Pool Wristband Pre-sale, Music in the Park concert series, and brand new programs like Line Dancing and Zumba, will be coming to Meadows Place in April! Visit the Parks and Recreation page for additional information or call 281-983-2935.
Walgreens is the March recipient of the Meadows Place Economic Development Corporation Business of the Month! Pictured l-r are : Mayor Charles Jessupl EDC Director, Mathew Walker, Walgreens Shift Manager Terry Mendoza and EDC Director Kurt Kopczynski. This award is presented to those business partners who contribute to, and support the City of Meadows Place. which Walgreens has done for a long time. Meadows Place has great business partners. Please support them whenever possible.
There’s still time to register!
3/18, 2pm @ Meadows Place Lake, $25 for family of 4 / $10 Individual. Must Pre-register by March 14.
Come and experience the great outdoors first hand. For those who have never camped and even those who are experienced this event will be fun for all. We will teach the basics of kayaking, archery, etc. We will provide the meals and you will provide a tent and sleeping gear. Check in is at 2pm and activities will begin at 3pm. The event ends Sunday morning by 10am. This is a family event at least one parent or guardian must be registered for youth under 18 to participate.
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DORRANCE LANE OVERLAY COMPLETED –
Fort Bend County finished the Dorrance Lane Overlay project in record time and opened the street for use well ahead of schedule. The city and the affected businesses were thrilled with both the early completion and the quality of the finished project.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Nine Emergency Notification Marquees are now located at key points in the city to assure quick access to important notices during an emergency. They will be used for general city information until such a time when emergency notification becomes necessary. Please familiarize yourself with these locations.
The Chicken Research Committee consisted of Meadows Place residents- Charles Kulhanek(Chairman), Cinda English, Katie North, David Cosby, Chris Peek and Mary Milner. I thank them for all the research and hard work they put in on our behalf.
As Mayor, I reminded both the Committee, and the Council, that these results were non-binding and are but one of many matters to be taken into consideration when Council deliberates whether or not to pass an ordinance regarding laying hens in Meadows Place.
The committee recommendations were: 4 in favor of allowing laying hens in Meadows Place; 1 against; and 1 in favor of the city not addressing the issue at all since deed restrictions currently cover the topic. The recommendations to Council included several restrictions as well.
The City of Meadows Place, and Meadows Place Economic Development Corporation, are supporting the three man rowing team of Mike Matson, David Alviar & Brian Krauskopf. They have rowed their 22 ft. rowboat over 2000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean already. Mike Matson was a firefighter who served the Meadows Place Fire station and worked with Anne Sullivan when she was stationed at Meadows Place. The boat is named Anne after the firefighter who died in the line of duty. .
The team left La Gomera off the coast of Morocco on Dec. 16th, 2016, bound for English Harbour, Antigua in the West Indies. They have weathered high winds, big waves, rain and sun but are still rowing hard. They are still on their own on the ocean and at the mercy of the wind, waves, storms another 400 miles. The City of Meadows Place Facebook page has regular postings as the race progresses. Please follow along and support – The American Oarsmen
Please join the Active Adults Program (over 50) every Monday from 10:00 to 1:00 at the Community Center. A wide variety of crafts, programs, speakers and field trips are offered. Come be a part of the fun !!
The City of Meadows Place is engaged in hazard mitigation planning with Fort Bend County to identify risks and vulnerabilities associated with natural disasters, develop long-term strategies for protecting people and property from future hazard events and lessen risks to community assets. The current plan expires Oct. 11 2017, but city leaders are already working on a new plan. “This is a very important step in making sure Meadows Place is as prepared as it can be” said Mayor Charles Jessup about the initial meeting with State and County official as well as representatives of other Fort Bend County cities, towns and villages.
Participating from Meadows Place were Mayor Jessup, Police Chief Gary Stewart, Public Works Director Danny Segundo, Finance Director Anna-Maria Weston, Parks Director Colene Cabezas and City Secretary Courtney Rutherford. There will be a series of meetings, evaluations, public outreach and significant data gathering to bring the mitigation plan to life. Estimated completion date for the preliminary draft is June, 2017.
Eric Helfman of Helfman Ford in Meadows Place is all smiles as he receives the January Business of the Month Award from Meadows Place Economic Development Corporation. This award is presented to those business partners who contribute to and support the city. Pictured l-r: EDC Director Matthew Walker; Sales Manager James Abraham; EDC Director Kurt Kopczynski; Sales Manager Eric Helfman and Finance Director Calvin Redmond. Congratulations Helfman Ford, and Thank You for being a big part of Meadows Place success.