Top notch schools and the area’s only private country club make the Meadow Springs Second Nine Homeowners Association neighborhood a very desirable place to live.
Our 230 home neighborhood has an active homeowners association, many long-term residents and, a myriad of age ranges. Homes are located along or near the second nine holes of Meadow Springs Country Club golf course. Meadow Springs Country Club, was designed by Robert Muir Graves, ASGCA, and is rated among the top golf courses in the Northwest.
Our neighborhood is in the boundaries for Orchard Elementary, Carmichael Middle School, and Richland High School.
In short, Meadow Springs is a great place to live and raise a family!
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Sometimes we get busy and forget that the condition of our property reflects pride in our neighborhood. Your home can enhance quality of life for your neighbors, yourself, and our community.
Take a few minutes to view your property from the street, check the items below that apply to your home and if necessary, plan some time to clean up around your home. Let your neighborhood pride show!
• Are garbage and debris picked up and placed out of sight
• Are weeds noticeable?
• Do dead plants, bushes, or trees need to be removed?
• Are trees or bushes overgrown and in need of being trimmed?
• Do broken items (furniture, vehicles, etc.) need to be removed from your property?
• Are your lawn and sidewalk free of leaves, animal droppings, and hazards?
• Are sidewalks clear of overgrown shrubs or other plants?
This site was created to provide information related to the Meadow Springs Second Nine Homeowners Association Board and the Architectural Control Committee. All members of the Board and Architectural Committee are volunteers supporting the Meadow Springs Second Nine Homeowners Association as outlined in the Covenants. Covenants should have been provided to each homeowner at closing. The content of this site is informational only and does not replace any official documents on file with Benton County, Washington.