|~ Neighborhood News ~
March, 2014, Yard of the Month.
Wow! What a winter it has been! Spring is just around the corner. Thank you to everyone for keeping Meadows West a beautiful neighborhood in Fort Worth. Congratulations to Ed
Shannon Lange, 6724 Blue Meadow Drive, for your display of tulips and hyacinth blooms. Jennifer Savage, YOM.
Dog owners, PLEASE help keep our neighborhood and park a clean and pleasant place to visit by remembering to pick up after your pet when walking them. This will be appreciated by all that enjoy the outdoors.
Removal of trees and bushes along power lines on Bellaire Dr. S.
Oncor has had to remove a great deal of hazardous trees and shrubs due to fires and aggressively growing plants, which serve as safety concerns, along Bellaire Dr. S. Contact information for Oncor: Suzan Greene
SHARE CRIME AND SAFETY INFORMATION WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS
Did you know that the Meadows West Homeowners Association website has a message board where you can share information about various topics? A item of interest to every resident of Meadows West is crime and safety in our neighborhood. MWHA members can subscribe to this category on the message board and receive an email each time new information is posted.
• Select Message Board from the list on the left side of the Home Page.
• On the Message Board page select My Subscriptions at the top of the page.
• Select the categories you wish to receive an automatic email each time a new post is added.
• Select Submit.
You will automatically receive an email each time a new topic is posted.
If you need to report a crime or suspicious activity:
• Call the Fort Worth Police (911 or the non-emergency number 817-335-4222).
• Post information on the MWHA message board so your neighbors will be aware of the incident.NEIGHBORHOOD BREAK-INS.
On December 4th a possible break-in occurred in Bellaire Park North. The back door was open but there was no sign of forced entry and nothing was missing. On December 5th another break-in occurred in Bellaire Park North. Police responded to a burglar alarm and found that the front door had been kicked in. Again nothing was taken. Also on December 5th in Meadows West someone attempted to kick in the front door. The door was damaged but not enough to permit entry. All three incidents occurred during the day.
If you see suspicious activity, please call police dispatch and have a patrol unit sent to check on it. Then notify our Neighborhood Police Officer, J. E. Gray, by phone at 817-992-0188 (leave a message if no answer) or e-mail email@example.com.
Vacation Patrol if you would like your home patrolled by Meadows West Citizens on Patrol please leave your contact info and details under Contact us then COP Captain. An email will be sent to Gayle Giliberto our COP Captain.
If you are a Resident of Meadows West please Register
with us to receive emails from us on Neighborhood News, Crime News and Neighborhood Events. When registering you have the option to share your information with HOA members or keep it confidential.
Please consider updating your profile so if a neighbor finds your dog or you have a broken sprinkler he/she will be able to let you know. It can also be used to find neighbors in the neighborhood that share similar interests/hobbies. Some interests listed include antiquing, bike riding, bridge, fly fishing, gardening, golf, hunting, jogging, needlework, reading, sewing, shooting sports, travel, volunteering and walking.
Not a member? It is never too late to join. Mail or drop off your dues of $35 to 6712 Meadow Haven Dr.