The Glen Oaks Homeowners Association was formed to promote communication, safety, and neighborhood improvements. Membership is open to all residents and voluntary annual fees support neighborhood projects and gatherings. As a community, we are positioning Glen Oaks for rediscovery and renewal.

 
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Our Beginning

Glen Oaks is one of Oak Cliff’s richest hidden treasures. Claton Wyman developed Glen Oaks over a 15-year period from 1952-1967 on the site of the historic Frank Holland Farm. It is important to outline an understanding of this great and noteworthy community.

While the city of Dallas’s population doubles between now and 2030, the combination of idyllic natural beauty and quality workmanship of homes found in Glen Oaks will undoubtedly be recognized by many new home buyers moving to Dallas from all parts of the country. There is “only so much” of this appealing combination of natural beauty and quality available within the confines of the City Limits of Dallas. Many people moving to Dallas when they are ready to buy, still want trees, hills and greenery that looks like where they came from.

 

“Glen Oaks residents continue to enjoy the neighborhood’s natural beauty in which well-maintained brick homes are nestled on generously proportioned lots.”

— Kerry Adams - Longtime Glen Oaks Resident

 
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Mid-Century Design

A Masterpiece of 1950’s Urban Planning:
Careful Development
Custom-built into the Natural Landform among Native Trees

 
 

1200+

homes

420+

acres

82%

homeowners

 
 

Families made Glen Oaks a triumphant success and families and individuals will ensure its preservation and adapt it through changes of coming years.

 
 

Get Involved

The Glen Oaks Homeowners Association was formed to promote communication, safety and neighborhood improvements. Membership is open to all residents and voluntary annual fees support neighborhood projects and gatherings. As a community, we are positioning Glen Oaks for rediscovery and renewal.

Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month (except during the summer) at 7pm at Mark Twain School for the Talented and Gifted.