Annual Meeting tomorrow!

Let’s get together! The all-neighborhood Annual Gathering is tomorrow, Saturday January 21!

When: 11-12:30pm
Where: Black Box Theatre Room – Lochwood Library (11221 Lochwood Blvd.)

Not an HMNA member?

No matter–This is for everyone! This is the (2016) year-end meeting we typically have in the fall when things are extremely busy for everyone. Now that everyone’s freed up from shopping, cooking, and the holidays, let’s come together and have a good time! Bring the kids!

With many new families moving into our neighborhood during the past few years, we’re having a “get to know you” affair! Maybe you’re a long-time resident and haven’t had a chance to meet these ‘new folks on the block!’ Maybe you’re on ‘NextDoor’ and already know lots of names but haven’t met anyone yet. This is your opportunity to put faces to names, ’cause we’re counting on all our neighbors to come!

At the meeting, you’ll:

  • learn things about our neighborhood that you never knew before,
  • meet and get to hear a special visitor from the city attorney’s office,
  • meet a representative from Councilman McGough’s office,
  • meet a representative from the city Code Compliance Department,
  • learn about some ways we’re a unique, one-of-a-kind neighborhood,
  • meet lots of neighbors and some special volunteers,
  • enjoy some tasty refreshments,
  • learn about opportunities to keep Highland Meadows moving forward, and
  • meet our Petwatch, Crime Watch, V.I.P.-ers, Gardeners, and Board Members.

Attendees will have an opportunity to join our association for 2017. Your support is greatly appreciated.

See you there!

VIP: Training on September 17

The next Volunteers in Patrol (VIP) training will be Saturday, September 17th from 9:30am to 1:30pm at the DPD Northeast Division (9915 E. Northwest Highway).

The deadline to submit applications is Wednesday, September 14th. Grab a copy of the forms from the VIP page, then submit them for approval to Officer Mickey Hicks.

Submit your completed application, signed waivers, a photo copy of your Driver’s License or State ID, and Social Security Card via email, mail by USPS (if time allows), or in-person to Officer Hicks. (Click here to email him.) For more information, call 214-701-5580.

If you have any questions about our Neighborhood Patrol, you can contact our Patrol Captain Al here. New members are welcome!