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Woodlake Food Events


Future Food Trucks will be supplied through our Street Food Finder account https://streetfoodfinder.com/woodlake. You can subscribe to receive news of upcoming trucks coming to Woodlake or check the site. The more people who subscribe, the more variety in food trucks who sign up. Food trucks can sign up the first and third Fridays of each month.

Future restaurant deliveries will be through Durham Delivers: https://www.durhamdelivers.org/communities/woodlake-community.   

Thursday, May 6th 6pm

  • M Restaurants delivery via Durham Delivers
  • Durham Delivers is bringing M Restaurants to Woodlake on Thursday, May 6th at 6pm! That means you can order from M Sushi, M Pocha, M Kokko, or M Tempura- you can order from one or all of the restaurants!
  • You can see the ordering instructions and our upcoming delivery schedule on our neighborhood page here: https://www.durhamdelivers.org/communities/woodlake-community
  • Please place your orders between now and 6pm on Wednesday, then pick up your food at 6pm on Thursday the 6th

Friday, May 7th 4:30-7:30pm

Saturday, May 8th 7-8pm:

  • Brusters Ice Cream Truck
  • Preorder by 9am on May 8th, or choose from the available options at the truck itself.
  • Pre-order Link: https://brusterstruck.square.site/ Please provide the last four digits of your order number at pick up!
  • To order during the event: www.streetfoodfinder.com/brustersapex or download the street food finder app to place live orders

Sunday, May 9th 6-8pm:

  • Munchilove Brownie Truck
  • Munchilove is Durham-based , but willing to travel to bring you their made from scratch delicious brownies filled with awesome things like lemon curd, peanut butter cream cheese frosting AND MORE! Born from a scientist turned baker, this recipe has been tried and (scientifically) tested lol (:

Friday, May 21st 4:30-7:30pm

Wednesday, May 26th 5-7pm 

Stay safe, and shop local!

Neighborhood Watch

The WHOA Neighborhood Watch Committee Committee coordinates awareness and crime prevention programs for the Woodlake community.

The Neighborhood Watch Committee is directed by Area Coordinators and Block Captains. Please make sure that you know your Block Captain and that he/she knows how to contact you for routine or emergency matters.

The Neighborhood Watch organization promotes community safety and serves as a hub for communication regarding crime and suspicious behavior experienced in the Woodlake community.

Residents should report crime and suspicious behavior both to Durham Police (9-1-1) AND also to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

When reporting and/or posting, it is imperative that we avoid descriptions that may appear as racial profiling. These WHOA Neighborhood Watch Reporting Guidelines provide information from the Neighbors for Racial Justice organization to prompt reflection and guide the objective sharing of information.

For a high-level incident or a pattern of incidents, a notice will be posted to the Woodlake Facebook group and an e-mail sent to those subscribed to the neighborhood listserv.

Neighborhood Watch encourages residents to know their neighbors and may host events, like an ice cream social or area BBQ, to facilitate interactions.

We also attempt to prevent crime by reminding residents of tips that reduce opportunity for criminal activity (ex. locking car doors, not leaving valuables in cars, letting neighbors know if you are leaving town, etc.)

 Email the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Advice and Reports:

Home Safety Tips from the Durham Police Department

Vehicle Safety Tips from the Durham Police Department

Neighborhood Watch Reporting Guidelines