Thank you for your continued engagement within the community.
As your Council Representative, it is my goal to help influence a stronger city. I encourage you to get involved with your HOA groups, Crime Watch groups and attend public meetings. It is an honor to serve this district and work to enhance the quality of life for District 11 and the City of Dallas.
Please know, my office is available to assist with policy questions and constituent service requests.
My staff and I look forward to hosting community meetings this year, and will regularly post community events and meetings under the meetings/events tab on the District 11 webpage.
Lee M. Kleinman
Fiscal Year 20-21 Budget Information.pdf
Winter Newsletter 2020.pdf
Service Request Performance
- Domestic Violence affects individuals in every community, regardless of age, economic status, sexual orientation, gender, race, religion or nationality. You are not alone; help is available.
- It takes courage to ask for help when someone you love is hurting you. You are not alone; support is available.
- Domestic Violence includes physical violence, sexual violence, psychological violence and emotional abuse. Violence in relationships is never okay. Speak with someone to understand the signs of abuse.
- La violencia doméstica afecta a personas de todas las comunidades, independientemente de la edad, la situación económica, la orientación sexual, el género, la raza, la religión o la nacionalidad. No estás solo; hay ayuda disponible.
- Se necesita el valor para pedir ayuda cuando alguien que amas te está lastimando. No estás solo; hay ayuda disponible.
- La violencia doméstica incluye la violencia física, la violencia sexual, la violencia psicológica y el abuso emocional. La violencia en las relaciones nunca está bien. Habla con alguien para entender los signos de abuso.
Halloween Safety Tips for COVID-19
As of today, approximately 27,000 households in District 11 have
responded to the 2020 Census. This means there are about 18,000 households
which have not completed Census information.
information is critical for deciding where federal funds will be allocated
across the country. The more people counted; the more federal funding your
community receives. Without your count, your community will lose needed funding
that trusted organizations receive from the census to assist you and your
Trusted organizations that contribute to education, healthcare, and housing are at risk of losing 3 million in federal dollars per year for every 1% of Texans not counted. Don't lose critical funding that the City of Dallas needs to shape the next 10 years of your future. Go online at 2020Census.gov or call 1-844.330.2020 and get counted.
La información del
censo es fundamental para decidir dónde se asignan los fondos federales en todo
el país. Mientras más personas sean contadas; más fondos federales recibirá su comunidad.
Sin su conteo, su comunidad perderá los fondos necesarios que las organizaciones
confiables reciben del censo para ayudarlo a usted y a sus familias.
confiables que contribuyen con la educación, la atención médica y de vivienda corren
el riesgo de perder 3 millones de dólares federales por año por cada 1% de los tejanos
no contados. No pierda los fondos críticos que la Ciudad de Dallas necesita para
dar forma a los próximos 10 años de su futuro. Vaya a 2020Census.gov o llame al
1-844.468.2020 y sea contado.
Dallas Public Library
(Expands Curbside Service)
Starting October 1st, 11 more Library To Go locations! For more details and to see the full
list, visit http://dallaslibrary2.org/covid-19/.
Library To Go is as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4. And if
you have books to drop off, you can do it at the same time - just drop your
books off in the book return while you wait for staff to bring out your holds!
For more details, to see the list of branches,
or to read the FAQ, visit dallaslibrary2.org/covid-19/.
2020 National Night Out
Tuesday, October 6th
In light of COVID-19, the City of Dallas is offering newer, safer ways to celebrate National Night Out 2020 virtually. National Night Out is a community-building campaign that is celebrated across the nation promoting police-community partnerships and encourages neighborhoods to come together and the City is offering a few different ways residents may connect during National Night Out including our “Party Packets” for neighborhood organizations. For more details please click here.
TCU Homelessness Community Engagement Study
The Office of Homeless Solutions
This survey is gathering
information about public perceptions of homelessness and potential solutions to
homelessness. The City of Dallas Office of Homeless Solutions will use
information gather by the survey to develop a community engagement plan and
affordable housing for people experiencing homelessness. This is a one-time,
voluntary, and anonymous survey that will take approximately 20 minutes to
complete. You will receive no compensation for completing the survey. Click here.
El propósito de esta encuesta es ayudar a la
Oficina de Soluciones para Personas sin Hogar de la Ciudad de Dallas a comprender las percepciones públicas
sobre el problema de la falta de vivienda en Dallas. Si acepta participar en el estudio, le
pediremos que complete una encuesta única, voluntaria y anónima. Esperamos que
su participación tome unos 20 minutos. No será compensado por completar esta encuesta. Haga clic aquí.
Dallas Park & Recreation
Summer 2020 Programs
Postponed to 2021
Dallas Park and Recreation Department has determined it is in the best and safest interest of participants and staff that the following programs are cancelled for this summer season:
- Aquatics (does NOT include spraygrounds)
- 13-Recreation Summer Camps
- 10-Roving Recreation Camps (park site programming)
- 12-Outdoor Adventures (program designed to introduce youth and families to kayaking, photography, geocaching and mountain biking)
Dallas Park and Recreation Department will expand Rec@Home Virtual Summer Camp in order to serve additional youth. For additional information please read here.
The City of Dallas Office of Communications, Outreach and Marketing has launched a bilingual public awareness campaign, designed to slow spread of
COVID-19 through personal testimonials.
You are invited to create your very own PSA and share it within your communities, using #StayOnGuard (English) or #EnGuardiaDallas (Spanish). Find a complete social media strategy in English and Spanish, including sample posts, downloadable logos, social media graphics and more to promote the campaign at www.DallasCityHall.com/StayOnGuard
For more information, please visit www.dallascityhall.com/COVID19 or
call 214-670-INFO (4636).
COVID - 19
DFW Tornado Response_Oct21.pdf
Tornados.Atmos Energy - Recomienda a Mantenerse Seguros_10.21.pdf
Northaven Trail Connection - Phase 1B & Bridge over US 75 Design Update:
NH_Trail_07_25-19 COD update.pdf
Dallas Park and Recreation Department - Wildflower Areas:
APPROVED PSA Wildflower maintenance Spring and Summer.pdf
Dallas Midtown Automated Transportation System Study:
Dallas Midtown Automated Transportation System Study.pdf
Dallas Water Utilities hosted a community meeting regarding the Hughes Lane at Kalani Place Storm Drainage Improvement Project, where staff showed the presentation below:
Hughes Lane @ Kalani Place Presentation Final 3-25-19A.pdf
Please see the information below regarding District 11 Bond Updates:
This podcast will shed some light to Dallas' approach to bike share programs. a16z Podcast: All about Bike Sharing - Andreessen Horowitz
*The Hillcrest Shopping Center is in Council District 12, and affects many District 11 citizens. Council Member Kleinman stands with former Council Member Greyson in leaving the current zoning plan in place. Hillcrest Village Meeting Report by CM Greyson.docx
District 11 Newsletters
Winter Newsletter - January 2019.pdf
Fall Newsletter - October 2018.pdf
May 2017 - Summer Newsletter.pdf
March 2017 - Spring Newsletter .pdf
December 2016 - Winter Newsletter.pdf
October 2016 - Fall Newsletter.pdf
June 2016 - Summer Newsletter.pdf
November 2015 - Winter Newsletter.pdf
September 2015 - Fall Newsletter.pdf