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West Airport Officially Reopened

Events in September 2023

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Holiday - City Offices Closed

September 4, 2023

City offices are closed.  Emergency Personnel will be on duty.

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Human Trafficking and Communities Discussion

September 15, 2023

The City of Meadows Place will be hosting a discussion this Friday focused on human trafficking and communities with special speaker Fort Bend County District Attorney, Brian Middleton. The event will be held in City Hall at 6 PM. For those who cannot attend, the event will be live streamed on our website and Facebook. We hope you can join us in person or online. Keep in mind, questions and comments will not be taken via Facebook.
To learn more about Brian Middleton, check out his bio here: https://www.fortbendcountytx.gov/government/departments/district-attorney
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YAC Beach Cleanup Day

September 23, 2023

Youth Action Council Galveston Beach Cleanup Day is happening soon and we need your help. If you are a high school student or know a high school student, register today.
The event is taking place Saturday, 9/23 in Galveston but registration is due by 9/17.
Email recreation@cityofmeadowsplace.org or text 281-642-7701 by Sunday, 9/17 to register and receive a waiver to participate. Waiver must be filled out in order to attend.
Where and when do we meet? Community Center, Saturday, 9/23, 7:30 AM
How will we get there and is there lunch? Transportation & Lunch Provided by Parks and Recreation Staff
What do you bring? Closed Toe Shoes, Sunscreen, and Towel. You may wear swimsuit under clothes.
When will we be back? We plan to be back at the Community Center by 3 PM.
Do I need a waiver? YES, Email recreation@cityofmeadowsplace.org or text 281-642-7701 by Sunday, 9/17 to receive a waiver to participate. Waiver must be filled out to attend.

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City Council Regular Meeting

September 26, 2023

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“After what seemed like forever, we were thrilled to have County Judge Bob Hebert, The Commissioner and so many others here to celebrate the official reopening of West Airport through Meadows Place” – Mayor Charles Jessup.

This modernization and reconstruction project was part of the Fort Bend Mobility Bond project designed to reduce congestion, increase traffic flow and to ensure that mobility is a positive factor for jobs creation and home ownership in both Meadows Place and Fort Bend County.  ribbon cutting pic with caption

The ceremonies and ribbon cutting took place on Thursday, January, 28th 2016. “The project includes the first large, easy to read backlit street signs in the county and all the new turn lanes make it a snap to just drive through to drop into the many businesses in the city”  said Mayor Jessup as he stood beaming.

Pictured l-r are: Police Chief Gary Stewart; Alderman Rick Staigle, Alderman John Isbell, Mayor Charles Jessup, County Judge Bob Hebert; Commissioner James Patterson; Stephen Leffingwell (TxDOT), Bobby Cayton Jr (TxDOT), Edwin Rydell (HDR Engineering) and Terry Maher (HDR Engineering).

Rick Staigle, Meadows Place Alderman and Assistant County Engineer pointed out “Meadows Place requested, and received TIP funds which saved the city and the county money on this project, which is very important.  The project cost a little over four million dollars with the State paying a little over three million dollars.  Fort Bend County and the City funded the rest of the project”.  Staigle also pointed out that Meadows Place is about to begin the second part of this project, which is the modernization and beautification of South Kirkwood through Meadows Place.  The Kirkwood reconstruction, also a part of the Fort Bend Mobility Bond Project, was the recipient of an H-GAC study which recommended a design that will enhance traffic safety, flow traffic more quickly and smoothly through the city and will eliminate the stop signs on South Kirkwood.  Construction to start late 2016 or early 2017 and will take about a year.