Advocacy

On The Road Again

I promise that we’re not going to turn GoOakCliff.org into a running commentary on public transportation and commuting, but we got lots of great comments on the post from yesterday and I thought I’d give you a few more thoughts on day 2 of DART/ bike experience. First, it’s so much nicer to ride when…

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Parking The Car: A New Years Resolution

Over the past several months I’ve been inspired by all the bicycle activity in the Cliff, and in particular with the idea of driving less and using a bike and public transit more. So when it came time for making a few resolutions for the new year, I decided that I’d like to leave my…

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Bishop Arts Big Table A Big Success

The sold out Bishop Arts Big Table was held last night and was blessed with amazing weather, excellent food, and a festive and friendly crowd of 100 diners who got to experience the first Big Table event. The event helped to raise money and awareness for the The Well Community, an Oak Cliff non-profit serving…

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Oak Cliff organizes 2nd Bike to City Hall this Friday

Bike Friendly Oak Cliff has coordinated the second annual Bike to City Hall event for this Friday morning. Bicyclists in Oak Cliff are being asked to meet in the Bishop Arts District at 7:30AM so that they can depart by 7:45AM for Union Station. Once there they’ll meet up with bicyclists from around the city and council…

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Volunteers Beautify Jefferson

Over 40 volunteers worked for nearly 3 hours in the heat this past Saturday morning as part of a Jefferson Boulevard beautification project organized by Go Oak Cliff, the Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce and City of Dallas District One Council Member Delia Jasso. As the City of Dallas is preparing for the opening of…

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The Better Block Wrap-Up

We had an amazing weekend, and the community rallied around our Better Block project. We couldn’t have been more pleased with the turnout and reception from everyone who attended. From council members, to Urban Planners, to longtime residents…everyone embraced the concept of developing Dallas’ first “complete street”. Children played in areas that cars usually ruled,…

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