Heritage Park South

Visit this webpage for the latest Heritage Park South news and updates. If you have questions, email Neighborhood Planner Tracy Hailey or call 214.509.4182.

For Non-HOA neighborhoods, the City recognizes there is no formal structure or funding mechanism to maintain shared spaces. Through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, City Council has approved funding for the repair or replacement of screening walls and entry features. For 2023, we have initiated this program for Heritage Park South, focusing on screening wall and entryway enhancements.

Throughout this process, residents will have several ways to participate in the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. We want this project to be the best it can be! So, as we begin, we need your (1) input regarding project enhancement options and (2) involvement on key days and events. Please consider: 

  1. Attending the neighborhood public meeting
  2. Serving on the Enhancement Project Steering Committee
  3. Volunteering to help organize your neighborhood workday
  4. Helping plan Heritage Park South's Block Party in the fall

Heritage Park South Neighborhood Survey

While the Department is currently focused on improving the entryway features located at Rockefeller Lane and Aylesbury Drive along Bethany Road, the information collected from this survey will assist in planning and budgeting for neighborhood projects in the future.

Projected Timeline

Below is the project timeline and expected action items associated with the process. 

Step OneNeighborhood meeting to collect feedback from residents: Thursday, May 11 from 6:30-8 p.m. at Vaughan Elementary School Cafeteria, 820 Cottonwood Drive, Allen TX 75002
Step TwoCity and Resident Committee finalize scope of project
Step ThreeOrganize workday(s) for neighborhood residents
Step FourCity coordinates implementation of City improvements
Step FiveBlock Party celebrating project completion in late fall 2023!

Map of the Heritage Park South neighborhood project area