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Our Community District Development, (CDD, or “District”) is what ensures our community continues to keep its appearance of excellence today and tomorrow. The CDD is an independent, multi-function, special taxing district created by the Pasco County Board of County Commissioners. The District oversees, and is responsible for Meadow Pointe’s…

  • Recreation facilities/programs
  • Common area landscape maintenance/irrigation
  • Storm water retention pond maintenance
  • Walls, fences, sidewalks and village entrance maintenance
  • Streetlights
  • Residential property trash collection
  • Deed restriction enforcement
  • Architectural review for residential properties

The CDD is directed by a board of 5 supervisors who are elected by Meadow Pointe registered voters during a general election. The CDD Board meetings are normally held on the first and third Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Meadow Pointe 1 Community Center. All are welcome and encouraged to attend these public meetings. Find out more about the board meetings here.

Before making any changes to your property, consult your Declaration of Restrictions. All residential properties in Meadow Pointe (I) CDD are subject to Chapter 2004-417, Florida Statutes which requires property owners to obtain Architectural Review (AR) for any new building or when making alterations or additions to the exterior of an existing building. This includes painting/repainting and roofing.

All paint colors must be selected from the approved color palette and roofing materials from the approved list, available at the Meadow Pointe 1 Community Center office. Do not assume the current color of your house is acceptable. 

Property owners should review the AR Application and list of standards, available online, or at the MP Office well in advance. Completed applications must be delivered to the MP Office. The Board cannot consider incomplete applications. Complete applications include all required documents and information necessary to evaluate the application against the standards established by the CDD Board of Supervisors.

Once the application is complete, it will be acted upon in accordance with the published schedule, based upon the date of receipt of all required documents and information.

Waste Connections (727-847-9100) allows six (6) cans, bundles, or items for pick up on garbage day. Tree or shrub waste should be cut into 4-foot lengths and bundled with twine. Put garbage out the night before collection, and avoid attracting animals by using covered garbage cans.

Bulk Services are scheduled services done on either Wednesday or Friday. This is a prepaid service and Waste Connections can take debit or credit over the phone or a check or money order can be left day of service. Prices vary depending on the items. The number to call for this service is: (727) 849-3333.

Note: Residents may take large household items to the East Pasco Transfer Station. It is located at 9636 Handcart Road in Dade City. They can be reached at (352) 521-0500. CALL BEFORE GOING!! Hours of operation are 7am – 4:15pm Monday-Saturday. Hazardous waste items are accepted every Wednesday and there is no charge for this service.

Parking on streets without a parking permit is prohibited by Pasco County. We ask residents not to block the sidewalk portion of their driveway with a vehicle, so everyone can walk safely on the sidewalks. Residents may park across the apron portion of their driveways (the area between the sidewalk and the road).

Note: Meadow Pointe CDD residents may obtain a parking permit at the Clubhouse for a fee of $30. The permit request must be made 3-5 business days before needed. The entire fee goes to Pasco County.

All residents are reminded to maintain their mailbox and post. Use soap, water and a little bleach to clean the post and mailbox. Replace any missing house numbers.

The two approved paint colors for mailbox posts can be purchased at the CDD Office. Bring proof of Meadow Pointe I residency and $15 cash. Residents may also purchase the paint from Home Depot. The brand is Glidden and they will mix it according to what they have on file for Meadow Pointe 1.

Mailboxes (white only), and replacement house numbers may be purchased at home centers.

For a replacement Post:

Complete mail post – Painted and installed. For more information, call Dennis Costa at 907-1237 or mp1cc@yahoo.com.

Note: The Meadow Pointe Community Council volunteers will clean and paint your mailbox post for a donation. For information, contact your village rep or email mp1cc@yahoo.com.

Newspapers 
Paper and cardboard will be collected curbside in Pasco County!

Plastic
Curb It Pasco. Regular recycling is the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month. Items for recycling are aluminum cans, metal food cans, and plastic containers (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, and #7). You cannot use plastic bags. Use any container that you designate with a "Curb It Pasco" sticker on it facing the street.

Glass
Glass is no longer accepted in the curbside recycling program in Pasco County.

Read more about the recycling policy here.

You can pick up the stickers in the CDD office.

Before removing trees from your property, please call Pasco Code Enforcement, Landscape Unit at 727-847-8142.

Click here for current regulations on Pasco Reclaimed water.

Reclaimed water hours
Info: 996-7341 or 800-368-2411 (ext. 8131, 8145, 8041)
Watering times: 12:01 am to 8:00 am or 6:00 pm to 11:59 pm

Addresses ending in: 
0-1: Tuesday/Friday
2-3: Thursday/Sunday
4-5: Monday/Friday
6-7: Tuesday/ Saturday
8-9: Wednesday/Sunday
no address: Friday

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