Hello neighbors! The 2021 Summer Newsletter has arrived! Check out the attached newsletter for information on a Walnut Grove garage sale, the return of our 4th of July bike parade, information about the Garden Club and Book Club, and more!Read More →

Flowers are in bloom and planting season is here! Maybe you have a problem area in your yard and could use some advice. Maybe you want to help share your passion for gardening. Maybe you want to talk to other neighbors who also love making our neighborhood beautiful. If anyRead More →

Need to find your next favorite book? What about getting a different perspective on the books that you’re reading? Want a new way to explore your love of literature? Consider joining the Walnut Grove Book Club! Neighbor Jack Coe is looking for Walnut Grove neighbors interested in reading and discussingRead More →

Tree removals are underway on some of our circles and greenways. Towards the end of May, ECO Tree Company will be completing tree removal for 6 dying trees in our circles and greenways.  Springwood Circle: Greenway Path entrance, stump grinding (Ash tree removed over the Winter) Southwick Circle: Circle, stumpRead More →

Tonight, April 8th, 2021, at 7pm, Alder Keith Furman is hosting a public safety focused community meeting, including discussion on recent gun violence in the Midtown District. Midtown and West Police Command will attend, along with Anthony Cooper Sr. from Focused Interruption. To get more information, please visit Alder Furman’sRead More →

Today, March 1st, at 5:30pm there will be a Zoom-based Community Q & A Session regarding the proposed Zoning Ordinance amendments related to allowing greater residential densities and adjusting conditional use thresholds, Legistar #63902.  There will be a video presentation to provide an overview, and Planning Division Director Heather Stouder and ZoningRead More →

Dues notices have been sent out. As a member of the Walnut Grove Community, a general annual fee is assessed to all single family and duplex & condo lots in the Walnut Grove neighborhood. The fees are used to defray the costs of maintaining property deeded to WGHA – theRead More →