Whispering Hills Neighborhood Association


Welcome to Whispering Hills!

Located in North Dallas, bordered by Richardson to the north and Garland to the east, Whispering Hills is comprised of 615 homes built in the late 1970's to early 1980's.

Many are drawn to the neighborhood for its quiet streets, stately trees and magnificent homes. The association's purposes are assuring the beauty, safety, and stability of the neighborhood and surrounding community, promoting neighborliness and pride among the residents, being a focal point for social programs and activities in the neighborhood, and representing residents in matters affecting the Whispering Hills community.

WHNA's mailing address is WHNA, 10323 Cimmaron Trail, Dallas, TX 75243.

WHNA is not using the "Membership" feature of this site. Please do not request membership access. The entire website may be used WITHOUT signing in.




Join us at Spring Creek BBQ, 270 N. Central Expressway (east side north of Belt Line) at 6:30 p.m.

All Whispering Hills residents are welcome. Let Paulette Standefer know you are coming so she can tell the restaurant how much seating is needed. Email Paulette at



Whispering Hills neighbors, who are concerned about Short-Term Rentals in our neighborhood that are causing the “Loss of Neighborhood” in so many ways, need to let our City Councilman, Adam McGough, know by emails and phone calls NOW.

For more information about this important subject, see Information about Short-Term Rentals under Pages & Links below.

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Mar 27: Brush & Bulky Trash Pick-Up
Apr 1: VIP Training Class
Apr 11: WHNA Monthly Board Meeting on Zoom
Apr 24: Brush & Bulky Trash Pick-Up
Dallas, Texas 75243

Volunteers in Patrol Training Class

The next VIP training class will be Saturday, April 1, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the Lochwood Branch Library, 11221 Lochwood Boulevard. A flyer with more information can be found under Pages & Links > VIP/Crime Watch.

Please consider attending this four-hour course if you are interested in preserving the safety of our neighborhood.

For more info, contact Mike Gorman at WHNAvipcoordinator