General Summer 2019 

Notes to Neighbors

-Town Creek Crier

Notes to Neighbors

Congratulations to our 2019 H.S. Graduates

Grace Elisabeth Darden, J.J. Pearce High School
Parents: Diana & Mark Darden
Honors/Activities: J.J. Pearce Pacesetter Drill Team (3 years), Richardson Youth Leadership, Hearts of Service (3 years), Young Life (4 years), Ridgewood Park UMC Youth
Destination: Stephen F. Austin UniversityFavorite Verse: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” – Philippians 4:13

Sophia Miller, Lake Highlands High School
Parents: Glenda & Barkley Miller
Honors/Activities: LHHS Top 10%, NHS, LHHS Professional Internship Program, Children of the American Revolution (CAR) – President (2017-2018), LHHS Varsity Volleyball (4 years), Volleyball Newcomer of the Year (2015) and MVP (2018), played in National Volleyball Club Championship Tournaments (2014-2019). Currently working at White Rock Court.
Destination: Brown University, Providence, RI as Architecture/Design Major, Volleyball team
Quote from Sophia: “New adventures await me.”

Pierce Walling, Lake Highland High School
Father: D. Craig Walling, Jr.
Honors/Activities: 2018-2019 Bellboy (one of only 4 young men so honored)
Destination: University of Arkansas Walton School of Business

Birth Announcement

Our newest, youngest, and most precious Town Creeker, Legacy Leigh Phillips, born June 19th to proud parents Requill and Derrich Phillips. Welcome to Town Creek, Legacy!

Reminder to all HOA Members

On pages 59 & 60 of your 2019 Homeowners Directory, you’ll find a convenient list of important community service telephone numbers. Included are:

  • City Emergency Services
  • Nearby Medical Services
  • Utilities, and City Services such as the City Manager, Community Prosecutor, and District 10 Councilman
  • There’s even a number for Zip Code information
  • And on page 61 is a list for important personal numbers. Check it all out.
  • Also, you are encouraged to use the new “Our Dallas” app as a great alternative to calling 311 for Dallas city services. It’s quick to use, responsive, and friendly.

Did You Know?

We have two ways for free disposal of home accumulated Hazardous Materials:

  1. Take your household chemicals and other hazardous materials to the nearby Dallas County Home Chemical Collections Center, 11234 Plano Road, 214-553-1765. Before you go, check out hours of operation and you’ll need proof of residency to avoid a fee.
    • Tuesdays 9AM-7:30PM
    • Wed/Thurs 8:30AM-5PM
    • 2nd and 4th Saturdays 9AM-3PM
  2. You can also find dates, times, and places the city’s Mobile Collection Truck will be serving your disposal needs for Batteries, Oil, Paint, and Antifreeze (BOPA). Click here for current information.

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