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CENSUS 2020 – Great Response Meadows Place & Fort Bend County

Events in June 2024

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May 26, 2024
May 27, 2024(1 event)

City Offices Closed - Memorial Day

May 27, 2024

May 28, 2024(1 event)

First Day of Summer Camp

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Kick Off to Summer Event

June 7, 2024

Mark your calendar! Kick Off to Summer event is Friday, June 7, 6P – 8P.

There will be free hamburgers and hotdogs served by City Council, first come first serve. There will also be awesome live music from MD Hamilton and the pool will be open, no wristband pass required!

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Flag Day

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Father's Day

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First Day of Summer

June 20, 2024

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Barefoot Friday and Junior Barefoot Friday 

June 21, 2024

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June 25, 2024(1 event)

City Council Regular Meeting

June 25, 2024

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July 4, 2024(2 events)

City Offices Closed - Independence Day

July 4, 2024

Food Truck Family Festival and Fireworks

July 4, 2024

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Congratulations to Fort Bend County and the City of Meadows Place for a good showing on the 2020 Census Reporting. Fort Bend County is the highest reporting County in Texas at this point and Meadows Place is higher than that. Not where we need to be, but closing in on it. Please complete your 2020 Census form if you haven’t already. 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 the State tells them to do.  Additionally Home Rule can reduce the legislative interference in city affairs and we get to make our own rules – like terms of elected officials.  Home Rule also permits citizens to determine the form and administrative organization of their local government. BUT – to choose to do that we need to be a minimum of 5,000 population. We are close, so make sure to fill out your Census form and send it in.

Whether online or with pen on paper, we need to report everyone living here in Meadows Place and this Census is VERY important to Meadows Place so  please …please fill in your form. Thank you. 

FYI_ The Census bureau labeled us Stafford instead of Meadows Place.  But don’t worry, by working with the Census Bureau I found that we can turn them in with either Meadows Place or Stafford on them and the census Numbers will be reported properly.  At least that’s what Jim Castagneri,  the Geographic Coordinator at U.S. Census Bureau, confirmed.  He says, and I quote –

“ Rest assured, we will be coding responses to the correct City based on decades of geocoding work.”