- Community Enhancement
- Neighborhood Enhancement
- Neighborhood Stabilization Program
- Heritage Park South/Heritage Heights
Heritage Park South/Heritage Heights
Visit this webpage for the latest Heritage Park South and Heritage Heights news and updates. If you have questions, email Neighborhood Planner Tracy Hailey or call 214.509.4182.
For Non-HOA neighborhoods, the City recognizes there is no formal structure or funding mechanism to maintain shared spaces. Through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, City Council has approved funding for the repair or replacement of screening walls and entry features. For 2023, we have initiated this program for Heritage Park South and Heritage Park (considered one neighborhood for purposes of this project), focusing on screening wall and entryway enhancements.
Throughout this process, residents will have several ways to participate in the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. We want this project to be the best it can be! So, as we begin, we need your (1) input regarding project enhancement options and (2) involvement on key days and events. Please consider:
- Attend the neighborhood public meeting
Update: Thank you to the 30+ residents who attended the neighborhood meeting on May 8 and May 11. If you signed up to be on committee, then City Staff will be in touch in the coming weeks to kick that process off!
If you were unable to attend the meeting, then please review the PowerPoint presentation and meeting summary to see an overview of what was discussed.
2. Serving on the Enhancement Project Steering Committee
3. Volunteering to help organize your neighborhood workday
4. Helping plan Heritage Park South's Block Party in the fall
Neighborhood Workday Nominations
Some feedback received at the May 8 and May 11 Neighborhood Meetings indicated that residents are interested in organizing a workday to help neighbors in need. Please use this online form to nominate yourself or someone else within the Heritage Park South & Heritage Heights neighborhoods for simple tasks like tree trimming, mowing, landscaping, patching a fence, or anything that can be done in a few hours on a Saturday using the City’s tool trailer and unskilled volunteer labor. This will help City staff and the Heritage Park South & Heritage Heights Workday Committee determine the need and how many volunteers will be required for a successful workday.
Below is the project timeline and expected action items associated with the process.
|Step One||Neighborhood meeting to collect feedback from residents: Monday, May 8, 6:30-8 p.m. via Zoom and Thursday, May 11, 6:30-8 p.m. at Vaughan Elementary School Cafeteria, 820 Cottonwood Drive, Allen TX 75002 - COMPLETE|
|Step Two||City and Resident Committee finalize scope of project|
|Step Three||Organize workday(s) for neighborhood residents|
|Step Four||City coordinates implementation of City improvements|
|Step Five||Block Party celebrating project completion in late fall 2023!|