Greenwood Hills Neighborhood Association (GHNA) is a voluntary, membership-based organization representing the Greenwood Hills neighborhood of Richardson, Texas. Established in 1959, Greenwood Hills has over 1500 homes and 45 streets. Greenwood Hills is bordered by Campbell Road to the north, Floyd Road to the east, Arapaho Road to the south, and Cottonwood Creek to the west. Located within Greenwood Hills are Greenwood Hills Elementary School, Woodland Park, Creekside Community Garden, Greenwood Hills Community Club, and five churches. There are also nearby businesses, restaurants, and shopping centers. Greenwood Hills is within walking distance of the University of Texas at Dallas.
Our neighborhood looks much different than it did back in 1959. While many of our original residents have moved on, new residents move in daily. The trees have grown tall, our homes have undergone renovations, and many of us have changed our paint colors. Despite all these changes, one thing remains the same: the need for a stable, safe community where our families are free to run and play.
The purpose of GHNA is to enhance the stability, character, and safety of our neighborhood and the surrounding community. GHNA strives to solve specific problems where we live, work, and raise our children. Through neighborhood activities we promote community involvement and bring neighbors together. We work to promote pride and neighborliness.
GHNA works together with the City of Richardson and Richardson City Council to form a cohesive base for representation in matters affecting the Greenwood Hills neighborhood. GHNA has been able to provide input in city planning that helps maintain the vitality of our neighborhood. Did you know GHNA played an integral part in the planning and development of the neighborhood barrier walls along Arapaho and Campbell Roads, the planting of 20 trees along Waterview Drive, and the creation of the Creekside Community Garden?
What Does GHNA Do?
- Social activities for all Greenwood Hills residents: restaurant nights and fun family events at Woodland Park
- Support for Greenwood Hills Elementary through science fair judging and our annual Back-to-School Supply Drive
- Assistance to our neighborhood Crime Watch Patrol
- Beautification projects such as street sign toppers, Waterview Drive median landscaping, and Yard of the Month award
- Communication with residents through our website, Facebook page, Nextdoor, and email updates
- Monthly social gatherings of the Ladies Lunch Bunch and Men’s Breakfast Group
- Signature events such as the Summer Ice Cream Social, Holiday Lights Contest & Food Drive, and Earth Day at the Park