Bulk trash pickup in Park Glen is always the week starting with the second Monday of each month. Please store your bulk trash in your garage or backyard until the 2nd Monday of the month (or the Saturday just before, at the earliest). Household trash, yard trimmings, and recycling is picked up every Monday. Click here for full details, schedule, and to download the city's smartphone app.
Any Park Glen resident may report a solid waste violation to the city online (click here) or by calling 817-392-1234.
The Park Glen Neighborhood Association is undertaking a project to replace uneven sidewalks and remove tree roots under sidewalks in Phase III. This is the Park Glen village east of Park Vista, north of Basswood, and south of Redwood (map HERE).
Any and all questions may be directed to Project Coordinator Daniel Guido
Statements for the $66 annual dues for 10/1/18 through 9/30/19 were mailed in early October. Payment was due November 1. If you have questions about your bill or the balance, please contact our Community Manager. Contact information is HERE.
PLEASE DO NOT SEND PAYMENTS TO OUR FORMER MANAGEMENT COMPANY (REALMANAGE) OR TO AN ADDRESS YOU MAY HAVE USED IN THE PAST. If you set up PGNA up as a payee in your bank's bill pay service before July 1, 2018, please delete that payee record on your bank's website to avoid the chance of having a payment go to the wrong management company.
Phase III-5424 Bryce Canyon Court Windridge-8145 Mount Shasta Circle The Preserve-8301 Greylock Drive The Bluffs-5016 Cedar River Trail The Knoll-7725 Marble Canyon Drive Park Glen (Phase 1)-7524 Point Reyes Drive The Meadows-5421 Rocky Mountain Road The Vistas of Park Glen-5212 Warm Springs Trail The Crossing-7101 Platt Trail The Vistas at Park Glen-5017 Lodgepole Lane Parkview-4712 Navajo Way The Hills-4629 Tanque Drive The Glen-8025 Gila Bend Lane
Entries or nominations were not required. Volunteer judges toured the neighborhood looking at home decorations between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. from December 6 through 9. Judging was based on “curb appeal” as viewed from the street only. The primary factor was overall presentation (“wow factor”), but judges also considered uniqueness & creativity, storyline or theme, and neatness & organization. 2016 and 2017 winners and properties with past due balances owed to the Association or outstanding deed restriction violations were not eligible.