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The Alexandra Meadows HOA will be holding the annual meeting the second half of October 2019.   The exact location, time and date will be sent to residents through a direct mail out.   Two of our Board members have moved out of the community, so we need to elect replacements.   You will receive instructions on how to vote your nominees.

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National Night Out will be held at our pool/amenity center on October 1, 2019 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.   There will be food and festivities for all ages.

We will be having Barbecue, a DJ, a petting zoo with pony rides and a bounce house.

The pool will be open for those who want to swim.

We are trying to get a ambulance, fire truck, police car and the mounted patrol.

Anyone wanting to advertise your business let me know so I can plan on having you there.   You can send me a email at johngc90@yahoo.com

I am looking for someone who wants to do face painting.

We would love to have any scout groups. Let me know if your scout group would be interested in being there.

If anyone needs a table for your event let me know so I can make sure I have enough tables.

If anyone has any questions please contact John Charles at johngc90@yahoo.com

Please plan on attending.

John Charles

Alexandra Meadows H.O.A. -

I am getting in touch to inform area businesses and stakeholders that construction will begin this week (8/5/19) on Farm to Market 156 (Blue Mound Road) from McLeroy Boulevard/Watauga Road to US 287.   The $48.6 million project will reconstruct the existing two-lane roadway to a four-lane roadway with raised curb medians and left-turn bays, upgrade drainage with curb and gutters, and add sidewalks and shared use lanes.   The 3.8-mile project will relieve congestion and enhance safety and mobility for motorists in this developing corridor.   During construction, lane closures will be scheduled during off-peak hours to minimize impact to motorists.   The project was awarded to Webber, LLC., and it is estimated for completion in 2023.

I will be serving as Mobility Coordinator for this project and want to make sure that those impacted by the project have someone to communicate with if they have any questions or concerns.   Please reach out to me if you have any questions.   I look forward to working with the Alexandra Meadows H.O.A. during this important project to enhance mobility and safety on a significant regional thoroughfare.


Scott A. Cooner, P.E.
Mobility Coordinator

FM 156-Blue Mound Rd.
110 N. Davis Drive, Suite 101
Arlington, TX 76013
Office 817.462.0525
Cell 817.846.1537
E-mail: FM156mobility@gmail.com


OneAddress aims to improve customer experience through technology enhancements

Curious about the location of your nearest community center?   Want to check out recent crime incidents in your neighborhood?   Or learn about a new building going up down the street?
All of these tasks are easier thanks to the City of Fort Worth's OneAddress service, which can be accessed at OneAddress.FortWorthTexas.gov.
Fort Worth launched an open data program in 2016 to help make government data freely and publicly available for anyone to use.   OneAddress includes several datasets:

Plans call for incorporating data and apps on a regular schedule with a continuous flow of data that can be accessed by everyone, without charge, online.

Certified Crime Prevention Specialist Rosalinda Mendoza, Fort Worth Police Department Agency

General Information / Smoking in city parks no longer an option beginning August 15th, 2018.

Posted Aug. 15, 2018
Earlier this year, the City Council voted to expand the city's smoking ban to include city parks.  The expanded ban is in effect as of Aug. 15.  Smoking will still be allowed in outdoor areas of municipal golf courses and the Will Rogers Memorial Center.  The Park & Recreation Department director will be allowed to create rules to permit smoking in designated areas of parks specifically for special events.
Late last year, the city prohibited smoking in bars and bingo parlors and retail smoke shops within 300 feet of schools, universities and hospitals


Here is an update on the fence construction.

The fence replacement has started - August 1, 2018. 

The plans for 2019 are to build the new fence as far as Miranda Drive. 

The old, worn out fence on either side of Mark IV Parkway will be replaced with a new rock/brick fence.   The rock work will be designed to match the 'Gateway' rock that exists at major intersections in the development.   The starting point will be at the Western Center end of Mark IV.   They will work on a small section at a time that can be completed in a week or two time frame.   Homeowners will be notified ahead of time when their section of old fence will be torn down.   The new fence will be installed directly on the ground to prevent animals from getting in or out.  The new fence will be taller and more substantial than the one along Western Center.
When the Mark IV Parkway project is finished, work will begin on replacing the brick/rock fence along Western Center Blvd.
I will try to post photos on the Photos page as work progresses.

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