About CHHNA

Caruth Hills & Homeplace Neighborhood Association was founded in late 2005 as a Texas non-profit corporation to serve as a vehicle for neighborhood enhancement and protection for residents of the original Caruth Hills and Caruth Homeplace additions situated in both Dallas and University Park, Texas. Our mission is to encourage, promote, protect and advance the safety, improvement, beautification and general quality of life and well-being of the neighborhood, thereby helping assure that its warmth, vitality and special nature shall long endure for future generations.

A Tale of Two Cities


CHHNA is unique in that it is the only neighborhood association that we know of that spans two cities: Dallas and University Park. The CHHNA area is bounded on the east by North Central Expressway, north by Northwest Highway, west by Airline Road and south by Lovers Lane (both sides). The association encompasses about 1,325 residences.


Caruth Hills & Homeplace

One of Dallas’ greatest neighborhoods.

The Caruth Hills and Homeplace Neighborhood is like no other area in Dallas. With over 1,325 residences, our neighborhood boasts a rich history and promising future. Our access to award-winning Highland Park ISD, Dallas ISD, and private schools makes this a great landing spot for families. Nestled in the heart of Dallas, our homes are within minutes of great shopping and fine dining. With easy access to Central Expressway, Caruth Hills & Homeplace has become a premier neighborhood in Dallas and University Park.


FAQ’s
We had to do some work on that one. It’s a long “handle,” to be sure, but made easier if you just remember that the acronym is pronounced “Chay-Na.”
You can help “Unify, Beautify and Protect” your neighborhood. Click here to join or pay your annual dues.
Do you have a suggestion on what CHHNA can be doing to improve our neighborhood? Let us know!
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Why Join CHHNA?


To maintain the Caruth Hills & Homeplace neighborhood integrity in our urban setting, there must be a dedicated, representative organization. That was the reason CHHNA was born.


Membership Privileges

  • A voting voice in neighborhood issues.
  • Email alerts on areas of concern, such as crime information, city road work, rezoning, etc.
  • Liaison with city and county governments.
  • Land Use Information including deed restrictions, builder set-backs, rezoning, traffic, and more.
  • Social and Community Events

The mission is simple.

Getting it done takes YOU!

Join or Renew Today!

2017 Officers & Directors


CHHNA is a voluntary association of neighbors with the goals to enhance, protect, and beautify our neighborhood.

President– Linda Kent
Vice President Communications– Jennifer Kearns
Vice President – Nathan Allen
Secretary– Theresa Searles
Treasurer– Freda Ballas

Directors
Malinda Arvesen
Elizabeth Chandler
Rich Childs
Lucas Hanna

Past President– Betty Williamson

Advisory Council
Dennis D’Amico, Founding Member, Chair
Sam Burford
W. W. Caruth III
Bill McRae
John Swank