Welcome to Morrisdale Estates!

Morrisdale Neighborhood Association

Morrisdale Neighborhood Association is a voluntary association with the goal of assuring the continued safety of our families and homes, maintaining neighborhood atmosphere and promoting the mature charm of this development for new homeowners moving to this area.

Morrisdale Neighborhood Association is a voluntary association with the goal of assuring the continued safety of our families and homes, maintaining neighborhood atmosphere and promoting the mature charm of this development for new homeowners moving to this area.

Community Involvement

Neighborhood committees plan events such as Spring Fling, Oktoberfest, and a neighborhood-wide Christmas celebration each year as well as plan Citizens on Patrol schedules. Various committees plan activities all year long.

Neighborhood committees plan events such as Spring Fling, Oktoberfest, and a neighborhood-wide Christmas celebration each year as well as plan Citizens on Patrol schedules. Various committees plan activities all year long.

Morrisdale Estates

The Morrisdale gazebo forms a centerpoint for the neighborhood among homes nestled among hills and tree-lined streets. Construction of Morrisdale Estates began in the early 1960s and continued over the next ten or so years until reaching its eastern boundary.

The Morrisdale gazebo forms a centerpoint for the neighborhood among homes nestled among hills and tree-lined streets. Construction of Morrisdale Estates began in the early 1960s and continued over the next ten or so years until reaching its eastern boundary.

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Welcome to the Web site of the Morrisdale Neighborhood Association. We’ve provided this site for visitors to find out information about the neighborhood and the Morrisdale Neighborhood Association. We hope you’ll find the information here useful.

Important Upcoming Events

Oktoberfest 2017 – Saturday, October 14th

Join the Oktoberfest fun at the annual picnic!

Do you smell that??? It’s either fall or bratwurst or both! The annual MNA Oktoberfest celebration for MNA members is coming up soon, October 14th, at 5 p.m. down at the end of Pebble Creek Drive in the usual spot. MNA as usual will supply the main course (brats, hot dogs, sauerkraut, water and lemonade), and each area will be asked to bring something.  All paid MNA members are invited to attend and enjoy the good food and good conversation with your neighbors! See you there!

Things to bring:
All: a chair for each person to sit in, any other drinks you wish to consume
Green Area: Veggies and Side Dishes
Yellow Area: Desserts
Pink Area: Salads of various types
Purple Area: Chips/Dips and accoutrements such as onions for brats

Steak Dinner at the Fire Station – Saturday, October 21st

Euless Fire Department serves all of Euless, and all of Euless appreciates the services they provide. Now would be a great time to show support by attending the steak dinner that is held at the Euless Fire Station #3 at 202 S Main St. For $15, you get a steak dinner and an opportunity to meet and support your fire department.Call 817-267-0981 or 817-685-1600 for tickets, or visit the Fire Administration Building at 201 N. Ector Dr. during business hours.

Pumpkin Carving – Sunday, October 22nd

There will be a pumpkin carving activity at the Thomas home on Wildwood from 3-5 p.m. (mostly for the kids, but adult kids could carve too!). Bring your own pumpkin to carve!

Halloween! – Tuesday, October 31st

Halloween will bring hundreds of children into Morrisdale if weather is good.

If you’ve never experienced a Halloween evening in Morrisdale, you may be in for a surprise! When the weather is nice on Halloween night, children from within Morrisdale and from surrounding areas flood into the neighborhood by the carload. The entrance to Morrisdale becomes jammed up with traffic from those coming and going. While MNA typically pays for additional police presence to help direct traffic, we ask that you all be more aware on Halloween night. Slow down. Pay attention. Children will be everywhere if weather is good.

 

 

 

About Morrisdale Estates

Morrisdale Entry

Morrisdale entry at Pipeline and Driftwood welcomes residents and guests.

Morrisdale Estates, located in Euless, TX and bordered by Pipeline Road and Hwy 10 to the north and south and Woodridge Circle and Woodvine Drive to the west and east, was built beginning in the early 1960s and continued through the 1970s by developer Paul Huffhines. To learn more about Morrisdale Estates, visit our About Morrisdale Estates section.

About Morrisdale Neighborhood Assocation

Morrisdale logo

Morrisdale’s logo reminds us of our hills and trees.

Morrisdale Neighborhood Association, or MNA as it’s commonly called here in Morrisdale Estates, was revived in 1994 as a voluntary association of residents with the goal of promoting neighborly interaction. To learn more about the contributions made over the years by residents and members of Morrisdale Neighborhood Association, visit our About MNA section.

Community Involvement

Community involvement is at the heart of Morrisdale Neighborhood Assocation and its members. Each year, members and residents donate both resources and time to the neighborhood by participating on various committees and groups and helping with event planning. That’s not all they do. They also donate to local area assistance programs and to help fill needs within the city of Euless departments like the Fire Department, Police Department and the local animal shelter. Learn more about charitable activities and internal committees.

Events

Part of being a paid member of the Morrisdale Neighborhood Association is being invite to the numerous community parties and events that take place throughout the year! Several of the events are also open to non-paying members as a community outreach. To view the upcoming events, visit our Events section or take a look at the sidebar on the right of this homepage.

Newsletter

Every two months, the Morrisdale Neighborhood Association publishes a newsletter available to paid and comped members of the association. The newsletter contains news, events and articles of interest to the residents and members of the neighborhood. Paid or comped members can also access a PDF of the printed newsletter online by visiting our Newsletter section.

Contact Us

Many times, residents and visitors alike have questions about the site or the neighborhood or the Morrisdale Neighborhood Association. Feel free to use the contact form here to reach us by email. We’ll try to get back to you as soon as possible.