About SPENA…

Shaded by decades-old oaks and elms, and bounded by an undulating municipal golf course, Stevens Park Estates is one of the loveliest and most sought-after neighborhoods in Dallas.

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Located just minutes from downtown Dallas, our neighborhood comprises some 200 homes. Many of our houses date to the 1920s and '30s and several were designed by the renowned architect Charles Dilbeck. It is a neighborhood that celebrates diversity - both in the styles of the homes that grace its streets and the people who call Stevens Park Estates home.

The Stevens Park Estates Neighborhood Association (SPENA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has served as a model for other neighborhood associations citywide. Our committees actively address such quality-of-life issues as architectural conservation, beautification, traffic flow, and crime prevention.

We also know how to have a good time. Our neighborhood social events are popular, and have helped to raise hundreds of dollars for neighborhood projects like the installation of historic light fixtures and the maintenance of the playground in Annie Stevens Park.

Use our site to access a wealth of information about Stevens Park Estates and our neighborhood association…whether you are one of our lucky residents, or someone who hopes to soon become one!

What's New?

 
Upcoming Events:
  • Thursday, July 24 @ 7PM — Dallas Water Utilities Update  at the Steven Park Golf Course Clubhouse (at 1005 N. Montclair) on planned water and wastewater replacement to be done in the easement between Colorado Blvd. and Old Orchard Dr. from Hampton Rd. east to the easement west of Plymouth Road.  For more information contact Ms. Masengu Ngenyi (APM & Associates) at 214 748 4888, or Erick Steitle (Dallas Water Utilities) at 214 948 4248.
  • Friday, August 1 from 6-8M — First Friday Happy Hour at the home of Bill Nelson & Paul VonHeeder, 1920 W. Colorado Blvd.

Exciting News about the Coombs Creek Trail:  Councilperson (and neighbor) Scott Griggs announced at the May 12 SPENA neighborhood meeting that funding has been secured for an extension of the Coombs Creek Trail that currently stretches along Kessler Parkway.  The design process has begun and work should begin in November 2014.  The trail will continue towards our neighborhood from the tennis courts and go along Colorado Boulevard, possibly with a pedestrian bridge to be built next to the golf cart path bridge that goes over the creek.  It will cross Colorado and continue down Plymouth.  Just before the intersection of Plymouth and North Oak Cliff  Boulevard the trail will cross into Annie Stevens Park and continue towards Hampton.  Along the roadways, the trail will be 8 ft wide and include a barrier between the trail and the street.

 

An aerial view of Stevens Park Estates from the 1950s