Your neighborhood association needs your support! The board works hard to make you aware of all happenings in our neighborhood. Neighbors who pay the $15 membership dues help us provide activities and newsletters. We beautify the entrances by planting flowers and are working to acquire Highland Terrace street sign toppers. You may have noticed new townhouses at Brick Row rather than more apartments, which was accomplished with help from the HTNA. We have an active Crime Watch, which keeps everyone alert to crime & safety in our neighborhood. Our civic chair attends the City Council meetings and keeps us up-to-date on city activities. The HTNA also holds an annual picnic each fall, which is fun, and a great way to meet your neighbors. Pay your dues now and support our great neighborhood and HTNA. Please see the back page of this newsletter for a membership form.
The City of Richardson implemented Stage 3 Winter Water Restrictions Friday, November 1, 2013. The modification follows guidance by the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) which is facing critical shortages in its water supply due to below average rainfall, declining water levels of NTMWD reservoirs and the ongoing prohibition of pumping water from Lake Texoma due to a zebra mussel infestation.