Pool season is here! Please mark your calendars for Splash Day – Sunday, June 4th from 12-5
Come help us kick off the summer. Food will be provided.
Thank you to all current members who have renewed their membership for the 2017-2018 season. If you haven’t yet renewed your membership, payments can be mailed or dropped off at the pool (3030 Adolph) or submitted through paypal on our website at pool.bryanplace.net .
We can also take your payment in person on Splash Day.
If you are looking to join the Bryan Place Swimming Pool for the first time, we would love to have you! There is a one-time joining fee of $500 and a yearly membership fee of $300. We will be offering half off the joining fee on Splash Day.
I have had the pleasure of serving as BPNA Board for 3 years.
Originally from Louisiana, my husband Phil& I moved to Bryan Place in 2012. You will frequently spot us walking our dog Gaston in Exall Park. We enjoy spending time with our Bryan Place Family and cheering on LSU & New Orleans Saints.
The Pool Association needs a mason to fix the bricks around the entry gate, and to build a base for a set of stainless steel grills an enclosure for it. We are taking bids and/or references to contractors.
The Bryan Place Neighborhood Association is privileged to have an expert webmaster, Phillip Bryan, our neighbor. Sharon Smith created the initial static website in 2008. Phillip began migrating the web in 2010 to a dynamic site using a content management system. He describes our sites as “a work in progress” because the underlying technologies continue to change and improve.
Phillip strives to keep pace with the changes so our membership can easily access neighborhood information regardless of what they use to connect to the web i.e., a tablet, a phone, or a computer.
Our public website is supported by the Association and can be accessed at www.bryanplace.org. It provides an on‐going stream of neighborhood‐
specific information for anyone to see. He has organized this site to provide a glimpse of current information on the home page with links that take you to the expanded content on that subject. He changes the home page content as new information becomes available. The Association’s monthly newsletter is linked to the homepage to provide convenience for the web reader. The reader can use the dropdown lists on the homepage to access a wide variety of information as shown in the following diagram:
Yard of the Month
All upcoming Events
In the Neighborhood
In the Area
Permits and Forms
Pets and Strays
In the Area
About Bryan Place
The Swimming Pool
The public website provides people moving to within Dallas means to learn about our neighborhood and what a great place it is for living near downtown.
In the last year Phillip has begun the building process for a members‐only site available to paid members of the Bryan Place Neighborhood Association. When you join the Association, you are automatically enrolled in the member‐only portion of the website. Important information is posted in this space relating to the Association’s Board, Board minutes of our meetings, historical documents. You can participate by submitting an article or document you believe would be of interest to other members. You can also update your profile or renew your membership on this
site. The message board provides you the tools to discuss issues with other association members.
Phillip deserves our heartfelt congratulations for an excellent web presence for the Bryan Place Neighborhood Association.
I want to thank each of you for your continued support to make Exall Park one of the finest inner city, urban parks in Texas. Exall was 100 years young this year and has never looked better.
Our first Christmas Tree Lighting was a huge success and enjoyed by many in the neighborhood and community. The estimated crowd was 300 people in the park coming, enjoying themselves, and going at different times.
If you have not been out to the park yet, please come and enjoy the beautifully decorated trees. It was great fun and I appreciated our judges, Sharon DeGarmo and Bill Brister for selecting our winners.
Winning the neighborhood group tree contest was the “Bryan Place Brat Pack” team led by Ruben Ramirez.
Winning the commercial sponsored tree was Independent Bank.
This event could not have happened without Dale Sparrow and Jeff Lumkes. They were involved in the selection, delivery, and installation of all eight trees in the park.
I hope all of you have a wonderful Holiday Season and look forward to seeing you in the park!
On the evening of October 23rd, the Bryan Place Neighborhood Association had its Fall General Meeting, and approximately 50 neighbors attended. Two presentations were given.
Trinity Watershed Management Department
The first presentation was by the City of Dallas’s Trinity Watershed Management Department on the future of storm water flood relief in our neighborhood and the associated underground construction. Unfortunately, this Mill Creek flood project is not slated to provide Bryan Place with additional flood protection for several years, likely not until 2019.
A New Dallas
The second presentation was by local urban planner Patrick Kennedy on his project “A New Dallas.” He has proposed the demolition and removal of I‐345, which is the short freeway connecting I‐45 and I‐75 on the edge of Bryan Place, in order to allow the associated 64 acres to be redeveloped into urban‐friendly uses.
The Bryan Place Pool Association’s Annual Board Meeting to elect officers and discuss issues will be held in the Pool House on 3030 Adolph on Thursday, May 15 at 7pm.
The Pool’s clean-up days are May 17 and 18. Those volunteering will meet at the pool house at 9am.
The Pool Association’s SPLASH DAY is scheduled for Sunday, June 1. The party will start at 12:30 pm and end at 5:00 pm. Food and drinks will be provided by the Pool Association. The event is open to everyone in the Bryan Place Community,
Come see all of the exciting new improvements to the pool i. e., new surfacing of the pool, expansion of the wet deck around the pool, new furniture, etc.