• Join WKNAI for Earth Day 2017

    West Kessler Native Arbor Initiative (WKNAI), in cooperation with the University of North Texas and the Lewisville Aquatic Ecosystem Research Facility (LAER), has free native trees available for planting on Earth Day. Grown from seeds collected from the Great Trinity Forest, they have been nurtured the last 3 years by

  • Give feedback on Alamo Manhattan’s Street Closure Plan

    On March 29, key leaders from neighborhood stakeholder organizations attended a meeting at Eno’s Pizza Tavern in order to discuss the Alamo Manhattan construction project. Specifically, the attendees discussed the best way to handle upcoming utility work to be conducted in Davis Street associated with the project. After significant discussion

  • The Solicitor’s Season

    As of January 22, 2014, the Dallas City Council passed an ordinance requiring anyone soliciting within the city limits of Dallas to register with and obtain a solicitor’s permit from the City of Dallas. The only exceptions to this ordinance would be charitable and non-profit organizations. The City of Dallas

  • Zoo Day

    Zoo Day 2017 is just around the corner! Mr. Griggs and several of his fellow Councilmembers have partnered to invite residents of their districts to enjoy free entry at the Dallas Zoo on Saturday, April 22.  We hope you’ll join us!

  • West Kessler Native Arbor Initiative

    The West Kessler Neighborhood Association is delighted to announce the introduction of the West Kessler Native Arbor Initiative. Due to the generosity of Bob Ikel and Aaron Schad, we have been given approximately 30 3-year-old trees to distribute on an annual basis, in the Spring. We will have our inaugural

  • Got a Bright Idea for a Grant?

    Have a way to better our community?  Got a bright idea?  The WKNA Board of Directors is asking for your help.   The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League has opened this year’s grant process and we need your input.  Hit us with your ideas about ways we can better our

  • Dallas Budget Survey

    The City of Dallas is asking citizens to voice their opinions about several important budget issues, from infrastructure improvements to animal services by completing a quick survey of six questions. The information collected in the survey will be provided to the City Council for their consideration in the budget development

  • The Spring Symposium: Making Oak Cliff Even Better

    Oak Cliff continues to evolve into a strong and diverse urban community. This is due not only to its one-of-a-kind natural beauty and aesthetic, but also due to the diverse group of citizens that remain fully engaged and empowered within the community. Keeping Oak Cliff real means protecting and maintaining