The Meadowlakes Property Owners' Association (MPOA) is a nonprofit corporation incorporated in the State of Texas.  The Association’s purpose is to maintain and where possible, enhance the aesthetic, economic and social values of the community.

The seven member Board Of Directors conducts the business of the Association.  The MPOA Annual Meeting is held in October, at which time Directors who serve staggered terms, are elected.  Officers of the Board are elected by the Directors immediately following the Annual Meeting. The Board of Directors meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 to conduct the Association’s business. You are encouraged to attend these meetings which are held at city hall, 177 Broadmoor.

Streets within the City of Meadowlakes are
owned and maintained by the MPOA.  This allows the MPOA to provide the community with controlled access security 24 hours a day  Residents are issued identification decals for their windshields, which allows them to proceed slowly through the gate area.

Nonresident visitors and commercial vehicles are required to stop at the gate, state their destination within the subdivision and sign a register to obtain a visitor’s pass.  Nonresident vehicles are not permitted to enter the gate after
10:00 P.M. unless the gate has been notified of their arrival.


Appearance of the community is maintained by the Architectural Control Committee and the landscape maintenance crew. Vacant lots are not to be used by residents to dispose of trash, broken tree limbs, or incidental pruning debris.

The MPOA maintains a waterfront park area, featuring a boat launching ramp, swimming, fishing, boat dock and picnic tables. Property owners may request use of the picnic area for private gatherings. Please contact the Association Secretary for permission to use the facility.  The above facilities and functions are financed by an annual assessment, determined by the Board of Directors.

HISTORY OF MEADOWLAKES

The development of Meadowlakes began in 1973. In 1982, the community consisted of 91 homes and 178 people.  By that time most of the streets, all of the utilities and recreational facilities were complete.

In the fall of 1985, residents voted overwhelmingly to incorporate.  The City of Meadowlakes became a reality largely through the efforts of its first Mayor, Dick Neill.  We are a proud, comfortable, and friendly city. Voluntary  compliance with the ordinances and restrictions, as well as pride in the appearance of our city are important to all. In May 1998, the city voted to change from a Type C to a Type A Municipal Government. From a Mayor and two Commissioners, the City Government went to a Mayor and five Councilmembers.

The City is contained within 519 acres, of which the is the City Owned Golf Course, Club House and facilities which cover 150 acres of the total.