Located in North Dallas bordering 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. See Map. Many are drawn to the neighborhood for its quiet streets, stately trees and magnificent homes. The association is purposed to 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.
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When: February 27th – Saturday 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Where: The R Bar – 9780 Walnut Street, Suite 280 ( Next to Bistro B at Walnut and Audelia)
$5.00 for WHNA Members and $7.00 for Non-Members
As we all know, it’s hard to have a great looking yard in January. The air is cold, the days are short, and there’s not a lot of green. It helps when your house’s exterior is already in great shape and the lawn is heathy and mowed going into winter. Inviting features like lawn chairs also warm things up. And plants native to the Southwest, such as Mexican feather grass, are a sure bet to look good all year long. For these reasons, 10101 Chisholm is our Yard of the Month. Congratulations Whispering Hills residents Giancarlo and Angelica!Continue reading
Drivers throughout Whispering Hills will be seeing red when it comes to stop signs. The 2016 WHNA Board approved a plan to have the city add red reflective post tape to EVERY stop sign pole in the neighborhood.Continue reading
The Whispering Hills Neighborhood has continued to remain a relatively safe neighborhood during 2015 even
though some of the neighborhoods to our south and west have spiked with crime activities over the last few years.
Whispering Hills Neighborhood only showed 49 incidents reported on the Dallas Police Department system for 2015. There have been a few others reported on social media apps (Nexdoor) that never had an incident report entered into the DPD system. Continue reading
New WHNA officers for the year 2016 – “Team 2016” – consists of Richard Pruitt, Holt Mitchell, Mary Walraven, Crystal Hughes, and Lynn Peltier. Ten ideas that have been developed are listed below. Priority of these ideas will be up to the membership.
- The city of Dallas will be putting together a list of items to be included in a 2016 bond program. We want to work with our new city council member, Adam McGough to get money in the bond program to cut entrance and exits in the median on Walnut for the Continue reading