The Meadow Pointe Community Development District (“District”) is an independent local unit of special-purpose government created pursuant to and existing under the provisions of Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, as an alternative method of planning, acquiring, operating and maintaining community-wide improvements in planned communities.
A Community Development District (CDD) provides the "solution" to Florida’s need to provide valuable community infrastructure generated by growth, ultimately without overburdening other governments and their taxpaying residents.
CDDs represent a major advancement in Florida’s effort to manage its growth effectively and efficiently. This allows a community to establish higher construction standards, meanwhile providing a long-term solution to the operation and maintenance of the community’s facilities.
NEWS & HAPPENINGS
MP1 CDD Street Paving Project
In the coming days Meadow Pointe 1 property owners will begin receiving ballots from Pasco County for repaving our interior roads. All of the roads within the district besides County Line Road and Aronwood Blvd are county owned and maintained. The county does not schedule regular repaving of the interior roads and instead relies on PVAS to assess and pay for paving when property owners determine they want it to be done. Information about the PVAS system can be found here:
The decision to repave is not made by the CDD. Each residential property owner has a vote to determine if repaving is performed. At the close of the voting period if the majority of respondents vote in favor of repaving, the matter is brought to the Pasco County Commission for final approval and addition to the county paving schedule. The CDD has been broken into 8 areas as follows:
- The Arbors at Meadow Pointe
- Summerbrook and Pinedale at Meadow Pointe
- The Broadlands at Meadow Pointe
- The Hammocks and Grasslands at Meadow Pointe
- The Meadowlands at Meadow Pointe
- The Savannahs at Meadow Pointe
- The Springs and Parkland at Meadow Pointe
- The Woodlands at Meadow Pointe
Each area is independent. One can decide in favor, another can decide against. Maps of the areas are linked below.
If you have specific questions not answered via the county website linked above, please reach out to Pasco County Public Works at 727-834-3601, Option 3.
- THE WOODLANDS AT MEADOW POINTE - PVAS #3507
- THE SPRINGS AND PARKLAND AT MEADOW POINTE - PVAS #3504
- THE SAVANAHS AT MEADOW POINTE - PVAS #3501
- THE MEADOWLANDS AT MEADOW POINTE - PVAS #3505
- THE HAMMOCKS AND THE GRASSLANDS AT MEADOW POINTE - PVAS #3506
- THE BROADLANDS AT MEADOW POINTE - PVAS #3502
- SUMMERBROOKE AND PINEDALE AT MEADOW POINTE - PVAS #3508
- THE ARBORS AT MEADOW POINTE - PVAS #3503
Please be aware the website is being updated. So please check back often.
BUSINESS HOURS: Office is open for all business from Monday-Friday 8AM- 4PM, Saturday-Sunday: 9:00-5:00.
GYM HOURS: Monday - Sunday: 8:00AM - 8:00PM No reservations are needed.
MP1 Residents Only: Pool and Gym are fully open. We ask that you please use your key fob for gym, pool, and basketball access (you will continue to access the gym thru the rear door). We ask that you wipe down all equipment after use. Residents may use the restrooms on the side of Bldg A.
Pool Grills (Gas) Will be available for residents and a cleaning checklist must be picked up prior to using the grills (please obtain form from the office).
Pool Hours/Facility: Open.
Monday -Sunday: 10:00AM – 8:00PM
During Summer Months if weather is inclement pool and slide will close and all residents must leave pool deck and pool area.
Splash Pad Open.
SLIDE (SUMMER OPERATIONAL HOURS: 10:00AM - Opens on the hour for 15-30 minutes depending on the weather. If weather is inclement pool and slide will close.
When School Starts (August 10, 2022). Slide will open Fri-Sat-Sun (same hours of operation).
is currently closed during winter months (Jan-Feb). Please check back on our website for when the slide will be operational again.
*No Life Guards on Duty. Parents are responsible for their children at all times. * Use of Pools, Splash Pad, and Slide is at your own risk.
The standard MP1 community center rules apply to all our amenities and facilities.
RACQUETBALL COURT: Open (by reservation only).
MULTI PURPOSE COURTS, TENNIS & PICKLE BALL COURTS: Open.
BASKETBALL COURT: Open 9:00AM-8:00PM.
PLAYGROUNDS: Open. Open.
SHUFFLEBOARD COURTS: Open.
BARBECUE GRILLS: Open.
ACTIVITY ROOMS & CABANA: Please contact the office for Room Rentals Reservations. Or click on Documents Tab on the top of the page, then go to Community Documents. There you will see the various Room Rentals and forms.
The Fob application form can be found by clicking the link below and should be filled out prior to coming to the office. Also bring a check or exact cash playable to MP CDD for the total amount for the number of requested fobs. Fobs are $25 each. CHECK OR CASH EXACT AMOUNT - NO CHANGE WILL BE MADE.
Please know the MP1 Email has changed. To contact our office via email please use: MP1@meadowpointecdd.com
Weekly Curbside Recycling Pickup begins October 5, 2022 for MP1 Residents.
The MP1 Custom Reserve Study can be accessed by the below link or under the Community Documents Tab Public Facilities Report. A full copy of the report can be viewed at the MP1 Clubhouse Office.
MP1 CDD Reminder - Deed Restriction Declaration
Just a friendly reminder that the 3rd Party Deed Violation Company have begun their inspections. Starting in July Mail Box & Posts will need to comply with Declaration #18 of the MP1 Deed Restrictions which states: A standard mailbox approved by the Developer shall be installed and maintained on each lot within the Community, including the Property. In the event a mailbox is damaged or destroyed, it shall be repaired or replaced, so as to conform to such standard mailbox. Other Declarations that will be enforced are the following: Please ensure that trash cans are placed inside garage or around a fence so it is not in view (Declaration #10). Summer months are here so please be mindful that grass and weeds grow much quicker in the summer. Please ensure you mow, edge, weed, trim trees and bushes or a regular basis (Declaration #14). No stripped/junked vehicles, trailers, and or no boat, or recreational vehicles (camper/s) are allowed (Declaration #14, #17, #18, #19). Thank you for your cooperation.
If you need to find your deed declarations they can be found on our website under the Deed Restriction Tab. If you require additional assistance you can call our office at 813-973-1671. Also, if you request a copy of your deed restrictions you can do so via email at: email@example.com. If you would like a copy of you deed restrictions you can receive a full printed copy for $5.00.
Meetings held at:
The Meadow Pointe Clubhouse A, 28245 County Line Road, Wesley Chapel, Florida 33543.
Meeting agendas, minutes, and other documents can be found using the link above.
Mail Box Post Maintenance:
The Meadow Pointe BOS has approved the use of PVC Mail Box Post as an option to residents.There is a sample of the PVC Post at the clubhouse (if anyone would like to see it please visit the Clubhouse). We also have the name and contact information of the vendor that installs them. Maintaining your mailbox and post is a part of the deed restrictions of Meadow Pointe. This is a reminder to all residents to clean and maintain your mailbox. If you are in need of mail box post repair or post paint please EMAIL the Meadow Pointe Community Council at MP1CC@yahoo.com. If you are looking to repaint your mail box post yourself below are the Approved Paint Colors: Mail Post: Behr/Pecan Sandie 700C-3 or Glidden Beige GLC111, Mail Post Trim: Behr/Harbor-4300. Also, the MP1 Board has approved the use of a PVC Mail Post. Below is the contact information for both.
MP1 Trash Pick-Up & Recycling:
** Residents please be mindful of your waste that is set out for pick-up. There is a limit of 6 total items/each item or bundle can not exceed 50lbs (cans and or bundles but only 6 total). Waste Connections for trash pick-up is every Tuesday and Friday. Recycling is the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month through the end of September. Beginning October, Recycling pickup will be every Wednesday. If your street is blocked by cars parking on the side of your street prohibiting the waste collections truck to get through your trash may not be picked up. If you have issues with your trash pick-up residents can contact Waste Connections at 727-847-9100. * * Also please note that if vehicles are blocking your street (street parking) this may result in the waste collection truck unable to reach a resident's home for trash collection. Please refer to the Pasco County Recycling site for recycling rules or click below on RECYCLE INFO. (https://www.pascocountyfl.net/181/Recycling).
Reporting Street Light Out
A resident can report a street light out by calling 888-223-0800 or by visiting Tampa Electric Report Street Light Out at: https://www.tampaelectric.com and go to :Your Service / Report A Concern / Street Light Out
You will need to provide TECO with the Pole number.
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