Nash, and Robert Henderson.
The City Building Committee (Architectural Control Committee) is charged with administering and controlling construction in the City of Meadowlakes. Authority for this charge is contained in the City’s ordinances and the Property Owner’s Association covenants and restrictions, which, among other things, specify that the committee will insure harmony of aesthetic values of exterior design for all property owners.
A property owner desiring to construct a house, alter or add to an existing house, construct a deck, patio, pool, or install a fence, must have the prior approval of the Committee. Three (3) sets of detailed drawings of work to be performed must be submitted to the Building Committee at the City Hall office, for approval. The Committee will then review these drawings within ten (10) days of the submittal date. Any drawings not approved at this time will be reconsidered after changes have been made and resubmitted for review at the next regular meeting of the committee. All residential construction must conform to the ”International Codes” (I-Codes) as well as other adopted codes and to numerous local building ordinances and restrictions.
Meadowlakes is a very desirable place to live. The amenities include the, controlled entrance, mowing, excellent water system and friendly people are a result of planning and organized development. We want to continue what has been successful. If you have a question about your project, please contact a member of the Building Committee.
The Building Committee meets on the second and fourth Monday's of each month at 1:30 p.m. at City Hall unless otherwise posted.