We received the following message from Pam Cooper who is the Community Coordinator for Chesterfield County:
Please tell all the residents that I am using MECA as a role model for other neighborhoods to follow. I am sharing MECA’s reputation of being the good neighbor and the residents’ dedication in keeping the community clean, green and safe. Chesterfield County appreciates their hard work especially during this difficult time.
I am sending good thoughts, smiles and well wishes to each resident.
Pam has also announced a program for seniors:
NEW CHESTERFIELD COUNTY 2020 SUMMER PROGRAM FOR SENIOR AND DISABLED CITIZENS. CHURCHES, BUSINESSES AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS HAVE
PARTNERED TO PROVIDE YARD MAINTENANCE SERVICES AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE. PAM COOPER IS WAITING FOR SENIORS TO CONTACT HER TO ENROLL INTO THE PROGRAM. PAY WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS PROGRAM TO RELIEVE YOU OF YARD MAINTENANCE, ESPECIALLY THROUGH THE HOT SUMMER MONTHS.
CONTACT PAM COOPER, CHESTERFIELD COUNTY’S DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY ENHANCEMENT AT COOPERP@CHESTERFIELD.GOV OR
804-216-0202 TO ENROLL IN THE PROGRAM.
The following link will display a new government initiative for reopening businesses.
The following message has been sent to us from Career Officer D. Oxendine who is our community police officer.
Recently it has been brought to my attention that individuals were in the area soliciting their services for sealing/paving driveways at a reduced rate by utilizing left over materials. The customer was not satisfied, and actions by the company created suspicious activity. With this being said, if any business offers you quick deals or on spot services at a reduced cost take the time to research the company prior to accepting the offer. Research the company making sure you view history and customer satisfaction reviews/ratings prior to accepting their services. Request a business card with the company’s name and phone number. Do not issue a personal check written out to an individual that is a representative of the company. The check should be written out to the company that is providing the service.
Overall, the goal of this email is to inform and keep the community safe! I hope that you will continue to stay aware of your surroundings and report suspicious activity. Have a safe and prosperous week.
Please note that the burning of leaves is NOT ALLOWED in this part of Chesterfield County. The shaded areas on the following map show the area of the county where leaf burning is prohibited!
Two projects of interest to the neighborhood. The first is the Falling Creek Reservoir Restoration.
The second is the proposed sidewalk from Bonniebank Road to S Melody Road. At the bottom are three PDFs. The third is a comment form. MECA supports this project and it would be helpful if people filled out the form and sent it in.
Recently Tyla Matteson interviewed Ms. Aurelia Ortiz, the principal of Falling Creek Middle School. The following photos show the proud banner indicating that the school is now fully accredited! And Ms. Ortiz, her daughter and several young men who were being honored for their scholastic achievements. Below the photos is a link to the interview.
A Recent Article in the Chesterfield Observer Features Meadowbrook Estates.
Also, the following link will bring you to photos of the 2018 fall cleanup😃!
See the Latest CCPD Crime Prevention Newsletter
Meadowbrook Estates Civic Association (MECA) is an organization of the residents of the Meadowbrook Estates and Lake Hills communities. For more information, please click on the “ABOUT” link above.
The new email address for the website is:
Please note the new page added for Supervisor Jim Holland’s Letter!