The Westhollow Society, a local nonprofit comprised of architects, urban planners and concerned citizens, hopes to establish a Public Improvement District (PID) in our neighborhood.
According to the City of Dallas, a PID “is a special assessment area created at the request of the property owners in the district. These owners pay a supplemental assessment with their taxes, which the PID uses for services above and beyond existing City services.” (Click here to learn more about PIDs.)
The Westhollow Society will host a public meeting this Thursday to discuss its desire for a PID. The event begins at 6 p.m. inside the Park Forest Library.
Residents of the following enclaves may be particularly interested in attending, since these areas “are encompassed within Westhollow’s mission”:
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