Help Define the Future of East Dallas Parks on November 17th at Lake Highlands Baptist Church

Community Meeting November 17, 2016

On Thursday, November 17th, there will be a community listening session to help gather input from East Dallas residents about what they want from our neighborhood’s parks. This meeting will be part of Smart Growth for Dallas, a new effort led by The Trust for Public Land, building community WORKSHOP, The Texas Trees Foundation, and Dallas’s Park and Recreation Department. […]

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Oct. 31st – “Trees Please!” Reforestation Work Day at White Rock Lake

Trees Please

On Saturday, October 31st Dallas Parks and Recreation will hold its annual Trees Please! event at White Rock Lake. This is an opportunity for volunteers to come together and plant some 150 trees, native plants, and wildflowers along the hike and bike trail. This reforestation is much needed to keep up with the rate of aging and declining trees across […]

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White Rock Spring Games – Apr. 17th

White Rock Spring Games

Looking for another way to be part of the neighborhood and the larger East Dallas community? Registration is now open for the 2015 White Rock Spring Games, to be held Friday, April 17th at Lake Highlands Park. Sponsors, volunteers, and competitors are needed! East Dallas students from grades K-5 are invited to participate. The entry fee is $25 per individual […]

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150 Trees planted at White Rock Lake

On November 15th over 150 brave volunteers gathered at Norbuck Park in White Rock Lake Park to plant a tree for every person. Tree species included all native trees such as Chinkapin oak, Linden, Sycamore, Pecan, and Burr Oak. This event was coordinated by For the Love of the Lake, Citizen Foresters, and the City of Dallas Parks Department. Besides […]

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Tree Planting at Norbuck Park – Saturday, Nov 15

On Saturday November 15, 2014 in conjunction with For The Love of the Lake, The Dallas Parks Department, and the Citizen Foresters, and 150 volunteers we will plant 150 native trees at Norbuck park located in White Rock Lake park. Trees that will be planted include American elm, Pecan, Chinquapin oak, Bur oak, Sycamore, Black walnut, and Texas Red oak. […]

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