‘I’ve never seen any dirt go up 1400% in five years’

‘I’ve never seen any dirt go up 1400% in five years’

The land value of dozens of 7,000-square-foot parcels in Los Altos — just north of Singleton, up and down Borger, Crossman and Winnetka — all jumped from $65,000 to $168,000 this year. Several efforts are being made to educate West Dallas neighbors on how to protest property tax appraisals before the May 16 deadline.

West Dallas

Keri Mitchell - May 11, 2022

Changes are coming to Hattie Rankin Moore Park in Los Altos. The City wants West Dallas’ input.

Changes are coming to Hattie Rankin Moore Park in Los Altos. The City wants West Dallas’ input.

After listening to residents in early 2020, the City of Dallas planned to add colorful murals, artificial turf, family grills, playground equipment and more athletic fields to the park in the Los Altos neighborhood, located just south of Anita Martinez Recreation Center and Lorenzo de Zavala Elementary School.

West Dallas

Oscar Saravia - September 14, 2021

Dallas ISD rolls out free at-home internet access for students

Dallas ISD rolls out free at-home internet access for students

Dallas ISD invested in 40,000 hotspots last school year for families without reliable internet at home, but this year DISD plans to spend $18 million on at-home wired connections for its students.

West Dallas

Sujata Dand - September 2, 2021

Summer activities in West Dallas

Summer activities in West Dallas

What can children and teens do in West Dallas this summer? Dallas Free Press created a round-up of summer camps and activities.

West Dallas

Oscar Saravia - July 1, 2021

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