Tree-lined streets are an asset in any neighborhood. They provide shade, clean the air, and help absorb excess rainwater. They also provide a safety barrier between pedestrians on the sidewalk and traffic on the street.
Neighborhood identity is shaped by the character, maintenance, and standards of the community. In Meadowcreek Village, these standards are set by deed restrictions, local laws, and good old-fashioned common sense. Learn more about how to maintain your home and enhance the quality of life we enjoy here, including information on permits, common violations, and guidance for updating and remodeling your home. If you have a neighbor you feel needs some of this information, feel free to email it or print it out and give it to them. Links for doing so are available on each page.
To maintain the overall appearance and quality of life of Meadowcreek Village, property owners must maintain their property in a way that does not allow it to become a nuisance or a hazard to others:
Modifications to your home should be considered very carefully. If done poorly, they could actually lower the home’s value, and the value of surrounding properties.
To allow individual privacy while maintaining an overall park-like community atmosphere, back yard fences are generally permitted in Meadowcreek Village; front yard fences are not.
All motor vehicles visible to the public in Meadowcreek Village must be in street-legal condition. They must be drivable and have current inspection and license tags. Vehicles that do not meet these requirements must be stored off-site or out of public view.
Except for the lots specifically set aside by the developer for other purposes, property within Meadowcreek Village is for residential use only. Commercial activity is prohibited.
Animals allowed to be kept in Meadowcreek Village are those generally considered to be normal household pets: dogs, cats, birds, etc. Exotic animals are not allowed. Neither are animals classified as livestock or fowl.
Storm drains are designed to handle normal water flow, but occasionally during heavy rain, street flooding may occur. We can limit the number of flooding incidents by keeping the drains clear with regular maintenance and cleaning.