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, Meadowood Neighborhood Association, Inc.
We invite you to contact us with any questions or comments regarding Meadowood Neighborhood Association or the website.
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MEADOWOOD NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION MEETING Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. Meadowood Neighborhood Center, 5734 Raymond Road
Meadowood Neighborhood Association Membership Drive Has Started!
Download your Membership Form Here (PDF) Download the September-October Meadoword Newsletter Here (PDF)
Membership is only $5 per household per year. The mission of the MNA is to work for community betterment and promote fellowship. Your membership dues help fund the various activities we sponsor and/or support in furtherance of our mission.
MNA members receive a free copy of the Neighborhood Directory and the Meadoword, our neighborhood newsletter published five times per year. You may choose to receive the newsletter in hard copy or electronically.
MNA members get free admission to Association events, including annual bingo night and the annual 4th of July picnic and bike parade. The picnic serves as the annual membership meeting at which voting-aged members elect the MNA board of directors for the next year. MNA members eligible to vote are also eligible to run for election to the Board of Directors, serve as block captains and committee chairs.