HOA Subdivision Associations in Dallas
Belmont Conservation District - Offering a variety of home
styles including Craftsman, Prairie, Tudor-Revival, and
Heights - Cochran Heights is a fantastic
in-town neighborhood centrally located in heart of Dallas and
recently was voted by D Magazine as 'one of the best neighborhoods
to live in Dallas'.
Homeowners League - The Dallas Homeowners League is a
citywide neighborhood network, providing a means for groups to work
together to develop positions, proposals, processes, and projects
that improve the integrity, the strength, and the voice of
Association - The neighborhood in Dallas where
you can live, work and play--in the same block. A lively, vibrant
area of nightclubs, warehouse lofts and around-the-clock activity.
Devonshire Neighborhood Association - Bounded by Northwest Highway,
Lovers Lane, Inwood and the Dallas North Tollway, this neighborhood
association represents an active community Check out their website
by clicking on their name above.
Dixon Branch Homeowners Association - Located east of White Rock Lake in
Lochwood and surrounded by beautiful creeks and greenbelts.
Dallas - The Central Dallas Association's
web site with information on what's happening and who's who
Parks - Unique neighborhood established in
1927, located west of the Tollway and south of Mockingbird.
Greenland Hills -
M Streets - This website provides information
about Greenland Hills / M-Streets conservation district.
Hampton Hills Association - Oak Cliff - Neighborhood consisting
of 1920's and 1930's architecture. Most of the home located in
Hampton Hills were built by same contractor who constructed many of
the homes located in Greenland Hills M Streets District.
Monica Neighborhood Association - The Hollywood/Santa Monica
Neighborhood in East Dallas is near White Rock Lake and the Lakewood
Shopping Center. The styles of homes in the neighborhood include
Tudor, Spanish Eclectic, French Eclectic, Minimal Traditional,
Craftsman, Monterrey, and two rare examples of the flatroofed Pueblo
Kessler Park Conservation District - Established on May 25th,
2005, Kessler Park Conservation District encompasses areas
surrounding Kessler Park Additions including Kessler Square, Kessler
Highlands, Sam Dealey Estates, Kessler Woods, and Timbergrove.
- North Oak Cliff neighborhood
located just south of Jefferson Boulevard, and west of Hampton Road.
The southernmost of the "Kessler" neighborhoods, Kessler Plaza began
in the 1930s and features a variety of architectural styles ranging
from Tudor and Colonial Revival to 1950s Ranch houses, and more
recent houses from the 1970s.
Lake Cliff Neighborhood Association - Dallas' newest historic district,
built around Lake Cliff Park.
Lakewood Neighborhood Association - One of the largest
associations in Dallas encompassing over 2900 residences.
Bounded by Mockingbird to the north, Gaston Country Club to the
south, Abrams to the west, and Williamson-Winsted to the East.
- A national organization that
produces excellent annual conferences on neighborhood issues.
Old Oak Cliff
Conservation League - An umbrella group of more than 20
neighborhood associations in north Oak Cliff
Park Neighborhood Association - The Ridgewood Park Neighborhood
Association was formed with the assistance of Preservation Dallas in
1996. The neighborhood was developed in the '50s and is north of
Mockingbird Lane and east of Abrams Road.
Park Village Neighborhood - North Oak Cliff neighborhood just
south of I-30 and northwest of Ft. Worth Avenue. Praire-style and
Austin stone homes from the 1940s, 15 of which were designed by
noted Dallas architect Charles Steven Dilbeck.
Swiss Avenue Historic
District - The Swiss Avenue Historic District
is one of the finest early twentieth century neighborhoods in the
Southwest. Just two miles from downtown Dallas, the district has
more than one hundred homes with excellent examples of more than a
dozen historical styles.
University Meadows - The University Meadows association
includes 508 homes located in the Caruth Meadows and Lovers Lane
East subdivisions. The boundaries for the association are from the
south side of Lovers Lane to the Dart Rail and from east of Skillman
Road to west of Abrams Road.
Neighborhood Association - Vickery Place was founded in 1911
and abounds with Craftsman bungalows, Tudors and old-growth Pecan
trees. One of the original suburbs of Dallas, it is a piece of
Dallas history in the middle of thriving residential and commercial
Heights Historic District - Winnetka Heights is the largest
historic district in Dallas and one of the best-kept secrets. Just
10 minutes southwest of downtown and with easy access to Interstates
30, 35, and 45, this conveniently located neighborhood is also one
of Dallas' oldest, with grand old houses in all price ranges,
charming bungalows, and mature trees, lending an old-world air you
won't find anywhere else in the area!
North Neighborhood Association - An extraordinary planned
neighborhood of outstanding mid-20th century ranch-style houses with
great services nearby.
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