Meadowcreek Village Civic Club

The Meadowcreek Village Civic Club was formed in 1952 after the first homes were built in the neighborhood. Residents saw a need to work together to bring about improvements that were not provided by either the developer or government.

Through the years, the Civic Club has been responsible for many services and improvements to the community including deed restriction enforcement, enhanced neighborhood security, public landscaping, graffiti removal, neighborhood clean-ups, park equipment and improvements, additional street lights, children's programs, books for the Park Place library, mosquito control, equipment for the Houston Police Eastside Division, and much more. Membership in the Civic Club helps support these programs and allows Meadowcreek Village to remain one of the safest, cleanest, and most pleasant neighborhoods in Houston.

The Meadowcreek Village Civic Club meets on the second Thursday of even numbered months at 6:30 p.m. Meetings are usually held at the Community Center in Meadowcreek Village Park, although this may change from time to time. Check the Community Calendar for updated information. Membership is open to any Meadowcreek Village resident.


You can contact the Civic Club by mail at

Meadowcreek Village Civic Club
P. O. Box 87606
Houston, Texas 77287



 Meadowcreek Village Civic Club is a non-profit, 501(c)(4) civic organization.