Save the Date for Fall/Winter 2017 Events

by admin on September 25, 2017

Save the date for these upcoming Fall/Winter neighborhood events.

9/30 – 3rd Annual Chili Cook-Off and Tailgate Party. 6pm on the Boulevard. Food, Football, Live Music!

10/1 – Breakfast and Bouncing on the Boulevard. 8-10:30am. Sunny Side Up Food Truck will arrive at 9am

10/31 – Halloween Party 5:30pm. Join us for pizza and fun on the Blvd before Trick or Treating

12/2 – Light up Norbourne. We have moved this event to Saturday night this year. BYOB. Carriage rides 5:30-8pm


Trees and sod planted!

by admin on July 12, 2017

We are wrapping up the largest Norbourne Estates tree planting initiative in decades!

The trees are in the ground and new sod has been planted where trees were removed.

If your residence has a newly planted tree or sod, please water the tree regularly and it is imperative to keep the sod watered, 1-2 times per day for the first 2 weeks. If you set a sprinkler out,  it is recommended to let it run for 30-45 min per occurrence.

We appreciate your help to keep Norbourne beautiful.


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

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.