Greenwood Hills Neighborhood Association is a voluntary membership based organization in our Richardson, Texas subdivision established in 1959.
Our signature events over the course of a year are the Fall Picnic, the Winter Dinner, and the Annual Meeting (Early Summer). Our neighbors also host a variety of smaller, more frequent, get-togethers welcoming the entire neighborhood, not just for members! Don’t be a stranger.
We also encourage getting to know each other through various other opportunities for participation and volunteering. Each of us brings special talents that can truly make a difference.
Tree Planting 20 trees along Waterview Drive have been planted, blessed and dressed for the holidays. :) Click on the Beautification tab above and scroll to Tree the Town for more information.
A new year has begun at least according to the calendar for Greenwood Hills Neighborhood Association. Your new Board has really taken on the tasks of creating new structures, new programs, and getting organized as never before.
This year promises to be filled with neighborhood activity, member get-togethers, service projects, and an opportunity for the membership to participate in ways that are totally different than in the past. All this while maintaining the core values and excitement that has historically made the GHNA one of the best associations in Richardson.
Please take a minute and see what events and activities we have planned. See if there is an area we have missed and let us know your interest as well as your willingness to help if only for a single event.
I look forward to meeting each and every one of you this year.