|Lakewood Trails Life|
LAKEWOOD TRAILS BLACKLAND PRAIRIE PROJECT
On May 22, Lakewood Trails joined with the Texas Conservation Alliance to restore the blackland prairie on Williamson Road. Volunteers planted native plants for monarchs and many other pollinators. The invasive plant species we pulled out today is called “Queen Anne’s Lace” (also called wild carrot). It is native to temperate areas of Europe and southwestern Asia and was introduced by settlers from Europe. It has become invasive since it has spread rapidly and is hard to control. MORE PHOTOS
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|Sponsor of the Month|
Thank you to our renewing Live Oak Sponsor, Amy Malooley!
As a Lakewood Trails resident, I have first hand experience and knowledge of Dallas and all it has to offer. Specializing in Lakewood, Lake Highlands, East Dallas, Preston Hollow, Park Cities, Uptown, and Oak Lawn neighborhoods, I look forward to delivering superior service to you.
|DALLAS COVID-19 UPDATE|
The City of Dallas has created a COVID-19 Dashboard containing data that is updated daily on COVID-19 cases, ventilator and bed capacity, lab tests, demographic information, and other critical data. Check it out by clicking HERE.
Dallas County Summary Report (updated July 21, 2020). The report contains race/ethnicity information on the confirmed tests and deaths and important information comparing influenza ICU admissions and hospitalizations and COVID-19 ICU admissions and hospitalizations. Dallas County only updates the summary report on Tuesdays and Fridays.
COVID-19 DISTRICT 9 RESOURCE GUIDE
Please see the Resource Guide for COVID-19 (updated April 17, 2020) compiled by District 9 and City staff. In this attachment, you will find the latest list of resources available regarding finances and COVID-19 topics such as unemployment, paying rent and mortgages, student loans, utilities, food assistance, resources for businesses and more. This will remain a living document and as regular updates with new resources are added, LTNA will update this link.
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Lakewood Trails - August 2021 Yard of the Month
Posted on Aug 23rd, 2021
Congratulations to Joel and Samantha Clum, 6955 Santa Maria, Lakewood Trails August 2021 Yard of the Month!
North Haven Gardens sponsors our Yard of the Month and winners receive a $50.00 gift certificate and sign to display in their yard for that month. Remember that only members of Lakewood Trails Neighborhood Association are eligible for the Yard of the Month. If you are not yet a member, it's easy to join and dues are only $20 a year. For upcoming classes, newsletters and plant lists from North Haven Gardens, click on the Garden Education tab at nhg.com.
City of Dallas Water Restrictions
Posted on Apr 1st, 2021
Mandatory Watering Restrictions are now in effect through October 31, 2021. No watering is allowed on Mondays, Tuesdays or Fridays.
From April 1-October 31, watering is prohibited between 10am and 6pm on allowed watering days. These restrictions apply to automatic or in-ground irrigation systems and hose-end sprinklers only. Watering by hand, drip irrigation or the use of soaker hoses will be permitted at any time. More information and answers to Frequently Asked Questions can be found at: SaveDallasWater.
2021 BRUSH AND BULK COLLECTION
Posted on Jan 1st, 2021
Lakewood Trails brush and bulk trash collection is the third week of the Month. For 2021, the weeks are: Jan 18, Feb 15, Mar 14, Apr 18, May 16, Jun 20, Jul 18, Aug 15, Sept 19, Oct 17, Nov 14, and Dec 19. 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
On June 19, 2019 the Dallas City Council adopted an ordinance amending regulations related to brush and bulky trash. Monthly brush and bulky trash collection will be limited to 10 cubic yards. (10 cubic yards = approximately 10 stoves). One month per calendar year, residents may set out up to 20 cubic yards, provided it is requested by calling 3-1-1 in advance. Enforcement of these new limits begins on July 1, 2020.
Where the quantity of brush and bulky trash set out for collection exceeds 10 cubic yards and a request for an oversized brush and bulky trash collection was not submitted, the set out may be collected and a fee will be assessed on the dwelling unit's water bill. The fee will be assessed at a rate of $60 per five cubic yards, billed in five cubic yard increments. A citation may be issued in addition to the collection fee.