Vickery Place is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Dallas, filled with Prairie, Craftsman and Tudor bungalows, and old growth Pecan trees. The original Vickery Place subdivision was created out of the survey of three farms in August, 1911. Initially, 500 lots were platted, and Vickery Place was bounded on
We've recently created a Facebook Group to allow neighbors to interact with each other. Our existing Facebook Page is still a great source for the latest events from the Vickery Place Neighborhood Association but the new Facebook Group is a way to enable neighbors to reach out to each other!
Council District Vickery Place lies within Dallas City Council District 14. Our city council representatives (and their staff) are extremely conscientious and responsive. If you have concerns that you would like addressed with them, their contact information is found on the Dallas City Hall website. Conservation District VPCD portion of
In the early 1900's Vickery Place was mostly cotton fields, and was considered North Dallas, with Goodwin Avenue the northern city limit. With the introduction of street cars in 1888, people began to move outward from the city. Platted in the year 1911, Vickery Place is one of the oldest
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Many people in Vickery Place (and indeed, in Dallas and the neighboring suburbs) remember how long it took for the reconstruction of the Central Expressway, which occupied the better part of a decade to complete. In fact, if you include the construction of the High Five interchange at 635, then
Greenville Avenue Greenville Avenue has long been one of the most important arteries serving East Dallas and beyond. Along with Knox-Henderson, it forms the backbone of Vickery Place, and north through Greenland Hills (M-Streets) and up into North Eastern Dallas, and comes to an end right at the center of
The first style of homes to be built in Vickery Place were the 2-story Prairie style homes--at least one per block were built and served as the model homes of the day. These are still the showcase homes of Vickery Place today. A few years later, blocks were in-filled with
Please see this important update from the City of Dallas: We are requiring every Conservation District work review application be submitted electronically so all documents, including a completed copy of the CD application, will need to be uploaded into the City of Dallas online permit portal – ProjectDox (https://plansubmittal.dallascityhall.