Thank you for visiting the Meadowood Neighborhood Association website! - The Meadowood Neighborhood Association was organized on July 11, 1958, with the purpose to "work for community betterment," and to "promote fellowship." To this end, the Association works for the Meadowood Area by sponsoring activities for residents, civic involvement, and representing the area with the City of Madison and other entities to benefit Meadowood residents. Our organization was originally called the "Meadowood Community Club" in 1957 by residents of the new Meadowood Neighborhood, which was then being built. The group changed its name to the Meadowood Community Association in 1967 and has again updated the name to the Meadowood Neighborhood Association. In 2014 the Meadowood Neighborhood Association voted to incorporate as a 501(c)3 and is now Meadowood Neighborhood Association, Inc.
We invite you to contact us with any questions or comments regarding Meadowood Neighborhood Association or the website.
MEADOWOOD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MEETING Wednesday, March 5, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. Meadowood Neighborhood Center, 5740 Raymond Road
MNA ANNUAL MINI GOLF OUTING Saturday, March 7, 2015 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Vitense Golfland, 5501 Schroeder Road Grab your family and join us at our annual Meadowood NA Golf Outing at Vitense Golfland! Kids 12 and under receive a ticket for a FREE game of mini-golf. FREE Pizza and soda starting at 6:00 p.m. (Adults $8/game - Kids Over 12 and Senior Citizens $6.75/game) Questions? Contact Lisa Veldran at 271-0722.
1000 Friends of Wisconsin’s Great Neighborhoods Needs Your
Help Take their survey today and be part of the sustainability conversation
1000 Friends of Wisconsin has teamed up with Madison Gas and
Electric, Madison Community Foundation and Dane County to produce “Great
Neighborhoods: How To Bring Them Home”, a guide to the connection between
people and space in Dane County neighborhoods. They are surveying neighborhoods about
transportation options, open space, walkability, safety, services and all considerations
that residents may bring to the conversation. They will then assist neighborhood in implementing
the changes they decide to make. The
final goal is to create a webpage and app that make sustainable choices easy
and convenient. Questions or want more
information? Contact Tom Pearce at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608)