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Our community website was developed by Meadows West Homeowners Association to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community.  Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
~ Neighborhood News ~

October 12. 2019

The City of Benbrook is scheduled to let the contract for construction of the Clearfork Emergency Access Bridge at the October 17, 2019 meeting.  It is scheduled to be on the council agenda for that meeting.  At our recent MWHOA meeting 09/12/2019, our Councilman Brian Byrd indicated that the City of Benbrook plans to begin construction in January 2020 and to have the bridge completed in the fall of 2020.

September 6, 2019

Updates From Our NPO
The last couple of weeks we have seen a rise in vehicle burglaries.
Burglaries in the Oakmont Park parking lots, Cameron Creek Apartments, Quail Ridge II Neighborhood, and Veranda's at City View apartments have been reported in the last two weeks.
The common trend in these burglaries is that property is being left out in the open inside the vehicle. The windows are either smashed to gain entry or the vehicles were simply left unlocked, but in almost all of these thefts, the property was in plain view.
I have notified the midnight patrol Officers about the problem and I have stepped up patrol in and around Oakmont Park during the daytime hours. I was also happy to see that yesterday, 09/04/2019, our mounted officers were patrolling Oakmont Park on horseback for several hours.
Please pass on and remind people to keep the doors locked, leave valuables out of plain view, and to report any suspicious activity to the Police Department, especially suspicious people during the midnight hours.
Thanks for all the work you do to help us out with these types of problems.
April 24, 2019


Our Councilman, Brian Byrd, reached out to Oncor management for some help with the frequent outages in our area. Oncor responded as a professional courtesy as the City of Fort Worth has no regulatory authority over Oncor. Oncor's Fort Worth Area Manager, Don Perfect, explained the causes of recent outages (wildlife in equipment, equipment failure, weather) and made a commitment to survey the distribution system in our area and take appropriate corrective actions. He agreed to provide an update in ~2 weeks.

March 21, 2019

You may have seen survey markers on properties along Meadows West Drive. Thanks to Donna Coontz for learning why they’re there.

There is a parcel of land east of the Meadows West Neighborhood along the bluff that is owned by the North Texas Toll Authority (NTTA). NTTA is considering offering this parcel for sale.
NTTA is currently evaluating all property they own in the area and that property has been identified as surplus and not needed for future projects.  The NTTA Board will make a decision, likely in June, on whether to officially offer it for sale through an open government bid process (they are a state, not city agency).  A list of the NTTA board members can be found here.
For any questions regarding this sale, contact Pamela Shannon at 214-224-2164, as she is managing the surplus land evaluation or Mark Boulma 214-461-2058 who is her supervisor.
Tarrant Appraisal District records show the parcel is approximately 10 acres and was last appraised at $217,735. It’s landlocked by two properties to the east, a property owned by Oncor with high voltage towers to the north, and probably would not be attractive for development. It’s currently zoned “C” Medium Density Multifamily.
There are 18 Meadows West properties that abut this parcel. These lots are on the east side of Meadows West Drive beginning at 6345 Meadows West Dr., some lots on Bentwood Ct., Havenview Ct., and Briarcrest Ct.
Our City Council representative, Brian Byrd, is aware of the issue and is looking at alternatives. We’ll keep an eye on this and continue to do what we can to protect the neighborhood.

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.

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.

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~ Events ~
Breakfast in the Park
Saturday, April 18th, 9:00AM to 10:30AM at Meadows West Park
Details to be announced later
Saturday, July 4th to Tuesday, July 7th, 9:30AM at Bellaire Park
Parade starts at Bellaire Drive South and Meadows West Drive South)

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