The City of Richardson recently announced its National Night Out winners. We are pleased to share that one block in Heights Park was recognized.
The 500 block of Twilight Trail received honorable mention. Congratulations to this block for another great NNO event! It’s held at the home of Herb and Nanci DuPlant, 530 Twilight Trail.
Each block that participated in National Night Out on Oct. 3 was judged on attendance, crime prevention message, food, decorations and activities.
Neighborhoods, streets or groups of streets selected as winners are as follows:
Overall Winner: 300 bock of High Brook Drive
1st Runner Up: 500 block of Sage Valley Drive
2nd Runner Up: Stagecoach Drive/Dumont Drive/Lamp Post Lane/Cottonwood Drive
3rd Runner Up: Vinecrest Lane 900 block
Honorable Mention: 500 block of Twilight Trail
Overall Winner: Woods of Spring Creek
1st Runner Up: Yale Park
2nd Runner Up: Knolls of Breckinridge
3rd Runner Up: Creek Hollow Estates
Honorable Mention: Richland Park and Richland Oaks
La Mirada Apartments
Higher Caliber Award
The party that went above and beyond to support NNO
North College Park/College Park/Glenville Park/Town North Park
In addition, the Richardson Police Department collected more than 5,200 pounds of canned food during their “Can Do” food drive held in conjunction with NNO, benefitting Network of Community Ministries.