Ten Oak Cliff neighborhood associations got improvement grants for between $72 and $8,760 from the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League at its quarterly meeting Monday. In all, the league, which raises money mostly through its annual home tour, cut checks totaling $21,052.67.
Full list after the jump.
The Dells District got $72 to print welcome packets for new neighbors and $192 to hire off-duty police officers to patrol “during holidays with history of random gunfire and fireworks.”
East Kessler Park got $575 to buy signs reminding drivers to slow down.
West Kessler got $1,505.08 to upgrade and maintain its website, produce and print a directory and buy supplies to print newsletters and fliers.
Kidd Springs got $954 “to support safety, schools and outreach”.
Kings Highway got $750 to hire a landscape designer to make a master plan for the North Polk Street corridor.
Oak Park Estates got $1,260 for 19 street-sign toppers.
Wynnewood North got $1,500 for labor to plant and water trees from the city’s Greenbelt project.
A special grant $762.59 went to Lida Hooe Elementary School to buy two concrete planters for the school’s front entrance.