MEADOR PARK NEIGHBORHOOD
Everyone needs a little help sometimes. So, we’re taking the opportunity to help residents right inside of our own neighborhood.…
The Springfield-Greene County Park Board’s six outdoor pools open for the 2019 season Saturday, May 25. Fassnight, Grant Beach, Meador,…
Everyone needs a little help sometimes. So, we’re taking the opportunity to help residents right inside of our own neighborhood. If you would be interested in volunteering please let us know and we will send you the sign-up information. All tasks will be performed outside and include things like painting, landscaping, cleaning gutters, etc.
Residents and/or property owners in the Meador neighborhood are invited to participate in the spring neighborhood cleanup. The City and the neighborhood association encourages residents to take advantage of this free and convenient opportunity to dispose of trash, brush, metal and leaves.
Residents are encouraged to address overgrown fence rows, backyards and alleys adjacent to your property by mowing, cutting down, trimming and disposing of all brush and related debris.
Each year, neighborhood clean-ups serve approximately 900 households and remove over 175 tons of bulk waste (furniture, mattresses, etc.) and brush from Springfield neighborhoods. The cleanups take place outside, rain or shine.
For more information, please contact Bobbi Ream at 417-883-3438.
Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. at Cowden Elementary School. The June and July meetings will be held at The Dancing Mule, 1945 S. Glenstone.
Download the Know Your Neighborhood demographic snapshot (pdf) for Meador Park.