The annual Fox Run Community National Night Out (NNO) community event was well attended by almost 100 participants. We thank the staff and residents of the Autism Treatment Center (ATC) for providing their facilities at Fox Knoll and Nacogdoches for a great night of food, fun, and community fellowship. This neighborhood event is an important way of connecting with our Fox Run neighbors and sharing in the San Antonio community in celebrating National Night Out. Thanks to all that participated in this event.
As you have probably noted, we now have a new entry sign at the Fox Knoll entrance and have upgraded the signage at the Kings Mountain entry. These upgrades have been as a result of your annual dues at a total cost of approximately $4,000. We will be adding solar LED lighting to these signs in the future. During the community clean-up day, we worked on the completion of these signs and entry-way clean-up. We were very disappointed on the attendance at this clean-up event, but wish to thank those dedicated residents that joined us in providing work efforts to this community effort.
We continue to encourage the Fox Run Community to participate in the Nextdoor Community Bulletin Board which provides valuable community information and as a sharing resource to Fox Run and surrounding communities. We currently have enrolled 70% of the Fox Run Neighborhood in this community website. Information on community crime, suspicious activities, lost pets, service recommendations, and for sale items are available through this website. Please contact the FRNA President or Communications Director to get an invite to join this website (https://foxrun.nextdoor.com/).