The Belmont Neighborhood Association was originally created in the early 1980's, with its boundaries set as Ross Avenue, Greenville Avenue, McCommas Boulevard, and Skillman Avenue. The BelmontNA was absorbed into the Lower Greenville NA after a difference of opinion regarding development split the membership a few years later.
The new BelmontNA was re-created in 2003 when neighbors realized the Lower Greenville NA had no interest in quality of life issues - noise, traffic, parking, positive redevelopment, and code compliance - so important to our neighborhood.
The BelmontNA holds the distinction of being the only neighborhood association in Dallas not allowed to join the Dallas Homeowners League, due to our very independent and pro-active attitude.
In November 2006, the BelmontNA took possession of the Arcadia Theatre marquee sign just before the building was demolished, following a fire in June 2006. The sign was acquired by the Kilgore & Kilgore Law Firm and the MADI Geometric Museum in Uptown Dallas, where it now hangs after being completely renovated. The sale of the sign and a fundraiser raffle brought nearly $10,000 to the Association's Arcadia Fund, which was used to finance Resident Parking Only on neighborhood streets.
If you live in our neighborhood, please consider joining the BelmontNA. Click here to see our association boundaries and download a membership form.