Local news for the Bryan Place neighborhood, just north of downtown Dallas. BPNA focuses on activities and events at the neighborhood level, and on larger events with direct impact on the community.

Lost Dog in Bryan Place Area

April 14, 2014

Announcements and Pets and Strays
Lost Dog

Last seen Sunday morning near Liberty and Adolph The dog is a poodle/schnauzer mix, 2-3 years old, about 18 lbs, and his name is Georgie.  He is wearing a tag and is micro-chipped but is a shy dog and may be difficult to approach. He was last seen Sunday morning in the rain near Liberty and Adolph. The thought and desire is that he is hiding, as a place of refuge, somewhere in the Bryan Place neighborhood.   Better yet,Read more

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Should Bryan Place Landscape the Corner at Bryan and Pavilion?

April 11, 2014

By Dan Cohn

2014 Association Proposals

At the upcoming general meeting, a landscape project will be presented.  The project consists of landscaping the intersection at Bryan and Pavilion, which needs attention. Just recently in the intersection, the trees were pruned, the lighting is working and irrigation is in place. Working with Landscape Architect, Buddy Mullino, the projects plans will be presented by the Landscape Chairperson for community input.

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Should Bryan Place add Curb Numbering to the Neighborhood?

April 11, 2014

By Linda Collins

Announcements and Development
2014 Association Proposals

The BPNA Board has solicited a proposal to add house numbering to our curbs as a service to you. This will aid fire and ambulance responders in finding your house faster in the event of an emergency. Information on which street blocks and numbers included in the project will be provided at the General Meeting on April 24. Also a means will be provided to opt out of having your house number painted on the curb if you choose to do so.


April 2014 Yard of the Month

April 6, 2014

By Dan Cohn

Yard of the Month

Anna and Doug Wilson at 1402 Pecos St. have been awarded the Yard of the Month for April. With help from landscape architect, Buddy Mullino, they have created a striking xeriscape for their corner lot property. With several Live Oaks anchoring the setting, they created a side landscape using flagstone pavers, a bed of river rock, and crushed decomposed granite covering the exposed ground. Helebores are the plants at the base of the trees, Variegated Pittosporum are the shrubs along the house wallRead more