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Rally for the Alley is set for November 14

Saturday, November 14 from 9 a.m. to noon 
Meet at Stemmons Plaza, the pocket park at Jefferson and Montclair 

To help make Winnetka Heights safer – and to spruce it up for the upcoming Holiday Home Tour – the Crime Watch Committee is hosting a neighborhood cleanup of our streets and alleys.

We need:
• Volunteers including neighbors, Boy or Girl Scout troops, high school students needing volunteerism on their college applications and anyone else who would like to help
• Tools including small saws, gloves, rakes, limb loppers and wheelbarrows
• Trucks to move trash and brush to pickup points

Coffee, breakfast tacos and donuts will be provided. Please email to let us know if you can make it, so that we can plan accordingly.



A Hard Night’s Day to headline the Well Community’s benefit concert

Thursday, November 5
The Kessler Theater, 1320 W. Davis
Doors open at 7 p.m. and the concert begins at 8 p.m.
Purchase your tickets

A Hard Night’s Day, the popular Beatles tribute band, will headline the Well Community’s third annual benefit concert, Recovery Live, at The Kessler Theatre in November.

The Well Community is a 501(c) 3 organization serving people who struggle with mental illness. Founded in 2002, The Well offers hope and healing through the power of community, friendship and best-practice interventions. Begun as a simple church outreach, The Well has grown into a flourishing holistic ministry which makes a significant impact on the people and families touched by mental illness. Alice Zaccarello, a Stevens Park Village resident , is the executive director.

Sponsorships are available. For additional information contact


Learn more about NOCUPP, an effective way to help keep our neighborhood safe

NOCUPP Information Session
Tuesday, October 20 at 7:00 p.m.
Turner House, 401 North Rosemont
Since 2007, NOCUPP has been one of the crucial strategies in our efforts to make Winnetka Heights and other nearby neighborhoods safer places to live. Police officers who are trained to identify suspicious activity, and to respond quickly and effectively, patrol our neighborhood at all hours of the day and night.
To learn more, join us for an information session at Turner House on October 20 at 7:00 p.m. You can also visit

Celebrate National Night Out in Winnetka Heights

Tuesday, October 6 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Rosemont Plaza, the newly renovated pocket park at Rosemont and 7th.
Please join us for this family-friendly event that is a tradition in Winnetka Heights. There will be a dedication of the new park by City Council Member Scott Griggs, plus representatives from the Dallas Police Department and Dallas Fire- Rescue Department will attend. 
This year’s Winnetka Heights National Night Out will include:
• Live music
• Free food and drinks
• Crime prevention tips, plus information about North Oak Cliff Police Patrol (NOCUPP)
• Kid activities including a piñata, face painting, games, a scavenger hunt and photos with the firetruck
• Dog activities including inexpensive microchipping, information about pet safety and care, and how to help stray animals

First introduced in 1984, NNO began as an effort to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships, and neighborhood camaraderie to let criminals know neighborhoods are organized, unified and fighting back against crime. This year, celebrate with your Winnetka Heights neighbors!