master Plan for Westhollow to the residents for feedback and input.

Give us your feedback at info@westhollowsociety.org!


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Westhollow Society is sponsoring the drive to raise funds for the Park Forest neighborhood’s sign toppers.  We are utilizing IndieGoGo, similar to Kickstarter, to coordinate the funding and pledges.

This will help to give Park Forest an identity that it currently lacks within the scope of Dallas neighborhoods.  It will ultimately help to raise property values, recognition, and the sense of community within both Park Forest and Westhollow in general.

The pledge drive has 60 days to fund the project.

Click Here To Donate

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NW Dallas Street Repaving Petition

The Streets in the Northwest Dallas area (Westhollow) are in extremely bad shape. A WFAA News 8 story this year stated that the streets in District 13 of Dallas are in worse shape than all other districts. Ann Margolin is the City Council member for District 13.

These issues have been brought to her attention numerous times as well as the Streets department of the City of Dallas. However, no action has been taken other than occasional patching.

Patching the streets is not enough as most streets are crumbling, bumpy, and need to be completely repaved. From our own research, the last time this was done in the neighborhood was over 30 years ago.

In 2006 there was a bond election for improving the streets in Dallas. However, Park Forest has yet to see any improvement as a result of this bond package yet are paying higher taxes as a result of it. Several streets have been completely ignored.

The citizens of the Northwest Dallas (Westhollow) neighborhood (South of LBJ, North of Walnut Hill, East of I35 and West of Midway, demand that our streets be repaved by order of condition (from worst to least needed repair). Neighborhoods in Westhollow demanding repaving of our streets include Park Forest, Northaven Park, Royal Hills, Sparkman Club, Timberbrook, Webster Grove, Coral Hills, Highland Meadows, Glen Cove, Walnut Hills, Chapel Downs, and others.

Westhollow residents are tax paying citizens and are tired of seeing surrounding neighborhoods receive attention to their streets, sidewalks, and other infrastructure, but nothing is done for the crumbling of our own.

This petition is a plea to the City of Dallas, to Ann Margolin, the City of Dallas Streets department, etc. to immediately begin repairing our streets by repaving them completely, not merely patching with asphalt.


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