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COVID -19 Information- Updated 4/1- w Link and Hotline #

City of Meadows Place

In the spirit of keeping safe and meeting COVID-19  recommendations to limit the transmission of this very scary virus,  Meadows Place  City Hall will remain to the public until further notice. Staff is on a modified  schedule to to maintain Social Distancing standards while providing services to the city. A good source for COVID-19 information … Continue reading

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CENSUS 2020 -Why this Census is important

City of Meadows Place

Census 2020 is very important to Meadows Place.  If we hit 5,000 population it means Meadows Place can vote on whether or not we want to go to Home Rule or stay a General Law city. The big difference is Home Rule cities do what they want to do and General Law cities do what … Continue reading

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Municipal Court Postponed- City Hall Closed to Public

City of Meadows Place

In accordance with directives to deter community transmission of COVID-19,  The City of Meadows Place has announced the Municipal Court will be closed until further notice. Individuals with court hearings after Mar. 16 will be rescheduled. The lobby will be closed Thursday but the city offices, including court will remain open. The city is strongly … Continue reading

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Meadows Place Water is Safe

City of Meadows Place

Yes, Meadows Place water is safe. A precautionary “Boil Water” notice was posted for an small portion of Houston north of 1960 near the airport and grew to include their entire system – but this does NOT include us. Our water is ours. It is safe, tastes good and has nothing to do with Houston … Continue reading

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City closer to hiring a City Administrator

City of Meadows Place

Thank you Tia Baker, Bob Graf, Rick Staigle and Steve Bezner for serving on the 2020 City Administrator Selection Committee. This is a position for a professional who will help Meadows Place move more smoothly into the 21st century. The committee worked hard to take the 42 qualified applications down to 19 potential candidates then … Continue reading

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Kirkwood Roundabouts Recognized

City of Meadows Place

The following was recently published and talks about the project from beginning to the present.  Kirkwood Road is a four lane concrete boulevard with four consecutive stop signs that had reached its service life and was showing signs of distress.  The City of Meadows Place selected HDR to provide a solution that delivered traffic calming … Continue reading

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Photo Contest has a Winner !!!

City of Meadows Place

Meadows Place launched a fun new Photo Contest that ran through January 7th, 2020. To participate residents had to come by City Hall or the Discovery Center by the pool, pick up a Butterfly Bottle, take a picture and send it in to the City . The winner was the photo with the most ‘Likes” … Continue reading

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Kirkwood Project Nearing Completion

City of Meadows Place

January 20, 2020   CLEANUP HAS BEGUN!!! The sidewalks on both sides are in, they are working on guard rails over the bayou, rubble and debris are being removed and swept up barriers and detours are gone.  Note: The latest update from the Engineers, Contractors and Staff have the completion date on the Kirkwood project … Continue reading

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Christmas Trees off to Save Sand Dunes

City of Meadows Place

Tis the season to start thinking about Christmas cleanup. Starting Thursday, the City of Meadows Place begins its free Christmas tree recycling program. We are very proud of the number of residents who haul, or drag, their Christmas trees up to our tree recycling center. This year we will be sending our trees to the … Continue reading

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The Trout are Coming, the Trout are Coming!

City of Meadows Place

On Wednesday, December 11th sometime between 9 and around noon, Texas Parks and Wildlife fisheries will release 1,100 beautiful rainbow trout into our lake.  These are eating size and you can take home 5 a day until they are all gone.  Whether you will be there with a sophisticated fly rig or a can of … Continue reading

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