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- Dallas Area Rapid Transportation (DART): The DART website provides information on public transit services and customer facilities in Dallas and 12 surrounding cities.
- Dallas Central Appraisal District (DCAD): DCAD is responsible for establishing and maintaining accurate property values for all real and business personal property
- Dallas City Hall: The city hall website provides information on employment, elected officials, online services and city department for residents and visitors
- Dallas County Community College (DCCC), includes county public college information (214 378 1824)
- Dallas County Elections: This website provides school, city, county, state and national election information.
- Dallas County Historical Commission: The Dallas County Historical Commission preserves, protects, and promotes the historic resources of Dallas County for the education, enjoyment, and economic benefit of its residents and for the enhancement of the area's quality of life.
- Dallas Homeowners League: The league is an alliance of neighborhood associations, civic leagues, homeowners associations and crime watch groups across Dallas.
- Dallas Historical Society: The Dallas Historical Society collects, preserves and exhibits the heritage of Dallas and Texas.
- Dallas Independent School District (DISD): DISD is also known as Dallas Public Schools. It is the second-largest school district in Texas and the sixteenth-largest in the United States
- Dallas Police Department Helpful Phone Numbers
- DFW Wild Life Organization: This resource provides a hotline – operated 365 days a year from 7 a.m.-10 p.m. – and a website with resources to address FAQs about local wildlife.
- FIDO Oak Cliff: This Facebook group helps reunite lost pets and their owners in Oak Cliff, and shares recommendations, news about pet-related events, and a community bulletin board.
- Federal, State and Local Elected Officials
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
- Fort Worth Avenue Development Group (FWADG): FWADG is a volunteer group interested in developing existing businesses and bringing new businesses and residents to the West Commerce/Fort Worth Avenue corridor.
- National Crime Prevention Council
- Nextdoor: Nextdoor is a hyperlocal social networking service that allows users to exchange helpful information, goods and services.
- North Oak Cliff Police Patrol: NOCUPP is a member-supported non-profit that provides private police patrol service to our neighborhood.
- North Texas Crime Prevention Association
- Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce (OCC)
- Oak Cliff Crime Watch on Facebook
- Old Oak Cliff Conservation League: Now known as Heritage Oak Cliff, this organization focuses on preserving more than 30 neighborhoods in Oak Cliff. Its annual Old Oak Cliff Home Tour funds awards for conservation, beautification and preservation.
- Preservation Dallas
- Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals-Dallas (SPCA-Dallas)
- Texas Crime Prevention Association
- Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT)
- Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), includes state licensing information including accessibility information (800 803 9202)
- Texas Historic Tree Coalition: The TXHTC is an all-volunteer, non-profit group that seeks the best information available from historians, arborists, archaeologists, anthropologists, environmentalists, and other experts in relevant fields to educate the proper care, protection and benefits of trees.
- The Senior Source: This nonprofit provides aging services that assist, protect, and connect older adults to resources and opportunities.
- iWatchDallas is a free mobile crime watch tool you can use to report suspicious or criminal activity. Learn more about the iWatchDallas app online, call 214 671 4TIPS, text DPD plus your tip to 271637, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.