Welcome to Vickery Meadow, a neighborhood that families call home! The community of Vickery Meadow is supported by the Vickery Meadow Management Corporation (VMMC), a 501(c )(3) non-profit organization that oversees the Vickery Meadow Improvement District (VMID). The VMID organization was formed in 1993 to enhance the quality of life for Vickery Meadow residents, and thereby stabilize the values of real property and real property improvements within the District. VMID, in collaboration with residents and area stakeholders, remains committed to making Vickery Meadow a “healthy community”.   Like our new Facebook page, follow us on Twitter and join our email list to stay in the loop! 

Recent Announcements

  • Resident Issue Form
    If you have residents with any type of adverse issues, whether from employers or retailers, as a result of Ebola stigma, please complete this form and return to us, so that we can take action.  
    Posted Oct 10, 2014, 2:28 PM by Rebecca Range
  • Need Educational Materials on Ebola in Multiple Languages?
    Many thanks to the Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS)!  DCHHS has translated Ebola public health information and made the translated materials available via their website. Languages that are available are Hindi, Nepali, Russian, Oromo, Swahili, French, Urdu, Amharic, Arabic, Burmese, Farsi, Spanish and English.  Please visit the link listed below to see/download the available translated documents.  Please send along this link throughout your organizations, post on your websites, Facebook, etc. 

     Dallas County Ebola Public Health Information in Multiple Languages

    Posted Oct 10, 2014, 1:54 PM by Rebecca Range
  • * Community Public Health Advisory*

    We wanted to share a few important updates with you regarding the recent diagnosis of Ebola at Presbyterian Hospital. As you may be aware, a man from the Vickery Meadow area was taken to the hospital and tested positive for Ebola on Tuesday.   He was transported from the Ivy Apartments at 7225 Fair Oaks.


    The CDC has assured us there is no chance of the virus spreading to the rest of our community, as conditions that have caused it to spread in other countries do not exist here in the United States. 


    As a  basic precautionary measure, we have sent public health information to each of our apartment communities and are working closely with owners, managers and residents in the area. We also have translators standing by to assist with any educational information our community may need.

    The Dallas County Health and Human Services also informed us that five students who attend four different campuses may have had contact with the individual.  The students attend the following campuses:  Dan D. Rogers Elementary School, Emmett J. Conrad High School, L.L. Hotchkiss Elementary School, and Sam Tasby Middle School.  While no student from Lowe Elementary School has been identified, as an extra pre-caution the district is monitoring Jack Lowe Sr. Elementary since it is connected to Tasby Middle School.  As a precautionary measure, the students who were exposed to this individual have been advised to stay home from school. It is important to know that individuals are not contagious until symptoms appear.  Since these students have not presented any symptoms, there is nothing to suggest that the disease was spread by any of these students to others, including to students and staff.  

    To see the flyer sent home to elementary students today, click here.

    To access a Conrad High School flyer, translated in multiple languages, click here.    

    Some important notes to remember: 

    • Ebola is not highly infectious.

    • Ebola can only be passed on through blood or body fluids.  It is cannot be passed on from breathing the air.

    • Vigorous hand washing is the best way to prevent the disease.

    • Please contact the hospital or CDC if you or anyone you know has any Ebola symptoms including:

      • Fever (greater than 38.6°C or 101.5°F)

      • Severe headache

      • Muscle pain

      • Weakness

      • Diarrhea

      • Vomiting

      • Abdominal (stomach) pain

      • Unexplained hemorrhage (bleeding or bruising)

    Residents with immediate concerns can call 311 or 211, or call the OEM at 214-670-4275.  General community questions can also be directed to our office, 214-265-8285.


    We appreciate your care and concern of this very serious situation.  For additional information about Ebola please visit the CDC's website:


    Our thoughts and prayers are with the man who is infected and the health care professionals who are providing treatment. Thank you for your support.

    Posted Oct 5, 2014, 11:30 AM by Rebecca Range
  • Vickery Meadow Local Market Now Open!
    We had a great opening day at the new market last Sunday! Come see us every Sunday from 9am to 2pm in the west parking lot of the Half Price Books flagship store at 5803 E NW Highway. 


    Posted Sep 26, 2014, 12:39 PM by Rebecca Range
  • Condo Workshop Series Begins!
    Posted Aug 21, 2014, 9:01 AM by Rebecca Range
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