Premier Neighborhood Award

Each year the Neighborhood Advisory Board selects one Cedar Hill neighborhood for distinction by the City Council as a Premier Neighborhood Award recipient. The award recognizes the neighborhood and its residents for achievement in communication, organizational activities, membership, community partnerships and beautification. The Premier Neighborhood is recognized at the second City Council meeting in May with the presentation of a certificate and a check in the amount of $250 to be used for National Night Out activities in October. Past recipients include:
Lake Ridge

One of Cedar Hill’s largest planned developments, the Lake Ridge subdivision has over 2,250 homes located in the southwest corner of the city overlooking Joe Pool Lake.  Lake Ridge boasts one of the City’s most effective property owners’ associations.  But above and beyond their POA, they excel in organization activities with a robust events calendar that includes organizing an annual charity golf tournament that, for the sixth consecutive year, has raised money to benefit local area charities.  In addition to their annual POA meeting, residents hold regular neighborhood watch meetings, celebrate National Night Out, and lend their support to numerous City projects, Police, Fire department and recreation activities and events.  Lake Ridge truly sets the bar high in community leadership, organization and involvement.

Under the enthusiastic leadership of association President Chad McCurdy, with assistance from Carolyn Rollwitz and others, Lake Ridge residents consider Cedar Hill more than a place to live … they consider it a lifestyle worth living.

Congratulations and thanks to Lake Ridge for outstanding contributions to your neighborhood and the community.

2013 Most Active Neighborhood Award: Lake Ridge
Carolyn Rollwitz and Lake Ridge POA President Chad McCurdy with Councilman Stephen Mason
2013 Most Improved Neighborhood Award: South Hills
Councilwoman Jami McCain reads the recognition award for South Hills as Councilman Stephen Mason loo