2017 Board of Directors/Committee Selection

February 9, 2017

Announcements
Pool

BPSPA needs volunteers to join the Board of Directors for the 2017-2018 season. A successful pool season can only be maintained by the incredible volunteers for each position. It is a team effort, whereby you meet new people and ensure quality and growth of the pool surroundings. In addition, a year of free membership is offered after completion of an elected season. Election will be held at the annual general meeting in March 2017. The following positions need to beRead more

December 2016 Yard of the Month

December 3, 2016

Yard of the Month

December 2016 Newsletter

December 3, 2016

By Gary Collins

2016 Editions

We Need your Opinion

August 5, 2016

Announcements

Elan Lights Before the City Council Many of you are familiar with the Elan Light, Phase II, development planned for Live Oak at Central. At last month’s City Council hearing, a group of residents at 3030 Bryan and the condos on Live Oak objected to the planned building height. Originally planned for 160 ft. in height, affected residents objected to the building’s potential to block their roof-top view of downtown. Since then, Greystar has redesigned the building to accommodate thoseRead more

July 2015 Yards of the Month

July 7, 2016

By Carol Guthrie

Yard of the Month

For July we have YARDS of the Month; 1407, 1411, 1415, and 1419 Pecos Street.  All four fabulous yard are landscaped by Jimmy Haiduk who lives at 1415 Pecos St. When Jimmy moved to Bryan Place 34 years ago he started landscaping his yard and his next door neighbor’s, Minh Lam (1419). Then about 10 or 15 years ago he added the two yards across the alley, 1407 (Diane Cuellar) and 1411 (Lareatha Clay), to his gardening labor of love.Read more

Decision at General Meeting, May 19

May 5, 2016

By Linda Collins

Announcements
General Meeting

Many of you know that the Bryan Place’s Happy Shapes project for lighting under the bridge at Central has been delayed for several years. The latest news, though, is that the art will not be placed at its planned location under the bridge. Now we must decide whether we want the art relocated in Exall Park or whether we want to abandon the project altogether. Kay Kallos, Public Art Program Manager for the City of Dallas, will make a presentationRead more

IMG_1855Bryan Place is a unique neighborhood nestled in the shadow of downtown Dallas, known for its friendly atmosphere, overall design, and a high level of community involvement.Read More

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