About Us

The Meadow Springs Second Nine Homeowners Association is an organization dedicated to supporting the Meadow Springs Second Nine neighborhood in Richland, Washington. The properties in the Association 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. Meadow Springs Country Club is by membership only and the golf course is completely private to members and their guests.

Residences in Meadow Springs Second Nine Association are located on:

  • High Meadows Street

  • Inverness Court

  • Belle Meade Court

  • Hillview Drive

  • Blue Hill Court

  • Dawn Hill Court

  • Oak Hill Court

  • Broadmoor Street (#100 - #419)

  • Gleneagles Court

  • Larkhaven Court

  • Greenbrook Boulevard (#2234 - #2409)

  • Pinetree Lane

  • Pinetree Court

  • Lakeview Court

  • Greenbriar West

  • Greenbriar East

The Meadow Springs Second Nine Homeowners Association seeks to help maintain the quality of life and the value of the homes in our neighborhood, to help our community thrive, to work for general security and safety, and to promote and protect the scenic environment with which the neighborhood is blessed. The Association strives to keep members informed on issues that impact our community via this website.

The Meadow Springs Second Nine Homeowners Association, Inc. is made up of an Executive Board who is elected Meadow Springs Second Nine residents. We are a volunteer organization with no paid staff. Every Meadow Springs Second Nine property owner is automatically a Member of the Association and membership is mandatory. Members are responsible for dues that may be assessed by the Association. Membership in the Association ceases when the property in Meadow Springs Second Nine is sold.

Every member is subject to the requirements of the governing documents. The Meadow Springs Second Nine Homeowners Association works to ensure compliance with its governing documents, which are:

  • Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (including Architectural Control Standards)

  • Bylaws

These documents are available on our Covenants and Bylaws pages. We urge you to read and understand these documents. They give specifics concerning the Association, how it functions, the responsibilities of the Association, and Owner’s rights and obligations.

Because we are a voluntary organization, we count on the support of every member to preserve and protect the amenities of this beautiful and unique residential area. If you are new to the community, we welcome you. We hope that you, too, will participate in our efforts to enhance this special neighborhood we proudly call home. You may contact members of the Association at SecondNine@gmail.com.