We shared stories and gabbed about the weather and gardens. But we also exchanged serious information about home improvements that stop burglars. We encouraged each other to be vigilant watching for suspicious activity, maybe a crime in progress, at our neighbor’s house. We enjoyed hearing the crime prevention advice we learned from several police officers [...]
We’re starting Block Watch in Gatlinburg:
7 pm, Wednesday, April 24 at 1207 Pigeon Forge (4th house from Immanuel).
Police Officer Griffith will explain what neighbors can do to prevent crimes by forming a street Block Watch.
We would like to start a group on every street. So far we have participants from Dove [...]
You may not hear about a crime unless a neighbor tells you. Otherwise you might think Gatlinburg doesn’t have a crime problem. BUT WE DO!
The Gatlinburg subdivision has nearly 500 households and police are called to investigate crimes every week. I know this because I get a SpotCrime.com daily email summary with a list and [...]
We want to express our deepest sympathy to the two families at 613 and 611 Pigeon Forge who lost everything in the home fires Sunday. Fortunately everyone and pets are safe, but please offer your help to the Cruiz and Menke families during the coming weeks as they face the daunting task of starting over. [...]
Are you flushing money down the toilet? [...]
Be smart when hiring contractors. [...]
Call 1-188-313-4747 to report broken street lights. [...]
I’ve been reading the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan for 2030. You can read it too by clicking here http://www.pflugerville2030.com/documents/PflugervillePark_Open_Space_Master_Plan_Draft_100615.pdf (This will open up all 108 plan pages so give it some time.) You can also go to http://www.pflugerville2030.com.
I should have posted a link to this February 8th PfCONA video presentation on Census 2010 here earlier (see it below.) A link was put on the PfCONA and City of Pflugerville web sites. I just forgot about it.
Gatlinburg Is Great for Walking
Its time to get moving! We are lucky to have nice residential streets without much traffic, lots of trees for shade, and gentle hills. See how you can walk 2 miles in Gatlnburg on this map.