Welcome to the Lakewood Trails Neighborhood Association website! 
We are committed to maintaining the beauty, safety and quality of life in Lakewood Trails. Through involvement and service, everyone can ensure that Lakewood Trails is a great place to live.
Please contact us to join our email list, volunteer your time, or with any questions or concerns.
Lakewood Trails Life
Come join us Thursday, February 23, 2023, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
at Times Ten Too, 6324 Prospect Avenue
for this year's Member Mixer and Board Election!

   Upcoming Events   
SoPac Trail Cleanup
Saturday, February 11, 2023, 8:30am at SoPac Trail
Our clean up team picks up litter on the SoPac Trail adjacent to our neighborhood on the second Saturday of each month, starting at 8:30am. Our clean up site begins under the Mockingbird Bridge continuing to the Trestle Bridge near White Rock Park. The clean up takes about an hour. 
Singles, couples and families are welcome. Kids love using the grabbers and take pride in picking up litter. Teens may earn community service hours and may flex their hours.  If you are interested in joining our team or need more information please email Chairperson Pat Watson, Neighbors@LakewoodTrails.net or call her at
214 531 1299.
Annual Member Mixer and LTNA Board Election
Thursday, February 23, 2023, 6:30pm - 8:30pm at Times Ten Too, 6324 Prospect Avenue
Come meet your neighbors, drink some wine, reminisce about our 2022 accomplishments and elect your 2023 Board. There will be a cash bar and credit cards accepted. Enjoy light hors d'oeuvres and a first glass of wine thanks to Lakewood Trails Neighborhood Association.
WE NEED YOU! Please consider joining the Board. We have just a couple of meetings per year. Come help shape your Lakewood Trails neighborhood, and plan the Lakewood Trails Garden Social, the Halloween Party, and other events. If you want to serve, or just have questions, email Neighbors@LakewoodTrails.net.

Posted on Jan 30th, 2023
Over the past two years, Oncor has worked closely with Texas Discovery Gardens (TDG), a nonprofit located in Dallas Fair Park, and the Old Fish Hatchery at White Rock Lake Advisory Committee to plant and maintain native grasses, plants, and shrubs beneath high-voltage transmission lines along Oncor’s right-of-way near the Old Fish Hatchery at White Rock Lake. 
Initial planting, seeding, hay placement and erosion control efforts – all of which are compatible with power lines – occurred in 2021. Supplemental planting, continued observation and other maintenance related to the project will continue through 2023 to ensure the site’s development and safe, long-term growth. Managing this vegetation is critical for preserving this local natural treasure and for ensuring safe and reliable electric service.
There are a few locations in the area where the vegetation has grown too close to the high voltage lines, which requires pruning to ensure safety and service reliability. The pruning, which will take place over 1-2 days in late January, weather permitting, will address the new growth of approximately 6-8 feet. No trees will be removed. 
Pruning to be completed:
  1. Lakewood Park: 4 trees will require new growth pruning.
  2. White Rock Lake: 8-9 trees will require new growth pruning.
  3. Fish Hatchery (Lawther Dr.): The trees left for shielding on Lawther Rd. have grown too close to the power lines. Pruning will remove the new growth but maintain existing shielding.
  4. Fish Hatchery (Winsted Dr.): The trees left for shielding near the walking trail have grown too close to the power lines. Pruning will remove the new growth but maintain existing shielding.
Oncor remains committed to maintaining an open relationship with all involved community partners and working together to help preserve and protect this property for years into the future.
For more info, visit Oncor.com or call: General Inquiries: 888.313.6862 Media: 877.426.1616   FLYER
Posted on Jan 5th, 2023
The Dallas Sanitation Department provides once-a-month brush and bulk collection for residential customers.
LAKEWOOD TRAILS COLLECTION DAYS: Lakewood Trails brush and bulk trash collection is the third week of the Month.
For 2023, the weeks are: Jan 15, Feb 19, Mar 19, Apr 16, May 14, Jun 18, Jul 16, Aug 20, Sept 17, Oct 15, Nov 19, and Dec 17. Items must be set out by 7am on the Monday of collection week, but not earlier than the Thursday before our collection week. 
More information and answers to FAQs: DallasBrushandBulk.com

A maximum of 10 cubic yards of brush and bulky items may be set out each month. Learn more, including how to claim an annual oversize collection, at CurbsideManners.com

Renew Your Membership for 2023!
Lakewood Trails Neighborhood Association is committed to bringing neighbors together by fostering communication, neighborhood gatherings, and community awareness to keep our neighborhood a friendly and safe place to live. Please help us continue our tradition of bringing neighbors together by joining or renewing your membership for 2023. If you have already joined, we thank you!
If you have not yet renewed your membership for 2023, you can pay online using Venmo @LakewoodTrails, or at LakewoodTrails.net (“Contact Us/Online Payments”), or use this QR Code: