FOR A HAPPY AND SAFE HOLIDAY SEASON

by admin on November 1, 2016

A message from our Security Officer Lt. Al Cabrera

Residents of Norbourne Estates please take a minute to read the following concerning criminal activity and the role you can play in its prevention.  The Holiday Season has always been a time of increased criminal activity, especially property crime.  As a resident of Norbourne Estates you know better than anyone else what and who looks suspicious in your neighborhood.  When you see someone or something that draws your attention please remember to “TRUST YOUR GUT”.  Your gut feeling is a valuable tool that lets you know when something does not seem right.  When your gut tells you something please call 911 for an emergency or 574-2111 and press option 5 to talk with a police dispatcher for non-emergency calls.  Always remember you are not bothering the police, if it is important to you then it is important to us.  Your gut feeling may keep you and your neighbors safe from criminal activity. Also, remember that you also need to exercise good common sense in crime prevention as well. Please remember the following:

 

1.  Take all valuables out of your car, this is very important during the Holiday Season

2.  Make sure windows and doors are securely locked on your homes and alarms are set if you have them

3.  Leave outside lights on around your house

4.  If you go out of town, have only a trusted neighbor or relative check on it while you are gone

5.  Please do not put presents in plain view around a tree in your picture window

6.  Call the police whenever you see suspicious activity.

Trash and Recycling pick up: Holidays 2016/2017

by admin on December 29, 2016

Trash and Recycling pickup will follow the normal Monday schedule for December 26 and January 2.

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Save the date for upcoming Fall Events!

by admin on September 13, 2016

Neighbors,

Please Save the Date for these upcoming events:

Saturday, October 1, 6:00pm: Tailgate Party & Chili Cookoff on the Boulevard

We will be closing down the south side of Norbourne Boulevard for this block party, featuring hot dogs, mac & cheese, chili from our neighborhood’s top chefs, bounce houses & football games projected onto the big screen.  The Kona Ice truck will also be serving free shaved ice from 7-8pm.  Bring a side dish or dessert and your own adult beverages.

Please click here to learn more about this event and RSVP!

Monday, October 31, 5:30 – 6:00pm: Halloween Party on the Boulevard

Join us for pizza, treats and a costume parade before we kick off another unforgettable night of Trick-or-Treating!

Sunday, December 4, 5:00 – 8:00pm: Light Up Norbourne Estates

Mindy & Shannon Weaver will once again be hosting our holiday party at 4001 Norbourne Blvd.  Santa will be arriving at 5:30pm and the horse and carriage sleigh rides will run from 5:00 – 8:00pm.  Residents on Meridian, St. Ives, St. Germaine and Sherrin: Please bring an appetizer to share.  Residents on Norbourne Blvd., Browns and Breckenridge: Please bring a dessert to share.

Reminder: Place one electric white candle in each of your front windows and turn it on at dusk each evening, beginning December 4.  On December 4, last year’s winners will choose the 2016 1st and 2nd best decorated houses!

The Norbourne Tree Initiative

by admin on September 13, 2016

The trees throughout Norbourne Estates are vital to the unique character of our city.  Observing the conditions and maintaining the trees is a top priority of the City Council.  Guided by the Norbourne Estates Tree Committee as well as a certified arborist, we have identified a series of trees throughout the city that must be removed.  In many of these cases the trees are disease stricken and could pose a threat to property or pedestrians.  We do not take the decision to remove a tree lightly, and we have a plan of action in place to plant new trees as soon as the seasonal conditions allow.

The city council as well as the tree committee receive numerous inquiries regarding the trees and we do our best to inspect any trees in question quickly.  If you have a question or concern please email the Norbourne Estates Tree Committee at NorbourneTrees@gmail.com.

Non-Emergency Police Phone #

by admin on July 24, 2012

A quick note for residents.  If you ever have an issue that requires the police but is non-threatening, the non-emergency number is 574-2111 and then press #5 when answered.  This will take you to a live dispatcher to hear the concern.